Schneider Xenon 35mm FF Prime XN lenses

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The Schneider Xenon FF Prime XN lenses are high quality cinema lenses that are optimized for 4k recording on full-frame sensor cameras.With Full-Frame coverage, perfect for both Canon EF-mount DSLR and Cine Style cameras, the Xenon FF Prime lenses offer full frame sensor coverage with no vignetting. The high quality optics resolves up to 4K video capture. Do note that these lenses provide a different look than other similar cine lenses. The have a much smoother rendition with noticeable field curvature.

The optics are housed in rugged, cinema lens housings with standard geared focusing and aperture rings for use with follow focus systems. Each of the lenses are uniform is size and performance across the Xenon FF Prime line. They’re all color-matched, have minimal focus breathing, and have evenly spread and calibrated focus scales. The 14-blade iris provides outstanding bokeh, and the M95 filter thread is there for direct attachment of accessories.

The lens features a barrel with a large circumference, providing wide spacing for focus marks. Opposing focus scales provide properly oriented focus marks on both sides, so an assistant can pull focus from either side of the lens. Lens gears for focus and iris allow you to use the lens with industry standard lens accessories. The 35mm features a removable lens support bracket, so you can use an available lens support if you wish. The lens is designed to allow a lens technician to swap mounts between available Canon EF, ARRI PL, and Nikon F, avoiding adapters and solidly mounting the lens to your camera.

The lenses are designed to cover a full-sized image sensor and provide 4K resolution for image capture.

The lenses are color matched to a standard ensuring consistent color across lenses. This allows you to purchase lenses, as you need, without having to search through multiple lenses trying to assemble a matched set. It share the same physical characteristics across the set, this includes the length, diameter, and focus and iris gear position. This speeds up lens changes in the field, minimizing adjustments to matte boxes and lens accessories. The 300° of lens barrel rotation provides for accurate focus adjustments throughout the range.


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