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Movietech Expand Hire Stock

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Movietech has strengthened its hire stock with the addition of the new TLS re-housed Canon K35 lenses. The stock includes a UK first with the T1.5 18mm.

Re-housed by TLS, the upgraded lenses cover all models within the K35 range while retaining the features and image capture abilities of the original from Canon. The family comprises 18mm, 24mm and 35mm featuring a dual cam system, plus 55mm and 85mm lenses, all housed in high-grade aluminium alloy and stainless steel casing with stainless steel PL Mount and featuring high calibre focus and iris, engraved dual focus scales and standard 110mm front ring.

Also included is a new cam driven focus system and chassis style lens housing to allow the attachment of electronic drives, matte boxes and other accessories to the front of the lens, without affecting focus movements. The floating element movement and an extended focus scale of the dual cam system also permits rotation of almost 300 degrees.

John Buckley, Managing Director, Movietech, said: "The new TLS variants of the Canon K35 system bring a fresh lease of life to an industry classic. We feel certain that the addition of these units to the growing range of products we have available of hire, will be welcomed by Cinematographers from all areas of our industry."

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