Sirui has released the new anamorphic 75mm 1.33x lens for APS-C sensors.
Following the release of the 24mm 1.33x anamorphic lens earlier this year, Sirui is back with another lens for its growing APS-C family with a 75mm F1.8 1.33x. The new lens adopts a similar design and aesthetic to the other lenses and is available in a range of mounts. Let’s take a look.
For those looking for a longer perspective, the anamorphic 75mm F1.8 1.33x lens is optically designed with 16 elements in 12 groups, offers a 13-blade aperture and has the familiar oval bokeh and blue light strips that occur in anamorphic recordings.
The lens combines the 24mm F2.8, 35mm F1.8 and 50mm F1.8. Each lens is available in a range of mounts. The 75mm F1.8 1.33x is available in MFT, E, X, EF-M and Z.
In terms of size, it weighs around 1.75 lbs depending on the mount, making it easy to pair with cameras in gimbal setups. With a 1.33x squeeze, your handheld work won’t look as shaky as a 1.8x or 2.0x squeeze, but if you have the option, always put Anamorphic Glass on a tripod or seek advice from an experienced operator . If you stretch it to the max 2.4: 1 widescreen aspect ratio, blurred images become clearer.
As with previous versions of Sirui, the company launched it through Indiegogo, but since it’s already fully supported and shipped, we wanted to bring this to your attention. Ordering before it goes to the general public can save you 25% on retail costs.
The introductory price is $ 699 and will increase to $ 899 later.
You can learn more Here.