Canon CN7x17 KAS S Cine-Servo 17-120mm T2.95 (PL Mount)
- Weekly $1,200.00
- Weekend $600.00
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Rental Rate Day Charge Schedule
- 1 Day Rental = 1 Day Charge
- 1 to 3 Day Rental = Charge for each day (3 Day Charge)
- 3 to 7 Day Rental = 3 Day Charge
- Weekend (Saturday / Sunday) = 1.5 Day Charge
- Month Rental (28 Days) = 10 Day Charge
Equipment Pick Up and Drop Off Times
Equipment pick up – Equipment will be ready the day before the rental date between 4pm and 6pm (Monday to Friday) or at the time of opening the day of the rental (8am)
Equipment Return – Equipment must be returned between 8am and 10am the day following the rental date (Monday to Friday) or the Monday following a weekend.
If pick up or drop off times are outside of these hours them additional charges may apply.
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Please note that we rent equipment across Canada, but currently only facilitate rentals out of our Vancouver location, so rentals outside of this area may require additional shipping time.
The Cine-Servo 17-120mm T2.95 with PL mount from Canon is designed to combine the functionality and form factor of a broadcast, ENG-style motorized zoom lens with the optical precision of a cinema zoom. The lens is designed for use on cinema cameras with sensors up to Super 35mm (26.2 x 13.8mm) in size and is suitable for 4K acquisition. With a detachable drive mechanism and support for rod attachment, it is designed to be equally at home whether being used by a solo camera operator or a full production team.
With a 17 to 120mm focal length, the lens features 7x zoom and has a maximum aperture of T 2.95 when set to 91mm or wider. Additionally, it features an 11 blade iris to create circular bokeh patterns as well as to reduce refraction. For ENG-style shooters the lens drive features servo motors powering zoom, focus, and iris. The lens can be connected to the camera either using a standard 12-pin connector or will communicate directly through the lens mount when attached to compatible cameras. Three 20-pin connectors below the servo housing allow many Canon and third-party zoom, focus, and iris controllers to be connected.
Suitable for Shoulder Mounted Camera Operation
The CN7x17KAS S features the form factor and control layout of typical ENG lenses, and is designed to be friendly for a single camera operator to control while using the camera shoulder mounted. The zoom servo is controlled by rocker with the right hand and focus and iris can be operated manually with the left hand
Support for Standard Broadcast Lens Controllers
The lens is compatible with many 20-pin zoom and focus controllers, allowing the lens to be operated comfortably in a studio tripod or pedestal configuration or remotely, say while mounted on a jib or crane. Compatible controllers include the Canon FPD-400D focus control and the Canon ZSD-300D zoom control
Variable Speed Servo
High speed servo-driven zoom and iris is available for critical situations such as while filming sports or fast action. Meanwhile, slower speed settings are available for more expressive work. With this variability, the zoom duration can be set to last anywhere from 0.5 to 300 seconds
Immediate System Startup
The drive unit features a high-performance encoder so that the lens requires no initialization. This means the system can be used immediately without any delay waiting for it to boot up
Supports Virtual Image Data Output
Via three 20-pin connectors below the servo it is possible to connect an external system to collect 16-bit virtual image data
Standard Broadcast 12-Pin Camera Interface Cable
The lens features the same 12-pin camera interface for power and serial data as found on regular Canon broadcast lenses
Broadcast Lens-Style Focus Ring
In addition to servo zoom, focus, and iris another ENG-derived feature is the knurled focus ring, which is limited to a 180° rotation
Angle of View Shift Suppression
The lens features a three-group inner focus system that is designed to minimize angle of view shift (breathing) that occurs when focusing the lens to ensure stable framing even during rack focus
The flange back may be adjusted in the same manner as on broadcast lenses to simplify the transition between different camera systems with different flange focal distances
The zoom ring features a broadcast lens-style release allowing the lens to quickly set to macro or back again
Fully Closing Iris
The iris may be closed fully for setting camera black balance or other calibration procedures