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DZOFilm VESPID 125mm T2.1 Lens (PL & EF Mounts)

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DZOFilm VESPID 125mm T2.1 Lens (PL & EF Mounts)
Key Features
  • Covers Full-Frame Sensors
  • T2.1 to T22 Aperture Range
  • 80mm Front Diameter
  • 16-Blade Iris
Relatively small and lightweight, the DZOFilm VESPID 125mm T2.1 Lens is part of the VESPID series of lenses from DZOFilm and is well suited for independent and high-end full-frame cinematography. The lens has an 80mm front diameter, allowing it to work with virtually any cine-style matte box. The small size makes this lens an attractive option when working with drones and gimbals, as well as when shooting handheld or run-and-gun. The interchangeable PL mount and included EF mount allow you to use the fully manual lens on a variety of modern and vintage cine cameras, while the full-frame coverage supports sensors that have an image circle up to 46.5mm for use on cameras with sensors up to full-frame without vignetting..
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DZOFilm VESPID 125mm T2.1 Overview

By B&H Photo's

Relatively small and lightweight, the DZOFilm VESPID 125mm T2.1 Lens is part of the VESPID series of lenses from DZOFilm and is well suited for independent and high-end full-frame cinematography. The lens has an 80mm front diameter, allowing it to work with virtually any cine-style matte box. The small size makes this lens an attractive option when working with drones and gimbals, as well as when shooting handheld or run-and-gun. The interchangeable PL mount and included EF mount allow you to use the fully manual lens on a variety of modern and vintage cine cameras, while the full-frame coverage supports sensors that have an image circle up to 46.5mm for use on cameras with sensors up to full-frame without vignetting..

The 16-blade iris, which is consistent throughout the VESPID prime lens lineup, creates round out-of-focus highlights that have a more natural appearance and contribute to the lens's natural-looking bokeh. The focus ring features 270° of rotation for precise focus pulls, and the iris ring has a generous 84° of rotation. Cine-style gear rings on the focus and iris rings make the lens compatible with cine-style lens accessories such as follow focus units, lens motors, and lens control systems.

This 125mm lens has an image circle that covers a full-frame sensor. When mounted on a camera with a Super35 sensor, it provides you with a tighter shot than if mounted on a camera with a full-frame sensor.
The lens features metal construction to withstand the rigors of daily production.
The common 80mm front diameter allows for quick lens changes as you don't have to swap out antireflection donuts or adapters to use the same matte box.
A minimum focusing distance of 31" allows you to get up close to your subject.
UPC: 842463104068

DZOFilm VESPID 125mm T2.1 Specs

Focal Length
125mm
Lens Mount
ARRI PL
Lens Format Coverage
Full Frame
Image Circle
46.5 mm
Maximum Aperture
T2.1
Minimum Aperture
T22
Minimum Focus Distance
From Camera Sensor: 2.59' / 0.79 m
Diaphragm Blades
16
Gear MOD & Pitch
Focus: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
Iris: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
Front Diameter
80 mm
Filter Thread
77 mm
Focus Scales
Imperial
Focus Rotation
270°
Iris Rotation
84°
Electronic Communication
No
Image Stabilization
No
Lens Support
No
Length
3.9" / 100 mm
Weight
32.6 oz / 924 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
2.89 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
8.7 x 5.3 x 5"

DZOFilm VESPID 125mm T2.1 Reviews

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Is it possible to get this with the EF mount ...

Is it possible to get this with the EF mount installed instead of the PL mount? I would rather not take any risks swapping the mount myself.
Asked by: Drew
We do not currently carry a version with the EF mount pre-installed. Swapping mounts is a relatively easy process that shouldn't take you more than five or ten minutes. Feel free to contact us over the phone or Video Chat and we can try to help walk you through any difficulties.
Answered by: Zacky
Date published: 2023-01-04
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