Lenses -> Schneider 35mm T2.1 Xenon Lens - Nikon Fit Imperial Scale
The Schneider 35mm T2.1 Xenon prime lens is specially designed for digital cinematography on full-frame digital SLRs. The circular 14-blade aperture is specially engineered for a smooth and consistent bokeh. The precision constant volume focusing design ensures that breathing is minimised and with a 300-degree barrel rotation, the manual focus markings ensure accurate focusing. Additionally all lenses are colour-matched for consistency. Engineered for compatibility with industry standard cine-style accessories like follow focus rigs and matteboxes, the Xenon full-frame lenses feature identical external dimensions and positioning of focus and gear rings in each focal length.
|Specification / Feature||Value||Scores *||Rank **|
|Optical Zoom ||1.00||0.00||75|
|Max Aperture ||2.1||83.82||13|
|Max Aperture Wide ||2.1||83.82||13|
|Max Aperture Tele ||2.1||62.77||13|
|Focal Length Wide ||35||63.87||36|
|Focal Length Tele ||35||36.13||66|
|Min Aperture ||22|
|Min Focus Distance ||0.35m||95.14||26|
|Aperture Blades ||14||41.94||3|
|Sensor Format ||Full Frame|
|1st/3rd Party ||3rd party|
|Lens Type ||Standard Prime|
|Image Stabilisation ||No|
|Video Lens ||Yes|
|Tilt Shift ||No|
|Weather Resistant ||No|
|Filter Thread Size (mm) ||95mm|
|Size (DxL) ||0mm|
|Lens Mount ||Nikon F (FX)|
|UK Price ||£3069.00 at Wex Photo Video (affiliate link)||10.33||408|
* - Scores are calculated by comparing numerical specifications with other cameras. The highest ranking camera for a specification acheives a score of 100. The lowest ranking camera is scored as 0 and all the other cameras are scored in between 0 and 100 according to their merit.
** - Rank is calculated by ordering the scores for all cameras in descending order. The best scoring camera for a particular feature / specification will have a rank of 1.
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