Cooke 32mm PANCHRO Lens
Rebirth of an Iconic Lens:
Panchro by Cooke.
A brand new range of affordable primes, smaller and lighterweight than S4s. Designed and built by Cooke.
Available individually in focal lengths: 18, 25, 32, 50, 75, 100, 135mm and as a set of 6 lenses: 18-100mm
Panchro by Cooke
Panchro optics offer superb optical and mechanical performance, control
of flare, distortion, veiling glare and spherical aberrations at full aperture.
The cam-type focus mechanism allows for smooth focus adjustments.
Modular construction increases ease of maintenance and serviceability.
The new Panchro by Cooke will cover RED Epic S35 format with an image circle of 33.54mm.
'¢ Lenses available 18, 25, 32, 50, 75, and 100mm
'¢ T 2.8 to T 22 aperture
'¢ Colour matched with all other Cooke lenses
'¢ /i Technology included as standard
'¢ Cooke Quality and S4/i like construction
'¢ Linear iris
'¢ Cam-style focus
All of our Panchro Prime lenses are supplied with /i Technology, and are
designed for all PL mounted professional motion picture film and electronic cameras.
Incorporating /i Technology to capture lens metadata saves post production teams/visual effects artists hours of time in post production by eliminating the need to guess lens parameters and camera information.
/i Technology provides cinematographers and camera operators with vital information on lens setting, focusing distance, aperture and depth-of-field, hyperfocal distance, serial number, owner data, lens type and focal length in both metric and footage measurements. For zoom lenses, the zoom position is displayed. Significantly, all the information is captured downstream for use in postproduction.
A brand new design
In order to build everything we wanted into the new lenses we needed a brand new design, built on our 100 years of experience of what works for filmmakers. These are 100% Cooke products manufactured by us to our traditional high standards in Leicester, England. Panchro by Cooke is not a modified or re-badged externally-sourced product. You choose Cooke, you get Cooke.