Samyang has presented another line of premium film focal points, including the Xeen Anamorphic 50mm T2.3 and Xeen Meister 35mm, 50mm, and 85mm T1.3 primes.
The Samyang Xeen Anamorphic 50mm T2.3, with a, 2x press factor, will be accessible in the PL mount just, while the arrangement of three Xeen Meister focal points will be accessible in the PL, Canon EF, and Sony E mounts.
Samyang delivered the primary Xeen cine primes in 2015, and the brand has since extended the arrangement to incorporate focal points that cover full-edge and enormous sensors for very good quality advanced cinematography.
The iris on the Xeen Anamorphic 50mm T2.3 is a recently evolved plan with 15 opening sharp edges. The focal point is weighty, gauging 8.5lbs/3.9kg and having a non-pivoting front width of 114mm.
When utilized with full-outline 35mm sensors, this claim to fame anamorphic focal point (after de-crushed) will cover a wide 2.55:1 viewpoint proportion. It is planned to perform well in low-light circumstances, with a shine in obscurity barrel text style covered with carbon fiber for a sumptuous vibe.
X-covering innovation is utilized in the wide-opening Xeen Meister focal point reach to control inner light reflections, bringing about an unmistakable and predictable flare and ghosting for sensational imaging impacts. Every one of the three primes are shading coordinated and have a super-brilliant T1.3 gap with 13 edges, which gives amazing low-light execution and flawlessly obscured foundations.
The PL-mount Meister focal points support the I Technology convention, permitting viable cameras to record metadata like central length, opening, and center distance. Other eminent highlights incorporate a 8K-prepared goal, a 300° toss on the center ring, and strong titanium development.
There’s no word on valuing or accessibility for either focal point line simply yet.Recycling: low-energy refining
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