Fujifilm have just launched a couple of brand new cinema lenses part of their new MK Series. The new lenses include an MK 18-55mm T2.9 and a 50-135mm T2.9 specifically designed for E-mount cameras such as the Sony FS7 II, FS7, and PXW-FS5 just to name a few. The new cinema lenses feature advanced optical performance, ultra-compact and lightweight design, as well as superb cost performance.
At the start of the CP+ photo exhibition in Japan earlier this morning, SIGMA announced four new lenses including the world’s first f/1.8, ultra-wide 14mm prime, The new Sigma 14mm f1.8 covers full-frame sensors and is designed for high resolution cameras making it ideal for architecture, astrophotography, documentary and landscapes.
Sony just announced 2 new full-frame lenses. One of them being the highly anticipated 100mm f/2.8 G Master STF OSS lens, which of course features optical image stabilisation, superb bokeh, and world-class sharpness. The other lens that Sony announced is a more budget oriented 85mm f1.8, which many portrait and wedding photographers would appreciate.
SIGMA recently announced the pricing for their High Speed Cine Zoom lenses, the 18-35mm T2 and the 50-100mm T2, which will start shipping in December in North America for $3,999 each. UK and EU pricing as well as availability has not yet been announced. The company is also yet to announce pricing on their Cine Prime lenses that were announced at IBC 2016.