SLR Magic has launched four EF-mount lenses as part of its APO-MicroPrime line:
The APO-MicroPrime lenses feature optical elements paired with a ‘unique optical design’ to correct longitudinal chromatic aberrations, according to SLR Magic. As a result, the company says bright and dark transitions in images are rendered without colorful artifacts, particularly when it comes to highlights.
Each lens has a 150-degree focus throw, T22 – T2.1 aperture and an 82mm intenal filter size alongside an 85mm outer front. As well, all four new CINE lenses weigh around 900g (1.9lbs) and feature nearly identical designs. All four lenses will retail for $1,499 USD with planned availability starting in December 2019.
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