Schneider-Kreuznach has expanded its range of anamorphic lenses for home cinema. With the new CDA 1.33x MF Première lens, the increasingly popular Cinemascope image format (2.35:1) can now be displayed with reportedly no distortion using any high-end 16:9 home cinema projector.
The Première anamorphic lens enables full HD resolution, even in Cinemascope format, and eliminates letterboxing. The MF Première lens has a multilayer antireflection coating, allegedly allowing colors to remain vibrant and the image to be transported from the projector to your screen without loss or distortion. MF Première stands for state-of-the-art Cinemascope home cinema. Schneider-Kreuznach cinema lenses are known for their efficient light transmission and color rendition.
The CDA 1.33x MF Première anamorphous lens is suitable for all large DLP, LCD, LCOS, and D-ILA projectors with a chip diameter of up to 2.3 inches (5.84 cm). Four high-quality cylindrical glass lenses arranged in two groups ensure a transmission of over 96.5 percent reportedly.
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