Budget cine lens maker SLR Magic have been on a roll this year announcing new lenses left and right. At NAB 2016 they announced some new sweet anamorphic lenses, and APO Prime lenses for PL cameras, and now at the height of CineGear EXPO in heart of
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SLR Magic have been making waves in the budget cine lens realm for some time now. The company is well known for their excellent wide angle fast primes for like the SLR Magic 12mm T1.6 Hypeprime and even wider 10mm T2.1 Cine Hyperprime for MFT mount cameras as well as their
Zeiss expands their Loxia lens family with the introduction of the super wide Loxia 21mm f/2.8 lens. In true Zeiss fashion, the new Loxia lens offers full-frame coverage, manual focus and aperture ring, which can be de-clicked to make it easier to adjust exposure in video mode.
The Sony A7s took the world of video production by storm more than a year ago in a way reminiscent of the way the 5D Mark II did six years ago. Sony pumped out an astonishing amount of full-frame Alpha7 cameras since then – the A7II, the
The Veydra Mini Primes are quite unique lenses – not only are they cinema lenses with a robust metal housing, matched optics, unified fronts, long focus throw, geared rings and pretty much all you’d expect form cine lenses, but they are also the only ones available in
Korean lens manufacturer Samyang has just announced their latest addition to their Cine lens line-up – the long-awaited Samyang 50mm T1.5 AS UMC lens. The lens completes their cine lens set of the most popular focal lengths (24mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm) and fills the gap between their 35mm