EXTENDED + EXPANDED! Due to popular demand, we’re extending Full-Frame February to MARCH 15th with 30% off Zeiss Supreme Primes + Cine Sigma Primes, PLUS we’re adding Zeiss Zooms (28-80mm + 70-200mm) to the discount! All are available at 30% off through March 15th!
The Zeiss Supreme Primes aka “Super Speeds” for the full-frame, digital-cinema age, pack an incredible amount of optical clarity and refined imaging beauty into a lightweight compact lens. With each lens designed to cover a full frame 24x36mm sensor and a 46.3mm image circle, you’ll want to utilize the lenses’ “sweet spot” for astounding images with Super 35mm imagers. Zeiss Supreme Primes are available to rent in 25mm, 29mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm T1.5 Prime with the 100mm Coming Soon! The rate per lens is $200/day LESS 30%!
The Sigma Cine full-frame, high-speed prime lenses are compact + lightweight, delivering crisp, high-resolution images. Each lens in the set is matched, features standard .8 gearing on the focus and iris rings, and all have a common 95mm front diameter. The Sigma Cine Primes are available in 14mm, 20mm, 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, and 135mm ranging from $70-85 each per day LESS 30%!
The Zeiss 28-80mm T2.9 Compact Zoom Lens is a standard zoom lens, great for motion picture production with full-frame coverage and no focus shift over the zoom range. The cine-style housing features calibrated focus scales and industry standard gearing for focus, iris and zoom. Lens is available in either PL or EF Mount. Rent it for $350/day LESS 30%!
The Zeiss 70-200mm T2.9 Compact Zoom is versatile and robust, with cine-style housing, full-frame coverage and interachangeable mounts. Lens is available in either PL or EF Mount. Rent it for $350/day LESS 30%!
Contact Rentals by email or phone at 800-rule-com for more details or to schedule your rental. Click here for our flyer, and feel free to share!
Every day, the engineers and Quality Control technicians here at RBC, check, reset, clean, test, calibrate and otherwise ensure that our equipment is ready for the next shoot.
Engineer, Jeff Dickerson, recently checked in the ARRI 60mm Macro Lens PL mount. Both front and rear elements got a detailed inspection and cleaning for dust, scuffs and scratches that get logged (if found) for future reference. He also tested the iris and focus rings to make sure they were turning smoothly and that the iris blades open and close correctly. The body of the lens was checked for scratches and dents in the metal that could cause issues, and to wrap it up, he checked to be sure that all of the screws on the lens and PL mount are accounted for and as tight as they need to be before putting the lens back in rotation.
With the 60mm macro lens, a rear element scratch is alway a scary thing. The rear element is responsible for focusing the entire image onto the film plane (or sensor in the 21st century), so a scratch to this piece of glass will almost certainly show up in an image if damaged. Fortunately for this one, the scratch is on the perimeter of the glass, outside of the sensor’s view which does not affect image quality and flaring.
Rebates…rebates…rebates! It’s that time of year again when Canon announces tremendous savings in the world of digital cinema cameras. While some things change, others… stay the same. Beginning earlier this month, and now extended to March 31, 2017, you’ll find significant savings when you buy a C300 Mark II, as well as a C100, and C100 Mark II.
We were also pleasantly surprised to see the return of the $300 instant rebate for the Cinema Prime Lenses. What’s really exciting is the wide range of rebates for the Pro Camcorder line, including the XF305, XF300, as well as the XF205, and XF200.
Click here for a summary of Canon deals, and I would definitely encourage you to pick up the phone and chat with anyone on our sales team, myself included. We’re happy to help with the right gear for your next project.
Michael Kalish, Inside Sales, email@example.com