Sigma released their Cine line of lenses just three years ago, spending that short amount of time developing an impressive array of lenses. We were able to speak with Sigma’s Jared Ivy for more on their cine lenses, how they were developed, their different characteristics, Sigma’s part in the L-Mount Alliance and much more.
24-35mm T2.2 FF
Mount: EF, E
Full-frame compatibility and outstanding resolution for 6K-8K shooting. This lens is ideal for the latest digital cine cameras.
Compatible with a full-frame image sensors, the FF Zoom Line offers the outstanding optical performance required for high-resolution shooting in 6K-8K. An exceptional option for cinematographers, this lens is compatible with image sensors larger than Super 35, now used in the latest digital cinema cameras. This cinema zoom lens combines the highest level of image quality with a compact design.
18-35mm T2, 50-100mm T2
Mount: PL, EF, E
T2 brightness throughout the zoom range. Outstanding resolution ready for 6K-8K. These lenses combine top performance with superior compactness.
The High Speed Zoom Line offers a constant aperture of T2 throughout the zoom range, and their outstanding optical performance makes them fully ready for high-resolution shooting in 6K-8K. While offering the highest image quality in their class, these zoom lenses are compact and offer amazing value.
14mm T2 FF, 20mm T1.5 FF, 24mm T1.5 FF, 28mm T1.5 FF, 35mm T1.5 FF, 40mm T1.5 FF, 50mm T1.5 FF, 85mm T1.5 FF, 105mm T1.5 FF, 135mm T2 FF
Mount: PL, EF, E
The image quality of a high-end prime lens. Full-frame compatibility—yet compact. Introducing a complete lineup of fine lenses.
These ten prime lenses range from 14mm to 135mm, and all offer T1.5 or T2 brightness. Rivaling a high-end prime set with their stunning image quality and compact construction, they also offer full-frame coverage. With this complete set of ten lenses designed for 6K-8K shooting, the FF High Speed Prime Line allows filming of various cuts without making any changes to the lighting, taking cinematography to the next level of performance.
Sigma has also recently opened a facility in Burbank, California, offering a wide variety of services to the filmmaking community. We covered its opening extensively, which you can find at INDIEShooter.com/Watch-Grand-Opening-of-New-Sigma-Burbank-Location-For-Cinema-Still-Lenses
For all things Sigma, be sure to visit www.SigmaCine.com