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The Schneider Xenon FF 25mm T2.1 Lens with E mount is part of the Xenon FF set of lenses. FF stands for full-frame, and every lens in the set covers a full frame image sensor without vignetting and is designed for 4K image capture. This lens is color-matched to a standard at the factory, minimizing color shift when changing lenses. It features a 14-blade iris, providing natural looking Bokeh, with circular out of focus highlights, and 300° of lens barrel rotation. The 25mm shares the same focus and iris gear position, as well as the same 100mm front barrel diameter with the other lenses in the Xenon FF line of lenses.
The lens features a barrel with a large circumference, providing wide spacing for focus marks. Opposing focus scales provide properly oriented focus marks on both sides, so an assistant can pull focus from either side of the lens. Lens gears for focus and iris allow you to use the lens with industry standard lens accessories. The 25mm features a removable lens support bracket, so you can use an available lens support if you wish. The lens is designed to allow a lens technician to swap mounts between available Canon EF, ARRI PL, and Nikon F mounts, so you can avoid using adapters and solidly mount the lens to your camera.
The lenses are designed to cover a full-sized image sensor and provide 4K resolution for image capture.
The lenses are color matched to a standard ensuring consistent color across lenses. This allows you to purchase additional Xenon FF lenses, as you need, without having to search through multiple lenses trying to assemble a matched set.
The lenses share the same physical characteristics across the set, this includes the length, diameter, and focus and iris gear position. This speeds up lens changes in the field, minimizing adjustments to matte boxes and lens accessories.
Lens Barrel Rotation
300° of lens barrel rotation provides for accurate focus adjustments throughout the range.