“The Schneider RHOdium NDs preserve that natural color while still capturing the full spectrum evenly. This is of particular importance in post production color grading because it allows the colorist to grade all the shots the same, filtered or unfiltered.”
Dan Zimbaldi, DIT
Finally, a true advance in ND filters, the RHOdium FSNDs are made to exceed the critical color standards of the newest 4K, 6K, and 8K resolution cameras. Manufactured to finer flatness/parallelism specifications than ever before, these filters help resolve even the finest detail. These are the first filters to undergo Tristimulus scanning that utilizes colorimetric algorithms to verify accurate neutrality. Our Proprietary Edge Seal protects against chipping & reduces glare/reflections.
Schneider-Kreuznach Xenon FF-Prime Cine-Tilt lenses, offer the multifold benefits of standard Xenon FF-Primes plus tilt function up to ±4°. By sustaining the field of view during focus and tilt actions, the Cine-Tilt design makes possible previously unimaginable images from the freely moving and tilting focus planes. The color-matched lenses offer minimized breathing and a pleasing bokeh. The new design provides sophisticated mechanics for smooth and accurate tilt action. With the tilt set at 0° they provide identical images as standard FF-Primes.
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Focal Lengths: 25mm, 35mm, 50mm, 75mm and 100mm –T2.1.
“The Split-field diopter lens is particularly effective when you need to bring both foreground and background into sharp focus simultaneously but the primary lens by itself cannot provide sufficient depth-of-field, even with the lens iris closed down fully. It allows for different treatment of foreground and background simultaneously.”
Ira Tiffen, Schneider-Kreuznach VP of MPTV Filters
Due to growing popularity, Schneider adds new +1/8, +1/4 and +3/4 strengths to their existing range of +1/2, +1, +2, and +3, 138mm close-up Full and Split-field diopter lenses. Made of the finest optical glass, they utilize a hard, anti-reflective coating on both front and rear surfaces to measurably reduce flare and light loss so there’s no need for exposure compensation. This also preserves proper color, contrast, and overall image quality.
These drop-in diopter lenses feature rugged black anodized aluminum rings and are protected by a unique mounting technique that ensures structural integrity and consistent performance, even in the harshest production environments over the long term.
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