SIGMA CINE T1.5

The SIGMA CINE T1.5 lineup covers everything from wide-angle to telephoto.

14mm, 20mm, 24mm, 28mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, 105mm & 135mm

Description

The SIGMA CINE T1.5 lineup covers everything from wide-angle to telephoto.

These prime lenses are compatible with various brands of cinema cameras. They are specially made for cine shooting.
T1.5 is available in prime lenses, enabling cinematographers to realize a wide range of expressive goals.

Refined design and precise manufacturing.

The series includes lenses with focal lengths of 14mm, 20mm, 24mm, 28mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, 105mm, and 135mm.

 

The SIGMA CINE T1.5 series Key Features:

  • Full-frame coverage: The lenses cover full-frame sensors, making them ideal for use with high-end cameras.

  • 6K-8K class resolution.

  • 180º focus throw

  • Fast aperture: All lenses in the series have a maximum aperture of T1.5, allowing you to capture sharp images even in low-light conditions.

  • Geared focus and iris rings: The lenses feature geared focus and iris rings that allow for smooth and precise adjustments.

  • Clickless aperture ring: The aperture ring is clickless, which means that you can make adjustments without producing any noise.

  • Standardized color reproduction: The lenses offer standardized color reproduction across the entire series, making it easy to switch between focal lengths without any noticeable color differences.

  • Standard front diameter: All lenses in the series have a standard front diameter of 95mm, making it easy to use the same matte box and other accessories across the entire series.

 

All the lenses in the lineup are designed to comply with SIGMA’s CCI standard. Standardized color balance makes color correction a snap.

These lenses are, therefore, ready for higher-resolution shooting and are ideal for chroma keying as well.

The High-Speed Zoom Line is compatible with Super35, the image size standard used by typical digital cinema cameras.

 

The SIGMA CINE T1.5 series is ideal for shooting a wide range of scenes, including narrative films, documentaries, and commercials. The different focal lengths allow you to capture your subject matter from various perspectives and angles.