Since 1968, Panavision C Series anamorphic primes have been the go-to choice for filmmakers looking for a compact, lightweight anamorphic lens. Characterized by a graduated depth of field, predictable full-field performance at all apertures, a pronounced anamorphic flare, and a flattering bokeh, these lenses impart an organic feel that many cinematographers prefer over the often sterile look of many modern-day optics.
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C Series technology has served as a foundation for later generations of Panavision optics, and in turn has benefited from the retrofitting of significant design enhancements.
C Series lenses can intercut with other Panavision anamorphics such as E Series, Primo Anamorphic, and G Series lenses.
With their compact size and light weight, C Series lenses are well-suited to handheld, Steadicam, and other applications.
- Bad Times at the El Royale,
- The Sun is Also a Star,
- The United States vs. Billie Holiday,
- Licorice Pizza,
- X-Men Dark Phoenix,
- No Time to Die,
- Uncut Gems,
- Creed III,
- Judy & Punch,
- Teen Spirit,
- Godzilla: King of the Monsters,
- White Boy Rick,
- Mission: Impossible Fallout,
- The Trial of the Chicago 7,
- Jungle Cruise,
- Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile,
- Richard Jewell,
- The Cry,