From American Cinematographer, Anarchy in the U.S.A. by Christopher Probst (November 1999)
"T2.3 was pretty much the stop for the entire movie. Whether we were inside or outside, we always wanted to keep a shallow depth of field to keep the audience focused on what we wanted them to see. I'm very confident about shooting with the Primo lenses wide open, but exposure-wise, shooting at a T2.3 was very comfortable, and I liked what it did to the practicals."
- Jeff Cronenweth, ASC