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16 October 2002 DigiPrimes: a set of lenses for digital cinematography
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In our digital age, digital cinematography is gaining importance. Therefore the camera lens division of Carl Zeiss decided to extend its conventional cine lenses with a set of digital prime lenses, the DigiPrimes. These lenses are designed for High Definition Television (HDTV) cameras with three 2/3-inch format CCD-Chips and a beamsplitter HDTV prism. There are six lenses with an effective focal length from 5mm to 40mm. The lenses have a telecentric design on the image side, because of the color separating prism. We will discuss some aspects of the mechanical and optical design and their influence on each other.
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Dietmar Gaengler, Juergen W. Noffke, Bertram Achtner, Bo A. Moeller, Elke Schmidt, and Uwe Weber "DigiPrimes: a set of lenses for digital cinematography", Proc. SPIE 4767, Current Developments in Lens Design and Optical Engineering III, (16 October 2002); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.451316
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