SIRUI Mars 1.33x anamorphic lenses have been launched in August this 12 months, and MTF companies have simply launched absolutely transformed kits in both Canon RF, Panasonic L, and Sony FZ-Mounts. Let’s take a better take a look at them!
The SIRUI Mars 1.33x anamorphic lenses are Cinema variations of the well-known 24/35/50/75mm Stills variations that cowl APS-C sensors. Sadly, in the intervening time, SIRUI Mars lenses are solely accessible in Micro 4 Thirds, Nikon Z, Canon EF-M, and Sony E-Mount.
MTF Companies SIRUI Mars kits
Earlier than we dive deeper, here’s a fast reminder of the important SIRUI Mars 1.33x anamorphic lenses options:
- With a 16:9 picture sensor, the SIRUI Mars 1.33x anamorphic lenses gives you a 2.4:1 cinematic widescreen imaginative and prescient
- All lenses function 0.8Mod built-in gears on each the main target and aperture ring
- A protracted focus throw
- There’s a 1/4″-20 mounting level on the backside of every lens for a lens help
- The 35mm, 50mm and 75mm have a most T2 aperture, whereas the 24mm has a most aperture of T2.9
- The entrance filter thread is 67mm
To make these SIRUI Mars lenses extra versatile, English retailer/producer MTF Companies has simply launched transformed variations in three flavors: Canon RF, Panasonic L, and Sony FZ-mount. Which means that you’ll now be capable to use these lenses with a Canon EOS C70 (Alongside different new well-liked EOS mirrorless cameras), RED Komodo, Panasonic S1/S5/S1H, or Sony F3/F5/F55 cinema digital camera.
Nonetheless, these modified kits should not new for MTF Companies, as the corporate did the similar factor final 12 months for the unique SIRUI 1.33x anamorphic model.
Sadly, should you already bought SIRUI Mars lenses by yourself, you received’t be capable to ship your lenses to MTF Companies for conversion. As a substitute, you’ll have to purchase your lens set straight from MTF Companies.
Worth and availability
The MTF Companies SIRUI Mars kits can be found now for round €4470/$5170, which is €940/$1090 extra in comparison with the common MFT/Nikon-Z/Canon EF-M/Sony E-Mount variations.
For extra info, please go to the MTF Companies’ web site.
What do you consider these transformed lens kits? Did you already purchase common SIRUI anamorphic lenses? Have you ever shot with SIRUI 1.33x anamorphic lenses but? Don’t hesitate to tell us within the feedback down under!