Sigma 105mm T1.5 Full-Frame Cine Lens Shipping

Sigma has announced pricing and availability of their 105mm T1.5 FF lens, joining the High Speed Prime family of full frame lenses. Compatible with full-frame camera sensors, the lens is optimized for ultra-high-resolution 6K / 8K productions.

Sigma Cine FF High Speed Prime Line includes a total of 10 lenses: 14mm T2 FF, 20mm T1.5 FF, 24 mm T1.5 FF, 28mm T1.5 FF, 35 mm T1.5 FF, 40mm T1.5 FF, 50 mm T1.5 FF, 85 mm T1.5 FF, 105mm T1.5 FF and 135mm T2 FF lenses. The Cine FF High Speed Prime line provides outstanding optical performance and brings a level of light to the production that offers greater consistency with regards to the film’s look and color/contrast before it enters post-production.

With a compact design and 180-degree focus rotation, all of these lenses are available to cinematographers in three mounts – EF, E and PL.

These cine lenses feature a 100% new mechanical lens body design, created to specifically cater to the needs of the modern cinematographer. Designed and manufactured in Sigma’s sole facility in Aizu, Japan using vertically integrated production system, these lenses are individually inspected and tested before leaving the factory.

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