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Joe Anderson Helps Resurrect Top Boy with Cooke S7/i Prime Lenses

Par Denise Williams

When the original two mini-series of Top Boy ended on the UK’s Channel 4 in 2013, few people thought the critically-acclaimed drama about two London street gangs would ever come back. Enter the Canadian rapper Drake (Aubrey “Drake” Graham), who discovered the series on YouTube and was so enamoured that he purchased the rights in ...

Cooke Optics opens Chinese location to further boost international support

Par Denise Williams

Cooke Optics has recently opened its long-awaited Chinese office in Shanghai. As with all other international offices, Cooke China will provide full lens servicing and testing. This new office further strengthens Cooke Optics’ dedication to worldwide service and support. Les Zellan, Chairman, Cooke Optics, said, “We’re thrilled to have permanent presence in the Asia and ...

Alpha Eye solves optical image distortion in micro cameras

Par Manor Marketing

New company bearing distinguished Alpha Image name enters market IBC 2019, 13-17 September Stand 6.C28: A new company with a revered name, Alpha Image, will make its first public appearance at IBC2019. The company will launch with a simple solution to a common problem: optical distortion in miniature cameras. Common in sports – in the goalmouth, ...

Two new lenses from Cooke Optics make Worldwide debut at IBC2019

Par Denise Williams

Cooke Optics today announced that two new lenses will be making their worldwide debut at IBC2019, giving cinematographers and directors of photography more ways to achieve “The Cooke Look”® for their projects.   The new S7/i Full Frame Plus T2.0 16mm prime lens is currently the widest focal length lens in the S7/i range of ...

Cooke Optics to Show New Lenses for the First Time in Europe

Par Denise Williams

Hot off its win at Cine Gear Expo at Paramount Studios in Hollywood for Camera Technology-Optics with the Anamorphic/i Full Frame Plus, Cooke Optics  invites all of Europe and the rest of the world to see just what is meant by “The Cooke Look®” as it showcases — for the first time in Europe — ...

Sigma Unveils Sigma fp Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera; Announces High-Performance Lens Series for Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera Systems

Par Zazil Media

July 11, 2019 Sigma Corporation today made the following announcements: Launch of Sigma fp, the world’s smallest and lightest full-frame mirrorless digital camera. Introduction of a newly developed high-performance lens series for full-frame mirrorless cameras. The first of which will include: Sigma 35mm F1.2 DG DN Art Sigma 14-24mm F2.8 DG DN Art Sigma 45mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary ...

S7/i Full Frame Plus lenses give dimensionality to Netflix Film,The Perfection

Par Denise Williams

Cooke Optics’ S7/i Full Frame Plus and Anamorphic/i lenses were utilized on Netflix Film The Perfection. Shot by cinematographer Vanja Černjul, ASC (The Deuce, Crazy Rich Asians), the film was directed by Richard Shepard (The Matador, Dom Hemingway, “Girls”), written by Eric C. Charmelo, Nicole Snyder, and Richard Shepard, and follows the story of a ...

Todd A. Dos Reis, ASC chooses two Cooke lens systems to depict two worlds for David Makes Man

Par Denise Williams

David Makes Man is the first TV series written by Tarell Alvin McCraney, who won an Academy Award for co-writing the 2017 Best Picture winner Moonlight based on his play, “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue.” McCraney, serving as the series executive producer along with Michael B. Jordan (Creed) and Oprah Winfrey, tells a semi-autobiographical ...

Four Reasons You Should Use (and Love) Your Camera’s Stock Lens

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Need an incentive to love your stock lens? Break down some of the benefits of sticking with your camera’s stock zoom lens.

What Is a Fast Lens, and What Goes into Designing One?

Par Todd Blankenship

So the "faster" your lens, the more light it can capture, but what is it that really determines a lens's maximum aperture?

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