Angenieux Optimo Style 30-76mm Wide-Angle Zoom Lens with ASU Servo Unit

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Angenieux Optimo Style 30-76mm Wide-Angle Zoom Lens with ASU Servo Unit
Key Features
  • 30-76mm Wide-Angle Zoom Lens
  • Handgrip-Style ASU Servo Unit
  • Covers Super35 Sensor Size
  • 2.5x Zoom Ratio
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Angenieux's Optimo Style 30-76mm Wide-Angle Zoom Lens with ASU Servo Unit is a fast zoom lens with a PL mount for Super35-sized sensors. The lens includes an ASU servo unit which provides focus, zoom, and iris control.
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Angenieux Optimo Style 30-76mm Overview

Angenieux's Optimo Style 30-76mm Wide-Angle Zoom Lens with ASU Servo Unit is a fast zoom lens with a PL mount for Super35-sized sensors. The lens includes an ASU servo unit which provides focus, zoom, and iris control.

Angenieux 30-76mm Optimo Style Zoom Lens (PL Mount)

Offering 4K+ resolution on sensor sizes up to Super 35, the Angenieux 30-76mm Optimo Style Zoom Lens (PL Mount) features a 2.5x zoom range. This lightweight, compact, mid-range lens is one of several zoom options in the Optimo Style series, Angenieux's line positioned between the classic Optimo Cine lenses and the ENG-oriented EZ series. The Optimo Style lenses build upon the earlier Optimo DP Rouge line, offering interchangeable mounts, color-matching with the Optimo line, and compatibility with both the ASU servo control, and the Optimo 1.4x and 2x extenders.

The focus ring of the 30-76mm Optimo Style features 320° of rotation, providing room for over 20 precise witness marks. An internal focus design means the lens length stays constant as the focus is changed, displaying no signs of breathing during focus pulls. The lens features a 114mm front outside diameter, fitting many standard production matte boxes. The 30-76mm Optimo Style comes standard with an ARRI PL mount, with Panavision and Canon EF lens mounts available separately. This zoom lens incorporates industry standard 0.8-MOD gears for interfacing with the optional Angenieux ASU servo unit, zoom motors, follow focus units, or wireless F/I/Z systems.

  • Fast aperture of T2.8 across entire focal length range
  • Minimal distortion with no breathing as you focus
  • Compact, lightweight design is suited for handheld, gimbal, or stabilizer use
  • Image quality extends across the entire T2.8-T22 aperture range
  • Color reproduction is matched to the classic Optimo series
  • Internal focus and zoom movement
  • 320° of focus rotation with over 20 focus marks calibrated in feet
  • Expanded range with optional Optimo extenders of 42-110mm with 1.4x, and 60-152mm with 2x extender
  • Withstands wide temperature range of -4 to 104°F (-20 to 40°C)
  • Standard PL mount lens; optional Panavision (PV), or Canon EF mounts available separately

Angenieux Servo Unit - ASU

The Angenieux Servo Unit - ASU provides ENG-style focus, iris, and zoom servo-control for your Angenieux lightweight zoom lens. The ASU bolts directly onto the lens, and has a minimum of cables for a fast setup time.

The ASU is compatible with select wired and wireless lens control systems, and generates Cooke /i metadata. Use the ASU with an optional PL lens mount /i Cooke interface to record the metadata to your camera. Depending on your remote control configuration, the ASU's focus, iris, and zoom motors can be turned off independently to avoid unintended adjustments.

Features

  • Can be used to control focus, iris, and zoom
  • Handgrip-style servo control motor attaches directly to Angenieux zooms
  • Offers wired/wireless remote FIZ control with select devices
  • Generates lens metadata in Cooke /i format
  • Integrates with motion control systems, monitors, etc. via /i output port
  • Use with optional lens mount to record metadata to camera
  • Independently shut off focus, iris, and zoom motors depending on your remote setup

Lens Compatibility

Optimo 15-40, 28-76, 45-120
Optimo Style 16-40, 30-76
Optimo Anamorphic 56-152 2S, 30-72 2S
Optimo DP 16-42, 30-80

Lens Controller Compatibility

Angenieux
ARRI
Chrosziel
cmotion
Preston

Angenieux 30-76mm Optimo Style Zoom Lens (PL Mount) Specs

Focal Length30 to 76mm
Lens MountARRI PL
FormatSuper35/APS-C
Maximum T-StopT2.8
Maximum F-Stopf/2.6
Minimum T-StopT22
Horizontal Angle of ViewSuper35: 40.2 to 16.4°
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom : 2' / 0.6 m
Gear MOD & PitchFocus: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
Iris: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
Zoom: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
Front Diameter114 mm
Filter ThreadNone
Focus ScalesImperial
Focus Rotation320°
Iris Rotation85°
Zoom Rotation155°
Zoom Ratio2.5x
Electronic CommunicationNo
Tripod Mounting Thread1/4"-20 Female
Length7.32" / 186 mm
Weight4.19 lb / 1.9 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight9.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.5 x 12.5 x 12.2"

Angenieux Servo Unit - ASU Specs

Weight1.5 lb / 0.7 kg
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Do you need to have lens support?. Thank you.
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Date published: 2018-08-25
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