As sensor sizes continue to grow, it appears Cooke has made an attempt to future-proof their newest line of prime lenses. The new Cooke S7/i T2.0 lenses were designed for 36mm sensors and beyond—certainly capable of handling sensors with larger image circles.

The cost of the S7/i lenses is over $20,000 a piece. Also, the vintage Cooke Panchros, now with Cooke-i metadata protocol, are currently available.

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