Sigma 14mm T2 and 135mm T2 Cine Primes Pricing Announced

The latest additions to the highly desirable Sigma Cine Prime line-up – the super-wide Sigma 14mm T2 and telephoto Sigma 135mm T2 cine primes will sell for $4,999 a pop and ship later this month. Both lenses cover 35mm full-frame sensors and will be available in popular lens mounts such as Canon EF, Sony E and industry standard PL. The super-wide 14mm T2 and the telephoto 135mm T2 are about $1500 more expensive compared to the other five cine primes in the Sigma FF Cine Prime line-up, which are currently priced at $3,499 each, however despite this, I do think the 14mm T2 especially represents a tremendous value for money given its focal length, full-frame coverage and T2 maximum aperture.

Compact in design, the Sigma Cine Primes and High Speed Zooms offer outstanding optical performance and are ready for higher resolution shooting up to 6K-8K. Both the 14mm T2 and 135mm T2 are available to purchase separately or together as a kit for $10,499 USD, which also gives you a protective case. 
Sigma 14mm T2 FF

Both lenses offer the following benefits and capabilities:

  • Bright, T2 full frame maximum aperture
  • Resolve 6K and 8K resolution
  • Available in Canon EF, Sony E & PL Mounts
  • 180-degree focus rotation

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Sigma 14mm T2 FF Features

  • Covers Full-Frame Sensor Size
  • Canon EF, PL, E Mount
  • T2 to T16 Aperture Range
  • Geared Focus and Iris Control Rings
  • Clickless Iris Ring
  • Suitable for 8K Image Capture
  • Lens Scale Marked in Feet
  • Weighs 3.2 Pounds
  • 95mm Front Diameter
  • 9-Blade Iris

Sigma 135mm T2 FF Highlights

  • Covers Full-Frame Sensor Size
  • EF, PL or Sony E mount
  • T2 to T16 Aperture Range
  • Geared Focus and Iris Control Rings
  • Clickless Iris Ring
  • Suitable for 8K Image Capture
  • Lens Scale Marked in Feet
  • Weighs 3.3 Pounds
  • 95mm Front Diameter
  • 9-Blade Iris

The Sigma Cine Primes carry over the optical design of the Art series lenses, which have been revered in the world of photography due to their outstanding sharpness and colour rendition. The 9-bladed iris produces pleasing out-of-focus bokeh effects, and ghosting and flaring have been minimized.

Each prime lens in the range offers consistent lens gear positions and 180° of focus barrel rotation. The FF High-Speed Primes also feature a step-less iris with linear markings, dampeners on each gear ring for silent operation, industry-standard 0.8 module gear pitch, and engraved markings for durability. Select markings are done in luminous paint for easy visibility in low light.

To relieve stress on your camera’s lens mount, a support foot is built into the dust- and water-resistant metal lens body. If you wish to fit your FF High-Speed Prime lens to a different camera, the Canon EF and Sony E mount versions can be converted from one to the other by an authorized Sigma service center (not available for PL mounts).

Sigma are of course famous for also releasing “proper” cine versions of their super popular 18-35mm f1.8 Art zoom, which is part of their High-Speed Cine Zoom range as the Sigma 18-35mm T2. Sigma also have a 50-100mm T2 cine zoom in the range. You can see the promo short film “Blur”, shot on these two cine zooms, as well as a short “making off” featurette below.

“Blur” Behind the Scenes:

For more pricing details on these two and the rest of the Sigma FF cine primes see the info below:

  • Sigma 14mm T2 FF – $4,999 B&H
  • Sigma 135mm T2 FF – $4,999 B&H
  • Kit of 2 x lenses + Case:
    • Sigma 14mm T1
    • Sigma 135mm T2
    • Price: $10,499 (links soon)

5 lens set kit with hard case:

  • Sigma 20mm T1.5 FF
  • Sigma 24mm T1.5 FF
  • Sigma 35mm T1.5 FF
  • Sigma 50mm T1.5 FF
  • Sigma 85mm T1.5 FF
  • Price: $16,270 at B&H

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