DOP Ludwig Franz has just finished filming four new episodes of ARD prime time series WaPo Bodensee (Director: Raoul Heimrich). WaPo is short for the German water police located at Lake Constance. To shoot the show, Ludwig opted for the new ZEISS Lightweight Zoom LWZ.3. Read on to find out about his impressions.
With the emergence and proliferation of digital cinema cameras with large sensors, the demand for corresponding interchangeable lenses has also seen a sharp increase. Yet not all of them fit and satisfy the requirements of the large sensors that require lenses with the ability to project a larger field of view. With its CP.3 and CZ.2 families of lenses, ZEISS offers a universal solution in this regard.
Indeed, the Toledo Symphony has worked hard to extend their reach into the digital domain. An arts organization is at its best when it’s connected to its community and the Toledo Symphony works hard to stay in touch with its supporters while courting new audiences.
Joseph Rubinstein is a cinematographer in Los Angeles, the founding member of Digital Bolex, and a life long film enthusiast. He had the chance to shoot his latest project MISCREANTS with the new ZEISS CP.3 lenses.
ZEISS unveiled the Lightweight Zoom LWZ.3 21-100mm/T2.9-3.9 T* at IBC 2016. Adi Geisegger created the official launch film The Circle using this lens. Ruodlieb Neubauer from Professional Production (www.professional-production.de) spoke with Geisegger about the film and his experiences. You can find the complete article on the Professional Production issue 1/2017.