SLR Magic Cine 25mm f1.4 Lens (Sony E-Mount)

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SLR Magic Cine 25mm f1.4 Lens (Sony E-Mount)
Key Features
  • Covers Full Frame Sensors
  • Sony E-Mount
  • f/1.4 to 16
  • Geared Focus and Iris Rings
Get wide-angle coverage for your full-frame E-mount camera without sacrificing low-light capability with the SLR Magic Cine 25mm f1.4 Lens. The shallow flange depth of Sony's E-mount system enables compact yet fast lens designs. This lens's bright f/1.4 aperture of this lens is ideal for low-light cinematography and compositions that require shallow depth-of-field. Inside this lens resides a 13-bladed iris which maintains smooth background bokeh, even as the lens is stopped down from its wide-open aperture. Other features found on this lens is a 52mm filter thread that won't rotate with lens focusing, and 0.8 MOD standard gearing on the focus and iris rings for interfacing with follow focuses and lens control motors.
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SLR Magic Cine 25mm f/1.4 Overview

Get wide-angle coverage for your full-frame E-mount camera without sacrificing low-light capability with the SLR Magic Cine 25mm f1.4 Lens. The shallow flange depth of Sony's E-mount system enables compact yet fast lens designs. This lens's bright f/1.4 aperture of this lens is ideal for low-light cinematography and compositions that require shallow depth-of-field. Inside this lens resides a 13-bladed iris which maintains smooth background bokeh, even as the lens is stopped down from its wide-open aperture. Other features found on this lens is a 52mm filter thread that won't rotate with lens focusing, and 0.8 MOD standard gearing on the focus and iris rings for interfacing with follow focuses and lens control motors.

SLR Magic Cine 25mm f/1.4 Specs

Focal Length25mm
ApertureMaximum: f/1.4
Minimum: f/16
Mount TypeSony E-Mount
Minimum Focus Distance10" / 0.25 m
Optical Design11 elements in 9 Groups
Filter Thread52 mm
Format CompatibilityCovers full-frame
Gearing0.8 MOD
DiameterMax: 2.54" / 64.6 mm
Length3" / 78.4 mm
Weight18.34 oz / 520 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.335 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.85 x 4.5 x 4.35"
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Should my focus ring be more accurate? When my focus ring is set to 7' focus is actually at 5'. When I set to 4' focus is 2' 8 . I do tend to measure my manual focus lenses and this is my first I feel I can't trust. I do feel infinity focus seems a bit soft, is it possible I'm not able to get infinity focus if the actual focus distance is shorter then marked? Wondering if I should return... anyone else test the focus ring accuracy?
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