- 24mm full frame coverage
- F1.4 / T1.5 aperture
- Canon EF mount, or Sony E mount or MFT mount with adapter
- full manual control
409 Granville St. - Office 1210
Office: (604) 558-0105
After Hours Cell:
10-5PM Monday - Friday
Sunday - Closed or by appointment only, 24 hours notice suggested.
If you like unique lenses, these are for you! First, these are from Russia, some time between 1985-1995. The native mount is OCT-19 (think Russian PL, but NOT PL), however it IS adaptable to Canon EF mount and the set comes with 2x EF adapters to swap between the lenses. These are not the anamorphic Lomo lenses (otherwise there would be an extra zero in the price tag. They are also not sharp in the clinical Zeiss sense, but organically soft like something from the 70’s. We’ve added gear rings for focus
And of course, these are Super35 lenses, not FF35. Sorry 5D and A7s shooters.
Disclaimer: Most of what we know comes from the markings on the lenses. Which are in Russian. And no one here speaks Russian. Use at your own risk.
The Sigma 18-35 T2 Cine Zoom lens is based on the ART series 18-35. How do you make a good cine zoom? Start with the zoom that won nearly every lens award the year it came out and blew people away by being sharper than most prime lenses in its range. And now the T2 Cine Zoom version of the Sigma 18-35mm gives filmmakers an extremely low cost alternative that’s faster and wider than most cine zooms out there for a fraction of the price. Needless to say, we’re impressed.