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  1. #1 Canon SUMIRE PL Lenses 
    Caught a quick video on B&H about these new lenses on their site. Can't find anything else on em. Anyone have any info about these?
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    I believe they are the PL version of their CN-E lines primes - to be shown at NAB 2019.
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    Thanks Jack, so probably the same glass just a different mount. The video made it seem like they were different as it mentions they were designed to be used wide open and something about a "sumire look". Seems a bit exaggerated if the only difference is the mount. I guess NAB will tell us for sure.
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    Definitely sounds like they have some different things going on.
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    I think this must be a little slip up... but I do hear we will hear about them pretty soon;-)
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    Yeah I'm hoping there's more to it than just a PL mount.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Cristescu View Post
    Thanks Jack, so probably the same glass just a different mount.
    Slightly more involved than that :)

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    Canon Rumors mentioned them a few weeks ago and said Canon has reduced the contrast and sharpness compared to the original CN-E primes. I don’t know if that means that they are just “re-worked” CN-E’s or these have been designed and built from the ground up as dedicated Cine lenses.
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    nice !

    I would have called them L35s personally.
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    They're more "cinematic" wide open, and have a PL mount. Price point is higher than the current CN-E line up, but not a huge jump.
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