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HyperPrime CINE III 2595MFT

HyperPrime CINE III 2595MFT

25mm T0.95 Hyperprime CINE III Lens

Product Code: SLR-2595MFT

Suggested Retail Price £460+VAT

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  • 25mm T0.95 Hyperprime CINE III Lens
  • Micro Four Thirds (MFT) mount
  • Focus type: Manual
  • Focal length: 25mm (50mm MFT)
  • Maximum aperture: T0.95
  • Min aperture: T16
  • Min focusing distance: 0.20M
  • No. of diaphragm blades: 12
  • Lens construction: 12 Elements in 10 groups
  • Dimensions Length: 74.6mm
  • Weight: 450g
  • Lens Hood: Optional
  • Filter Size: 49mm

The HyperPrime CINE III 2595MFT Lens is one of the World's brightest 25mm lenses. This new updated version has been strengthened to assist operation when using with the Anamophot, anamorphic adapter. Lens support is still recommended, particularly when using additional dioptres. Aimed at movie and film use with a smooth decoupled aperture allowing seemless transitions of exposure. The fast T0.95 aperture allows shallow depth of field and offers a dreamy and unique character. The 25mm is also perfect for both low-light photography and cinematography.

With a Micro Four Thirds (MFT) mount, the lens is compatible with Panasonic, Olympus and Blackmagic Cinema cameras. The 25mm HyperPrime is manual focus only with superb metal construction to the highest standards. The impressive workmanship is well suited for professional use. Both aperture and focus rings have integrated gearing for use on follow focus systems and camera rigs. The 25mm focal length makes it an ideal 50mm equivalent focal length.

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