Musashi optmag super-35 rental. It is an optical adapter that expands the Super-35 image circle in lenses with PL mount. The Musashi OptMag extends the lenses by 1.7x, so they can cover up to 46.3mm. The Musashi OptMag adapter maintains excellent lenses performance without loss.
Focal Range: + 1.7x
Sensor Coverage: 46.3mm
Optical compatibility: Fujinon HK, ZK and XK.
Sensor compatibility: Sony VENICE, ARRI Alexa LF, Canon C700 and RED DSMC2.
Fujinon presents an optical adapter that expands the Super-35 image circle of lenses with PL mount, covering the sensor of full-frame cameras without crop. The Musashi OptMag TL-OMFF has been specifically developed for Premier PL and Cabrio PL optics.
The Musashi OptMag TL-OMFF extends Premier and Cabrio optics with a 1.7x PL mount, which increases the focal length, allowing them to cover sensors of a larger format, up to 46.3 mm in diagonal image size, and avoid crop points in cameras like Sony VENICE, Arri ALEXA LF and RED WEAPON. Musashi OptMag TL-OMFF an excellent optical performance option without loss of quality.
Optimized for Premier and Cabrio lenses
Fujinon engineers partner with the Musashi Opt design team to detect that the quality of the optics is not affected by the use of the adapter and that the same color, clarity and contrast settings are maintained. and even though the image expands 1.7x the distortion and aberrations remain minimal.
Table of compatible lenses
As the circle of the image expands from Super-35 to Full Frame, there is a reduction of 1.5 stops in the light transmission. The following table shows the comparison of each lens with and without the connected TL-OMFF:
As shown in the table above, the OptMag TL-OMF extends the image circle of all Premier and Cabrio lenses to a diagonal of 46.3 mm without any vignetting. This is compatible with all the most popular Full-Frame cameras than currently used cinematographers.
The Musashi OptMag TL-OMFF weighs 350 g and increases the total length of the lens to which it is attached by only 24.3 mm. This is very important for filmmakers who have limited space, such as shooting from cars or helicopters.