Sirui has released yet another anamorphic lens! This time it’s a 24mm wide angle lens.
This new lens from Sirui is just as sharp and compact as their previous lenses. It also produces the same anamorphic characteristics such as the horizontal, blue lens flare streaks and oval bokeh. I did notice however that the bokeh isn’t as stretched as their 35mm or 50mm lenses. However since it is a pretty wide angle lens it means you barely notice the difference. I did use all 3 of these lenses on a short film I recently shot and this set produced really nice results.
Sirui 50mm Lens Review
Sirui 35mm Lens Review
Special Thanks to:
Craig and Ruthy from UbiFire Productions for helping me shoot this review.
SIRUI 24MM F2.8 1.33x Anamorphic Lens specs:
-2.4:1 widescreen with smooth bokeh and horizontal blue lens flares
-1.33 times wider so it’s equivalent to an 18mm spherical lens.
-Five Lens Mounts for mirrorless cameras: Sony E-Mount, Canon EF-M, Nikon Z-Mount, Fujifilm X-Mount and MFT mount for Panasonic, Z-Cam, Olympus and Blackmagic cameras.
-Max Aperture of F2.8 and Minimum Aperture F16
-8 aperture blades that create a smooth oval bokeh
-Covers an APS-C size image sensor
-Minimum focusing distance of 0.6m or 2 feet
-Filter diameter of 72mm
-Focus ring rotation of 190 degrees
-Built out of Aluminum and has 13 Elements in 10 Groups
-Weight of just 770grams on the MFT mount version.
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