2 x Lens Bundle - CINE 3514MFT & CINE 1716MFT
The CINE 3514MFT Lens is a compact lens designed for compact system cameras for both photography and cinematography. Excellent for portrait and creative photography.
With a wide aperture it shows a sharp “hot spot” in the centre and a beautiful, soft bokeh in the boundary area aided by 12 curved aperture blades and optical design. With different combinations of f-stop and focus, the CINE 3514MFT provides a lovely feel and look to images, perfect for both stills photography and cine use.
The robust metal construction houses an array of glass elements (8 elements in 8 groups, 4 tantalum) to provide a fast aperture of T1.4 (T stops are a measure of the actual amount of available light). Aperture setting and focusing is done manually. Specifically for cinematographers this lens has an integrated follow-focus set-up and a "de-clicked" (silent / smooth) aperture. These are essential when filmaking.
Compact and lightweight, a perfect everyday companion for everyone. Compatible with Micro four thirds(MFT) mount cameras (Fujifilm X mount and Sony E mount also available). This mark II version has improved focusing and a more robust front section. The latter is designed to allow the use of anamorphic lenses with out compromise.
The CINE 1716MFT lens is standard wide angle lens ideal for general photography and cinematography. Extremely fast T1.6 lens offering a 17mm focal length (34mm, 35mm format equivalency) and is designed for the Micro Four Thirds mount, ideal for Olympus, Panasonic and Black Magic system cameras. It offers superior sharpness even in low light situations. The 17mm T1.6 is particularly well-suited for street and architectural photography. Cinematographers will love this lens too!
The solid metal construction houses ten aperture blades giving a beautiful bokeh and a "de-clicked" aperture control (aperture measured in T-stops and this is the actual available light measurement.). The aperture can therefore be set step-lessly and silently, which allows soft transitions in luminance. That way there is less post-processing after shooting. 1/3 stops can be used also.