SIRUI has announced its new 75mm f1.8 1.33x anamorphic lens. The 75mm joins the 24mm f2.8, 35m f1.8, and 50mm f1.8 1.33x lenses.
The lens features the same stretched oval bokeh and streaked flares of the other SIRUI 1.33x lenses. It has an f1.8 maximum aperture, 13-blade iris, and 1.2m close focusing distance.
The 75mm, just like the rest of the lenses in the series is made for APS-C sensor cameras. The lens is available in Sony E-mount, Micro Four-thirds mount, Nikon Z-mount, Fujifilm X-mount, and Canon EF-M mount. It is unfortunate that the lens isn’t available in Canon RF mount or PL mount.
The exterior of the lens is made of metal and it weighs 795g / 1.75 lbs (in MFT mount). It is between 130.4mm and 134.1mm long depending on the mount. It has a 67mm diameter filter thread and non-rotating lens front that allows for easy attachment of screw-on variable ND filters or polarizers. The focus throw is 186-degrees
If you want to see some footage captured with this lens you can below.
Price & Availability
The SIRUI 75mm F1.8 1.33x Anamorphic Lens is available to pre-order on the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform for $669 US. The first orders are estimated to ship in early June 2021.