Wedding Cinematography – Ray Roman swears by the ZEISS Milvus Lenses to create his signature Look

April 1, 2017 Ray Roman

Unapologetically Sharp – ZEISS Milvus

The first thing you will notice when picking up a ZEISS Milvus lens is the sleek design that becomes one with your camera body.  Along with the ultrasmooth focus ring,  you will soon find yourself wondering why all your other lenses do not feel this good. The only thing better than the design of the Milvus lenses is the imagery they produce. These lenses were not designed with today sensors in mind, they are designed for 4K and beyond.

The sharpness of this lens is truly remarkable. In fact, I spent last year traveling throughout the USA and Europe on a wedding cinema workshop tour. During the live shooting segments, I was projecting the imagery on a large projector screen for everyone to see. Almost immediately after seeing the imagery on screen, the reaction was always the same. Attendees were completely blown away and would begin asking what type of lens I was using (because the sharpness was beyond anything they had experienced on their own). You have to see it first hand to believe it.

The color rendition and consistency of these lenses is something you would only find in a set of matched cinema glass many times the weight and price of ZEISS Milvus. If muted colors are what you are after, then these lenses are not for you, refer to other brands.  What you get with Milvus lenses is the famous pop and micro contrast that the venerable ZEISS badge is known to provide.

The combination of precision design, unmatched color consistency, and future-proof optics, make these lenses an investment in quality that will immediately be noticeable to you and to your clients.

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