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ISCO
1936 saw the production of taking lenses in GŲttingen; Germany
1946 was the beginning of the production of Cinema Projection Lenses
1953 was the Development of anamorphic attachments
1990 start of the production of Digital Projection Lenses
1995 Co-operation with Texas Instruments (Digital Cinema)
2006 70th anniversary of ISCO
2011 Transformation and change of the firm into ISK Optics GmbH
2014 Merger of ISK Optics GmbH into Jos. Schneider Optische Werke GmbH
ISCO Anamorphic Lens Attachment III
ISCO Anamorphic Lens Attachment III
ISCO lenses are recognised to provide superior quality for optical image conversion without a loss in light or resolution. Because of their quality ISCO lenses are commonly used for professional Cinema applications, as well as Home Cinema.

There are 2 lenses available - ISCO 2 and ISCO 3. The difference between these is that the ISCO 3 is larger, giving it a larger aperture and therefore meaning it suffers less from pincushion (but size significantly increases cost with optics). For superior quality we would always recommend the ISCO 3 lens if the budget allows. This would also provide a longer term investment as optical technology is unlikely to change in the future and the ISCO 3 is more likely to work with future generations of projectors.


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ISCO Anamorphic Lens Attachment II
ISCO Anamorphic Lens Attachment II
ISCO lenses are recognised to provide superior quality for optical image conversion without a loss in light or resolution. Because of their quality ISCO lenses are commonly used for professional Cinema applications, as well as Home Cinema.

There are 2 lenses available - ISCO 2 and ISCO 3. The difference between these is that the ISCO 3 is larger, giving it a larger aperture and therefore meaning it suffers less from pincushion (but size significantly increases cost with optics). For superior quality we would always recommend the ISCO 3 lens if the budget allows. This would also provide a longer term investment as optical technology is unlikely to change in the future and the ISCO 3 is more likely to work with future generations of projectors.


Please call to arrange demonstration


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