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SLR Magic MicroPrime Cine 75mm T1.5 (E-Mount)

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SLR Magic MicroPrime Cine 75mm T1.5 (E-Mount)
Key Features
  • Covers Full-Frame Sensors
  • Sony E-Mount
  • Suitable for 4K Image Capture
  • Consistent Lens Gear Placement
Choosing a smaller size over bulk and weight, the SLR Magic MicroPrime Cine 75mm Lens covers full-frame sensors and features a Sony E-mount. Suitable for 4K origination, each lens in the MicroPrime Cine series features similar size and weight with consistent lens gear positions for rapid lens changes and easier re-balancing when changing lenses on a gimbal.
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How's the Chromatic Aberration on these lenses? I ...

How's the Chromatic Aberration on these lenses? I plan on using them documentary style with no lighting. So I will be shooting in scenes with a high dynamic range.
Asked by: Tyler
This is designed to be an affordable option for a cinema lens. You should expect to see some chromatic aberration when using it.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-11-07

Sorry, where's T11 at in this photo? Is the ...

Sorry, where's T11 at in this photo? Is the manufacturer just omitting a measurement on this one?
Asked by: Ryan
This lens does not have a marking for T11 on the body.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-07-23

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Hi, Just want to know if its the same glass used in the SLR Magic Cine 75mm f/1.4 FE Lens for Sony E-Mount? Whats the difference between the two apart from the obvious?
Asked by: robin
The new MicroPrime Cine lenses from SLR Magic build upon the original Full Frame E-Mount lenses SLR Magic Offers. The difference is the MicroPrimes are uniform in size with things like their gear placement and front diameter, so a kit of lenses can easily be switched on to a rig. They also have a better throw distance for focus and a more robust overall design.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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