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Cokin introduce 100mm Z-Pro Series Filter-holder

Cokin introduce 100mm Z-Pro Series Filter-holder - After many years of R&D and following the success of their X-PRO Series System, Cokin are introducing a new Z-PRO Filter Holder (100mm width).

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Cokin introduce 100mm Z-Pro Series Filter-holder
Applications are FILM & DIGITAL, D-SLRs, Video & Broadcast cameras
The new Z-PRO Filter-Holder is designed to fit both FILM and DIGITAL technologies in particular D-SLRs and VIDEO/ BROADCAST cameras, either semi-professional or professional models (among them the new HD format).

Cokin introduce 100mm Z-Pro Series Filter-holder Cokin introduce 100mm Z-Pro Series Filter-holder

Totally Modular
It is modular, it can be easily dismantled and set-up to be able to accept filters of 1.6mm thickness (which most photographers use), and 4.0mm thickness (often used in the Broadcast segment in popular dimensions such as 100x100mm (4x4) and 100x150mm (4x6in)).

Reversible Holder
To prevent the risk of vignetting (dark edges around the picture), the Z-PRO series filter-holder is fully reversible, which means that a filter can fit in the adaptor rings slot and vice-versa. Therefore the filter can be positioned very close to the lens and the edges of the holder are no longer an obstacle in the field of view.
Cokin introduce 100mm Z-Pro Series Filter-holder

Eliminates vignetting over 20mm focal lengths
The Z-PRO filter-holder was tested (in the standard 2mm 3-slot version) and proved no vignetting on focal lengths down to 20mm (based on 35mm format) but of course, this can go further wide in the reversed one/two slots configuration.

Fits lenses up to 96mm filter diameter
The Z-PRO filter-holder will fit a large variety of lenses thanks to a wide range of adaptor rings covering the popular diameters of 49mm up to 96mm. Special rings designed for Hasselblad B60/B70 and Rollei are also available.

Perfect performance with DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY
The entire Z-PRO system is ideal to work with the newest generation of Digital SLR and Video cameras.

Cokin introduce 100mm Z-Pro Series Filter-holder

Reminder on the Z-PRO range
The Z-PRO filter range is made of organic glass with a very high optical transmission. It includes over 90 different filters designed to satisfy the needs of Pro Photographers and Videographers including Correction/Conversion filters, Graduated filters, filters for Black & White, Soft filters, Neutral Density filters, etc.
The Z-PRO range also includes a storage wallet for 5 filters (ref. Z306) and two filter kits with graduated filters selected from the most widely used versions:
Cokin introduce 100mm Z-Pro Series Filter-holder

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Comments


14 Apr 2005 6:21AM
This is good news, now I can use Cokin filters in my Lee holder and hopfully save some money.

Chris

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baxter 10 164 England
17 Apr 2005 11:54AM
Am left wondering why it apparently takes many years of R+D to rip off the Lee design? Most of us could achieve such a result in rather less time.
This strikes me as being a somewhat less than commendable product or news item.
True European ethics, or perhaps an opportunity to keep buying British. Lee do afterall seem to sponsor the EPZ site.
17 Apr 2005 5:14PM
Baxter, I have to agree.
After doing some more investigating I found out that the filters are going to be no less in price (at least in Canada) and quality is not the same. I think I'll be sticking with my Lee setup, and help them support EPZ.
Best web site, best filters"

Chris
keithh e2
11 23.4k 33 Wallis And Futuna
28 Apr 2005 12:08PM
I would suggest a little research as regards quality....and the design is based on the X-Pro holder which has been around for some considerable time.

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