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ARRI ULTRA PRIME

ARRI Ultra Prime Lens 12mm /T2.0 (Feet scale)

Price: £14,800.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: New
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Date Expires: 03/03/2019
Item ID: 206273

ARRI Ultra Prime Lens 12mm /T2.0 (Feet scale)

ARRI ULTRA PRIME

ULTRA PRIME T2.0 / 12 mm
T-stop: T2 to T22
Close focus: 0.31m / 1’
Length: 140mm / 5.5“
Front diameter: 156mm / 6.1“
Weight: 2kg / 4.4lbs
Horizontal angle of view (18 x 24): 90.2°
Horizontal angle of view (16 x 22): 85.2°

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