The XEEN’s are all color-matched and they cover full frame. The lenses feature an internal focus design, which means that the front of the lens doesn’t rotate as you change focus, and the lens maintains a constant volume. They also feature dual-sided focus marks and 200° of focus barrel rotation.
With the recent unveiling of Rokinon’s new XEEN CF lenses, it’s no real surprise that the standard versions have been reduced.
The 6 lens set which consists of a 14, 24, 35, 50, 85, 135mm can be purchased for $8,550 USD (it was $11,970 USD).
The 7 lens set which consists of a 14, 16, 24, 35, 50, 85, and 135mm is available for $9,800 USD, that’s a saving of $4,165 USD.
A 3 lens set that consists of a 24, 50, and 85mm is $4.485 USD (saving of $1,500 USD).
Individual lenses can be bought for $1,495 USD which is $1,000 USD off.
The XEEN’s may not be as good as a Cooke, Zeiss, Tokina, or ARRI prime but they offer tremendous value for money if you are after a set of fast cine prime lenses.
The lenses are available in either PL, Canon EF, or Sony E-Mounts.