Blog / Resources / Lenses Vintage Lenses are Still Cool Lenses To reflect that VMI’s wide range of vintage and vintage-look lenses, we have redefined the vintage category on our website to now includes 14 different types of sets of Vintage/Vintage-look primes available for hire from VMI. We are including within this category for the first time, modern twists on conventional vintage lenses, such as Sigma Classic Primes, Canon Sumire primes, Zeiss Supreme Radiance primes and Celere primes, as well as 3 sets of uncoated primes (Zeiss Superspeed, Cooke Mini S4 and Zeiss ZF DSLR primes), in addition to the conventional sets of remounted classic vintage lenses. This approach means that DPs have much more choice available to them and importantly, great variety which cover full-frame. Take a look, as there are likely to be several group sets here that you may be unfamiliar at all budget levels. VMI Vintage Lenses Related articles Shooting Large DoF with InfiniProbe lenses Cinematography, Lenses @vmitv New VMI blog post: A considerable effort is given to creating a shallow depth of field (DoF) to create a more cinematographic look, however there are occasions when a large DoF is needed. Here’s how to achieve this. VMI is Infinity’s Prime UK Rental House Lenses VMI has a long-standing relationship with Infinity Photo-Optical who makes the Infiniprobe TS160 probe lenses. Barry Bassett, VMI’s Managing Director, has been recognised as being their ‘Nelsonian Award’ winner back … Read more New generation of Auto Focus lenses now available with E and EF Mounts Lenses Auto Focus is here to stay and whilst this is not a panacea to force all focus-pullers to retrain, the increased adoption of Full Frame (which necessarily makes focussing more critical than S-35 or APSC formats) and the enhanced development of the technology, makes this functionality more useful and as a result, we are noticing an increased interest in it.