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  1. According to Larry Smith's interview on American Cinematographer : Kubrick framed Eyes Wide Shut in the standard 1.85:1 format, primarily using a set of Zeiss Superspeed T1.3 spherical prime lenses, but occasionally opting to employ Arri’s T2.1 variable prime lenses or a zoom. (...) The results of the two-stop force-development are clearly evident in the film’s FIRST major setpiece (...) The scene was lit almost entirely with a huge wall of ordinary Christmas lights (...) " They were very low-wattage (...) The effect is obviously enhanced by the force-developing, which made the lights ap
  2. Amazing Cooke 10.8-60 in PL Mount. Get the Cooke look at a fraction of the price. Originally a Cooke 9-50 for 16mm but modified for Super 16. The modification itself cost over $1500. Covers m4/3 and 2k on Red Dragon. Recently serviced and collomated by Du-All in NYC. Focus and zoom are geared. Laminated stickers provide the lens' modified focus range. This kit comes with a custom case, lens support and 8" 15mm rods. The glass is in amazing shape. There are a few specs of dust which you can refer to the images for but otherwise perfect shape. No haze, scratches or fungus. Looking for $325
  3. Cooke 20-100mm Zoom T3.1 Lens in PL Mount - Good condition w/bracket and motor. Recently colimation and lube at Abelcine in Burbank. Beautiful "Cooke Look" that matches well with Speed Panchro primes. Covers S35 and 4K throughout zoom and focus range. Comes with both caps, hard case. Lens designer Gordon H. Cook designed the 35mm Cooke 20-100mm, T3.1 Varotal zoom lens, released in 1971. It was the first high quality zoom designed for professional motion picture photography that incorporated a totally new design concept that has remained the basis for all Cooke zoom lenses s
  4. Selling my Cooke 9-50mm Zoom Bought it a while back on this site Since I've owned it it's been maintained by Stuart at Focus Optics in LA Selling to fund a set of Super Speeds for my next short EBAY LISTING http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=141200138497 Footage shot with lens https://vimeo.com/46914629 https://vimeo.com/42855181
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