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Cinematography Series #5 is all about the Arri Zeiss Standard Speed Lens set.  These classics have withstood the test of time and still offer DPs today a look that is unlike any other lens out there.

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  1. Adam Frisch

    Great lil’ lenses, Patrick. Been using them for decades. Even back in the days when they were so uncool and just “old” and people looked at you funny when you put them on the camera. Nobody talked about vintage lenses then, it was always about the newest glass. But even when the tables turned and vintage was cool again, they never got their deserved day in the sun!

    They’re great looking, very light and nimble and just straddle that perfect haven between obviously vintage and slightly more modern. Prob my favorite Zeiss glass ever.