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  1. #1 Running list of full frame lenses (complete focal range only) 
    Let’s put together a list of full frame lenses for those in the market for full coverage.

    Arri signature primes
    Leica Thalia
    Arri DNA full frame (rental only from arri)
    Cooke anamorphic i/fullframe
    Cooke S7
    Blackwing7
    Sigma full frame cines (actually won't cover LF sensor)
    Chameleon anamorphics
    Ziess supreme primes
    Clavius
    Tokina Vista and One sets.
    Canon CN-E EF (PL avail at Duclose)
    Leica R (rehoused by TLS are a great choice)
    Zeiss Cp.3's
    Angenieux Optimo's (coming)
    Schneider Xenon
    Canon Sumire Primes
    Canon K-35s
    Celere HS
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    Hiya, add

    Tokina Vista and One sets.
    Canon CN-E EF (PL avail at Duclose)
    Leica R (rehoused by TLS are a great choice)
    Zeiss Cp.2's and Cp.3's (not all cover)
    Angenieux Optimo's (coming)
    Schneider Xenon
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    Monsrto VV, Helium, Scarlet, Helium Monochrome, Arri Mini, Amira and Classic, Sony Venice, Varicam LT
    Master Prime's, Summicron's, Cooke S4i, TLS Panchros, Ultra's, Sigma's, TLS Leica R's, Super Speeds
    Anamorphics- Zeiss Master, Cooke, Kowa Evolution, Atlas Orion A + B sets
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    These are good additions, Thanks keep em coming
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    Btw how would one get a set of those rehoused Leica R’s. I briefly check them out and was only able to find one offs. Any way to get something that approximates a set?
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    Canon Sumire Primes
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    Something I'd like to add to this. Remember that lenses are designed for an optimal image circle. And for those of us filming with the full format of VV on RED it's notably larger than FF35. As such, some lenses are purpose designed for VistaVision.

    The good news is the majority of FF35 glass works fine and dandy with VV.

    However, at maximum format especially on the wide side of things you may encounter a thicker vignette, occlusion from matte box clamp on rings, and other optical related stuff.

    This obviously isn't a concern with larger format glass like Thalias which are made for 65mm essentially.

    For the purest, the first two sets of actual VV glass were the Cooke S7 and Tokina Cinema Vista Primes.

    The difference is a lens designed to push out a 46.31mm image circle (RED VV) and an 43.27mm image circle (FF35).

    I own and use VV and FF35 glass regularly with Monstro, but it's just something to think about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Grosvenor View Post
    Btw how would one get a set of those rehoused Leica R’s. I briefly check them out and was only able to find one offs. Any way to get something that approximates a set?
    I mentioned the Leica R's becasue we have a set, re-housed by TLS and they are beautiful lenses!
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    Possibly the most lowcost pl modified FF lens out there, but still realy like it.

    Helios 58mm
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    If this list is gonna include still lenses then well its gonna be big

    in PL world SLR MAGIC APO Hyperprimes are full-frame but a 4 lens set, 25, 32, 50, 85
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