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Take A Tour of the New Zeiss Cine Showroom in Los Angeles

Take A Tour of the New Zeiss Cine Showroom in Los Angeles

Carl Zeiss has been serving the world of cinema for many, many years. Now, with their new facility in Los Angeles, Zeiss has placed themselves squarely in the middle of the filmmaking community with their new office, offering cinematographers and filmmakers a new home to test lenses with cameras, view their work on an amazing […]

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WATCH: Update on the Zeiss ZX1 Camera & Supreme Prime Lenses at Band Pro’s One World Open House 2018

WATCH: Update on the Zeiss ZX1 Camera & Supreme Prime Lenses at Band Pro’s One World Open House 2018

Perhaps the best part of Band Pro’s One World Open House is getting many of the industry’s best manufacturers under the same roof. Carl Zeiss is always leading the pack in lens technology, with their Supreme Prime lens family taking the industry by storm this past year. We spoke with Zeiss’ Snehal Patel about just […]

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LAPPG 10/10/2018 – Amazing New Zeiss Developments With DP Beth Napoli, Bruce Logan, ASC On Using DaVinci Resolve & More

LAPPG 10/10/2018 – Amazing New Zeiss Developments With DP Beth Napoli, Bruce Logan, ASC On Using DaVinci Resolve & More

Next Wednesday, October 10th, the Los Angeles Post Production Group (LAPPG) will bring Zeiss’ Snehal Patel and DP Beth Napoli to discuss the exciting new developments from Zeiss, as well as Bruce Logan, ASC, who will present his new film “Lost Fare” and discuss his use of DaVinci Resolve for post production.

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Noted ASC’s Sign Off On Zeiss Supreme Prime Lenses

Noted ASC’s Sign Off On Zeiss Supreme Prime Lenses

For years we’ve celebrated Zeiss still lenses being used for video, doing so ourselves even before HDSLR Shooter/INDIE Shooter began. So it was with great anticipation that we spoke with Zeiss’ Snehal Patel at their ASC hosted release event to learn more about the new Supreme Prime cinema lenses that turned the industry on their […]

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Carl Zeiss CP.3 Lenses & the Sony Venice Full Frame Cinema Camera

Carl Zeiss CP.3 Lenses & the Sony Venice Full Frame Cinema Camera

With the impending release of the Sony Venice, we attended Band Pro’s Sony Venice Hands On event where we spoke with Zeiss’ Snehal Patel about how their CP.3 lenses cover the Sony Venice’s full frame sensor and more.

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Zeiss CP.3 Lenses & The Magic Of Metadata

Zeiss CP.3 Lenses & The Magic Of Metadata

Zeiss’ latest set of lenses, the Compact Prime CP.3 and CP.3 XD, have made a big splash since their release. We spoke with Zeiss’ Snehal Patel during our livestream from Band Pro’s One World Open House about how the CP.3s change both production and post-production, their maximization of metadata and more.

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WATCH – NAB 2017: The New Zeiss CP3 Lenses & How They Change The Industry

WATCH – NAB 2017: The New Zeiss CP3 Lenses & How They Change The Industry

One of the hit products of NAB, Zeiss’ new CP3 lenses are versatile, powerful and much more. Already an award winning product, we spoke with Snehal Patel at the Zeiss NAB booth for more on how these lenses will change not just production, but all of filmmaking itself.

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Classic Carl Zeiss Lenses Transformed By Focus Optics At Band Pro Burbank

Classic Carl Zeiss Lenses Transformed By Focus Optics At Band Pro Burbank

We met with Snehal Patel of Zeiss and Jeff Cree of Band Pro at Band Pro’s Burbank store where they talked about the customizability of Zeiss lenses, as well as how Band Pro’s internal lens service department with Focus Optics is giving older lenses new life.

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Cine Gear 2016: Zeiss Lenses & The Importance Of Full Frame Coverage

Cine Gear 2016: Zeiss Lenses & The Importance Of Full Frame Coverage

With ever climbing camera resolutions comes the need for full frame lenses that actually cover their sensors. We spoke with Snehal Patel of Carl Zeiss about their Compact Prime and Compact Zoom full frame lens families, the real benefit of large sensors and the importance of full frame coverage.

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