Cooke 100mm T2.0 S7/i Full Frame Plus Prime Lens (PL Mount)

Cooke 100mm T2.0 S7/i Full Frame Plus Prime Lens (PL Mount)

Cooke 100mm T2.0 S7/i Full Frame Plus Prime Lens (PL Mount)

B&H # COKE7100 MFR # CKE7 100
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Expected availability: 2-4 weeks

Product Highlights

  • Covers Full Frame Format Sensor
  • T2.0 Maximum Aperture
  • Color-Matches All Cooke Lenses
  • Focus Markings on Both Sides of the Lens
  • Cam-Style Focus with 270° Rotation
  • PL Mount with /i Technology Contacts
  • Linear Iris
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  • 1Description

The Cooke 135mm T2.0 S7/i Full Frame Plus Prime Lens is designed to cover full frame cinema camera sensors up to at least the full sensor area of the RED Weapon 8K (46.31mm image circle). It is color-matched to other Cooke lenses to keep that well-known Cooke look, and has focus markings on both sides of the lens. A cam-type focus mechanism with a large lens barrel diameter and 270° of rotation from end-stop to end-stop allows for precision focus markings, especially at close focus.

The lens features a PL mount, which makes it compatible with most commonly used professional motion picture film and electronic cameras, and has an aperture range of T2.0 to T22. The PL mount incorporates i/Technology contacts that feed lens information metadata to a compatible camera, including focus distance, aperture and depth-of-field.

Comes with the Cooke hardened PL mount with /i Technology contact for lens metadata capture
Optics are designed to give maximum performance at full aperture with control of flare, distortion, and spherical aberrations
Well-balanced for astigmatism and correct for lateral and longitudinal aberrations over the entire image area
Electronics are accessible via cable connector near the lens mount and contacts in the mount sync with /i compatible cameras and accessories
Color-balanced, color-matched, and compatible with Cooke S4/i, miniS4/i, Anamorphic/i and PANCHRO/i classic lenses
Designed for all shooting applications, including handheld and Steadicam, providing comfortable balance ratio with compact cameras
Offers an aperture range of T2.0 to T22
Covers 35mm / Super 35mm formats, full frame, and VistaVision
Every index mark is labeled for detailed focus control
Cam-style focus mechanism for smooth focus adjustments
Large, clear numerals on both sides of the focus barrel allow the focus puller to work from either side of the lens
Fixed front diameter of 110mm, with industry standard 0.8 MOD focus and iris gears.
Scratch-resistant PTFE hard anodized finish, providing a durable, hard-wearing surface for extreme environmental conditions
Features a nine-leaf linear module iris assembly
Modular construction increases ease of maintenance and serviceability
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Cooke 100mm T2.0 S7/i Full Frame Plus Prime Lens (PL Mount)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Mount PL
    Focal Length 100mm
    Aperture T2.0 to T22
    Maximum Format Size 1.8" (46.31 mm) diameter
    Minimum Object Distance (M.O.D.) 30" (700 mm)
    Close Focus From Lens Front: 18" (459 mm)
    Scales Iris:
    2 opposing linear T scales (whole and third stops marked)

    Focus:
    2 opposing focus scales (metric and footage)
    Scales marked from infinity to M.O.D.
    Drive Gear Iris:
    134 teeth 0.8 MOD
    4 mm wide x 81 mm from the image plane

    Focus:
    140 teeth 0.8 MOD
    6 mm wide x 103 mm from the image plane
    Rotation Angular Rotation between End Stops:
    Focus Drive Gear: 270°
    Iris Drive Gear: 90°
    Angle of View For Super 35mm Format: 17° (maximum diagonal)
    For 24 x 36mm Format: 24° (maximum diagonal)
    Length From Front of Lens to Lens Mount: 7.44" (189 mm)
    Front Diameter 4.33" (110 mm)
    Weight 7.28 lb (3.3 kg)
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