• Astro Berlin

    Originally introduced in the 1930’s the Astro-Berlin’s were still photography lenses designed with low-light photography in mind. Due to their age and aesthetic they function as art/portrait lenses when compared to today's modern optics. Keslow Camera's Astro-Berlin lenses have been modified with a modern PL Mount for use with digital cinema cameras.

    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    25mm T2 2’ 80mm 1
    32mm T2 3' 80mm 1
    50mm T2.3 2’ 80mm 1.33
    75mm T1.8 7’ 80mm 1.24
    125mm T2.3 7’ 80mm 2.99
  • Canon K-35 Primes

    Canon’s original cinema lenses from the 1970’s, the K-35s were heavily based on the Canon FD still photography lenses. Featuring the same warm tones and smoothness as the FDs with a new iris blade design and aspheric optics with new Super Spectral Coating which produces pleasing bokeh flaring. These lenses were so popular during the 70’s that they won Canon an Academy Award for optical design in 1977. (Note: Only the 24mm - 85mm are compatible for full frame cinematography)

    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    18mm T1.5 1' 110mm 3.2
    24mm T1.6 1' 80mm 1.6
    35mm T1.3 1' 80mm 2
    55mm T1.4 2' 80mm 1.5
    85mm T1.4 3' 80mm 2
  • Canon K-35 Primes (TLS Conversion)

    Canon K-35 Primes (TLS Conversion)

    Based on Canon’s K-35 cinema lenses, the TLS Conversion corrects the mechanical shortcomings of the 50-year-old lenses. This conversion features uniform focus and iris gears as well as modern cinema housings with internal focusing mechanisms. The TLS K-35s are a perfect modern reimagining of a true classic.

    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    18mm T1.5 1' 110mm 3.8
    24mm T1.5 1' 110mm 2.8
    35mm T1.3 1' 110mm 3.7
    55mm T1.3 22" 110mm 2.5
    85mm T1.3 2'9" 110mm 3.3
  • Cooke Speed Panchro Primes (TLS Conversion)

    Cooke Panchros were first introduced in the 1930’s. Known for their warm golden tone, unique bokeh, and smooth focus the Panchros have been a favorite for decades. The TLS conversion has been performed on the Panchros to improve them with new housings for modern cinematography work.

    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    18mm T2.2 8" 110mm 1.8
    25mm T2.2 8" 110mm 1.8
    28mm T2.3 8" 110mm 1.8
    32mm T2.3 9" 110mm 1.8
    40mm T2.3 13" 110mm 1.8
    50mm T2.3 15" 110mm 2.2
    75mm T2.3 2'4" 110mm 2.8
    100mm T2.8 2' 110mm 3.5
  • Cooke Speed Panchro Primes (Van Diemen Conversion)

    Cooke Panchros were first introduced in the 1930’s. Known for their warm golden tone, unique bokeh, and smooth focus, the Panchros have been a favorite for decades. The Van Diemen conversion has been performed on the Panchros to modernize them with new housings.

    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    18mm T2.2 7" 100mm 1.2
    25mm T2.2 11" 100mm 1
    32mm T2.3 8" 100mm 1.8
    40mm T2.3 12" 100mm 2
    50mm T2.3 11" 100mm 2.2
    75mm T2.3 20" 100mm 2.5
    100mm T2.8 30" 100mm 2.6
  • Cooke TelePanchro Primes (TLS Conversion)

    Cooke TelePanchros are a long lens complement to the Cooke Speed Panchros. The TelePanchros are known for their warm tone, unique bokeh, and smooth focus like their prime lens siblings. The TLS conversion has been performed on the TelePanchros to modernize them with new housings.

     

    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    152mm T3.2 4'9" 110mm 5.2
    203mm T4.5 8' 110mm 4.8
  • Kowa Cine Prominar Spherical Primes

    The Kowa Cine Prominars originated in Japan in the 1960’s. The Cine Prominar’s are optically sharp for their age and offer a cool lower contrast image with interesting flares.

    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    20mm T2.6 1' 120mm 1.8
    25mm T2.3 1' 98mm 2.4
    32mm T2.3 1'6" 75mm 1.2
    40mm T2.3 2'6" 75mm 1
    50mm T2.3 2'6" 70mm 1
    75mm T2.3 3' 70mm 1.4
    100mm T2.3 5' 70mm 1.8
  • Kowa Cine Prominar Spherical Primes (TLS Conversion)

    Kowa Cine Prominar Spherical Primes (TLS Conversion) Kowa Cine Prominar Spherical Primes (TLS Conversion) Kowa Cine Prominar Spherical Primes (TLS Conversion) Kowa Cine Prominar Spherical Primes (TLS Conversion) Kowa Cine Prominar Spherical Primes (TLS Conversion) Kowa Cine Prominar Spherical Primes (TLS Conversion) Kowa Cine Prominar Spherical Primes (TLS Conversion)

    The Kowa Cine Prominars originated in Japan in the 1960’s. The Cine Prominar’s are optically sharp for their age and offer a cool lower contrast image with interesting flares. The TLS conversion has been performed on these lenses to modernize them for the needs of cinema production, with more robust internal focusing mechanism and uniform focus and iris gears.

    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    15mm T4.0 7" 125mm 1.8
    20mm T2.6 10" 110mm 3.2
    25mm T2.3 11" 110mm 4.2
    32mm T2.3 10" 110mm 2
    40mm T2.3 13" 110mm 2
    50mm T2.3 19" 110mm 2
    75mm T2.3 2' 4" 110mm 2.6
    100mm T2.6 3' 3" 110mm 3.8
  • Super Baltar Primes

    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    20mm T2.3 18" 114mm 2.2
    25mm T2.3 18" 114mm 3
    35mm T2.3 18" 80mm 1.4
    50mm T2.3 18" 80mm 1.2
    75mm T2.3 22" 80mm 1.3
    100mm T2.3 4' 80mm 2.1
  • Super Baltar Primes (TLS Conversion)

    Super Baltar Primes (TLS Conversion) Super Baltar Primes (TLS Conversion) Super Baltar Primes (TLS Conversion) Super Baltar Primes (TLS Conversion) Super Baltar Primes (TLS Conversion) Super Baltar Primes (TLS Conversion) Super Baltar Primes (TLS Conversion)
    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    20mm T2.3 12" 110mm 3.2
    25mm T2.3 12" 110mm 4.2
    35mm T2.3 14" 110mm 2.6
    50mm T2.3 15" 110mm 2.6
    75mm T2.3 20" 110mm 3.2
    100mm T2.3 3' 3" 110mm 4
  • ZEISS Standard Speeds

    ZEISS Standard Speeds arrived between 1964 and 1975. They were designed for use with Arriflex film cameras and offer a smooth pleasing image with cool color rendition and medium contrast. Many iterations have been released through the years, with the most recent models featuring standard 0.8 gearing on the focus and iris rings.

    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    10mm T2.1 14" 156mm 4
    12mm T2.1 10" 135mm 3.3
    14mm T2.0 9" 114mm 3.3
    16mm T2.1 10" (CF Modified) 80mm 3.9
    20mm T2.1 8" 80mm 3.3
    24mm T2.1 14" (CF Modified) 80mm 2.1
    28mm T2.1 11" 80mm 2.1
    32mm T2.1 2' (CF Modified) 80mm 2.6
    40mm T2.1 16" 80mm 2.1
    50mm T2.1 1'6" 80mm 3.3
    60mm Macro T2.9 11" 80mm 3.3
    85mm T2.1 3' 80mm 4.4
    100mm T2.1 3'4" 80mm 4
    135mm T2.1 5' 80mm 3.3
    180mm T3.0 5' 80mm 4
  • ZEISS Super Speeds - Uncoated

    The uncoated version of the ZEISS Super Speed offers the same unique look of the Super Speed, but with reduced coatings for more intense flaring and a lower contrast look.

    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    18mm T1.3 10" 80mm 2.8
    25mm T1.3 10" 80mm 2
    35mm T1.3 1'2" 80mm 1.8
    50mm T1.3 2'6" 80mm 1.8
    65mm T1.3 2'6" 80mm 2.2
    85mm T1.3 3' 80mm 2.2
  • ZEISS Super Speeds T1.3

    ZEISS Super Speeds released following the success of their Standard Speed lenses. The Super Speeds have become industry staples over the years and saw a resurgence in the early 2000’s due to their reasonable price and fast T-stop of T1.3. Known for their high contrast cool image rendition the Super Speeds render a mildly muted image on today's modern digital cameras.

    Focal Length Aperture Close Focus Front Diameter Weight (lbs)
    18mm T1.3 10" 80mm 2.8
    25mm T1.3 10" 80mm 2
    35mm T1.3 1' 2" 80mm 1.8
    50mm T1.3 2' 6" 80mm 1.8
    65mm T1.3 2' 6" 80mm 2.2
    80mm T1.3 3' 80mm 2.2