New Sigma Full-Frame Cine Lens Ready To Ship

Sigma Corporation of America said its newest cine wide-angle prime lens, the Sigma Cine 28mm T1.5 FF, is a fast and sharp T1.5 cine lens compatible with full-frame camera sensors and optimized for ultra-high-resolution 6K-8K productions. Featuring a 180-degree focus rotation, this lens is available in EF, E and PL mounts with lens support foot and cap included.

In conjunction with the new lens introduction, the company is now offering an optional Mount Conversion Service that allows users to convert their lenses to and from EF and E-mounts, when required. Sigma also offers a five-piece case to hold the 14mm, 28mm, 40mm, 105mm and 135mm cine lenses for safe transport. The new case carries a list price of $750.00.

TheSigmaCine 28mm T1.5 FF wide-angle lens will be available in mid March 2019 for $3,499.00 for the regular version and $4,499.00 for the fully luminous (FL) version.

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