New Sumire Prime Lenses Make Their Hollywood Premiere At Cine Gear Expo

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Hands-on Demonstrations of Canon’s Latest Digital Imaging Products Including the EOS C700 FF, EOS C200 and EOS R
MELVILLE, NY, May 30, 2019 – At the 2019 Cine Gear Expo in Los Angeles, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, will showcase its latest cinema offerings in Booth #12. Visitors to the Canon booth will have the opportunity to experience the recently announced Sumire Prime Lenses, Canon’s first PL-Mount cinema prime lenses. Additional cinema solutions in the booth will include the EOS C700 FF and EOS C200 cinema cameras, CINE-SERVO lenses and 4K Reference Displays. Also on display in the booth will be Canon’s groundbreaking EOS R series of full-frame mirrorless cameras and complementary RF series of lenses.
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Josh Leavitt

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$7.5k per lens is still a little pricey for most independent cinematographers, but it's a hell of a lot more affordable than the Leitz Summilux-C glass. It's somewhat amusing to see how the battle of cine glass used to be getting the sharpest image possible, but now it's starting to swing in favor of making less sharp images due to the rise of 4k+ super35 & full-frame sensors.

I'd like to see if Canon are able to develop a fast zoom lens from the Sumire line for a super35 image circle. Sigma did a decent job with the 18-35mm & 50-100mm T2 lenses; it would be nice to have that kind of focal length versatility with the Sumire look.