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The Canon Cine-Servo 25-250mm T2.95 EF is a durable lens designed for use with EF-mount cameras featuring large-format, Super 35-sized sensors with 4K optical performance. Key features include:
Broadcast standard interface
T2.95 to T3.95 aperture; 25-250mm zoom
EF mount; 4K optical performance
Canon electronic communication
Broadcast Standard Interface. The Canon Cine-Servo 25-250mm T2.95 EF features the same 12-pin camera interface for power and serial data as found on regular Canon broadcast lenses. It also has three 20-pin connectors below its servo so that you can connect a system to collect 16-bit virtual image data.
Motorized Zoom. This lens features an ENG-style hand grip with a zoom rocker. Power is provided by a 12-pin Hirose connector (we provide a D-Tap adapter). This servo-drive unit is compatible with industry-standard lens controllers for full zoom, focus, and iris control. Its 16-bit metadata output means you can integrate it into studio systems, and you can remove the servo drive entirely if you’re shooting in a cinema style.
Cinema Construction. Designed with professional production needs in top priority, this lens has dual film-industry pitch gears (0.8 & 0.5) for focus, zoom, and iris control, and an 11-blade stepless aperture. There’s also a knurled focus ring that’s limited to 180° rotation.
Super 35 Sensor Coverage. The Canon 25-250mm T2.95 is designed specifically for image sensors measuring 26.2 × 13.8mm and smaller. That makes it perfect for Super 35mm/APS-C crop-sensor cameras with 4K optical performance, offering a focal length roughly equivalent to 25-250mm. You can extend the focal length to 375mm with 10x zoom at 1.5x magnification.
We may request a certificate of insurance or a deposit to rent this item.
This lens requires a D-Tap power source.
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