SLR Magic Cine 35mm T1.4 Mark II Lens with Micro Four Thirds Mount

SLR Magic Cine 35mm T1.4 Mark II Lens with Micro Four Thirds Mount

SLR Magic Cine 35mm T1.4 Mark II Lens with Micro Four Thirds Mount

B&H # SL3514LMFT MFR # SLR-3514MFT (II)
SLR Magic Cine 35mm T1.4 Mark II Lens with Micro Four Thirds Mount

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  • Aperture Range: T1.4 to T16
  • Geared Focus and Aperture Rings
  • Clickless Iris Ring
  • Canon Focus Rotation Direction
  • Lens Front Doesn't Rotate During Focus
  • Supports SLR Magic Anamorphot Adapter
  • Supports SLR Magic Achromatic Diopters
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  • 1Description

The SLR Magic Cine 35mm T1.4 Mark II Lens with Micro Four Thirds Mount supports cine-style shooting on a camera with a Micro Four Thirds Mount. It features a fast T1.4 to T16 aperture range with a clickless iris that allows smooth pulls, and geared focus and aperture rings.

The lens follows the industry standard focus rotation, so when working with an optional follow focus unit there is no need to make an adjustment to how you work or add a reversing gear. The lens front does not rotate as you focus the lens; this allows you to use optional accessories such as clip-on matte boxes, or the SLR Magic Anamotphot adapter. The mark II features stronger mechanical components than the mark I version of the lens, allowing you to use the optional SLR Magic Anamporphot adapter or achromatic diopters without requiring an optional lens support.

Coverage
The lens has a 35mm equivalent focal length of:
80mm on a Blackmagic Cinema Camera
100mm on a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
70mm on a standard Micro Four Thirds Sensor
The clickless iris allows you to smoothly adjust your exposure during the shot.
Built-in iris and focus gears follow industry standards, allowing you to work with optional follow focus units and lens gear motors.
Focus rotation of the lens follows the cinema standard, allowing you to swap between this and other optional lenses without having to change your workflow.
In the Box
SLR Magic Cine 35mm T1.4 Mark II Lens with Micro Four Thirds Mount
  • Front Lens Cap
  • Rear Lens Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Focal Length 35mm
    Lens Mount Micro Four Thirds
    Format Super35/APS-C
    Image Circle Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Maximum T-Stop T1.4
    Minimum T-Stop T16
    Minimum Focus Distance from Image Plane 11.8" / 30 cm
    Optical Design Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Iris Blades Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Gear MOD & Pitch Focus: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
    Iris: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
    Front Diameter Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Filter Thread 52 mm
    Focus Scales Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Electronic Communication Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Tripod Mounting Thread Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Dimensions (W x H) Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Length 2.8" / 70.3 mm
    Weight 13.1 oz / 370 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.4 x 5.3 x 5.1"
    Cine 35mm T1.4 Mark II Lens with Micro Four Thirds Mount is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty nice lens, but I returned it. I had this lens for a few weeks and used it on a couple of gigs. It’s a nice lens. Good images. I returned it because I decided I didn’t want to invest too much on M43 glass. I went with a sigma 18-35 and an adapter because it feels like a better investment. I did keep the 25mm SLR magic. If I wanted to invest in mft glass I would get the more expensive 35mm hyperprime. I like the super wide apertures. The only real annoying thing is that the aperture on this lens is the front ring, while on the 25 it’s the back ring. I would always grab the wrong ring when using this lens. Might not be a big deal for others.
    Date published: 2018-01-16
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Happy Medium I love all my slr magic lenses. To me, these lenses just make the most sense for a micro 4/3 shooter on a budget. They are sharper wide open than voigtlanders and vintage lenses. They don't quite have as much character as my vintage Minoltas and Nikons, but the trade off of having a usable focus throw, sharp focus even wide open and almost no focus breathing make them worth the trade off. And putting things in perspective, they have so much more of a filmic look and character than the Panasonic lenses, especially the overrated 2.8 zooms. I recently rented the zooms for a job touring the inside of a plant to have the flexibility of the focal lengths and autofocus. But the footage looked so clinical and videoish that I ended up using using my slr magics. On short films, the 35mm is nice to use as your close-up lens, complimenting the 25mm slr magic as a normal lens for medium shots. I do understand some people's gripes about quality control, though. My 35mm came with metal flakes and oil on them, even on the lens, which had to be carefully cleaned off. And the stiff focus rings do grind a little bit. Not enough to make me pay more for voigtlanders or Rokinon cine lenses, which are actually more expensive than slr magic now to get a decent set.
    Date published: 2015-11-02
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