E-Mount Lenses at CineMechanics
Primes, zooms, and even an anamorphic cine lens for E-Mount cameras.
Sony G Master Primes
The Sony G Master Primes are incredibly sharp and fast still lenses, which make them great choices for portraiture and product photography. They have a smooth focus falloff and a dreamy quality at their maximum apertures, which range from f/1.2 to f/1.8 across the set. These lenses are well suited for making use of the lightning fast auto-focus that Sony’s E-Mount cameras are known for, whether shooting stills or video.
Available Focal Lengths: 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, 135mm
Sony G Master Zooms
The Sony G Master Zooms span an incredible range of focal lengths, covering from ultra-wide 12mm to an extreme telephoto 600mm (or a whopping 900mm equivalent when shooting in APS-C mode). Their lightweight design and built-in Optical SteadyShot stabilization make these a perfect choice for handheld photography, whether it be sports, wildlife, documentary, or any other shooting scenario where speed is of the essence. The Nano AR coating also further reduces flaring and surface reflections for improved contrast when shooting in especially bright or backlit settings.
Available Focal Lengths: 12-24mm, 16-35mm, 24-70mm, 70-200mm, 100-400mm, 200-600mm
Sirui Full Frame 50mm 1.66x Anamorphic
New from Sirui is an especially unique lens, a 50mm Full Frame Anamorphic with a native E-Mount. While other manufacturers have made great strides in recent years in reducing the cost of anamorphic lenses, these have generally still come with the problem of being large and heavy (due in part to their PL mount design). Enter Sirui, a small and relatively new company who introduced an affordable anamorphic lens to the market that was specifically designed for DSLR shooting, and have now made a leap into the world of cinema lenses with their 50mm Full Frame, complete with geared focus rings and declicked aperture. This lens is also incredibly lightweight, which makes it a great option for pairing with Sony’s E-Mount cameras which are often chosen for their handheld capabilities.
Fujinon MK Zooms
The Fujinon MK Zooms are highly popular, particularly for documentary filmmakers shooting on the equally popular Sony FS7. The MK Zooms are incredibly lightweight and feature virtually no distortion, focus breathing, or optical axis shift when zooming. They also have an adjustable flange focus control - “macro” mode - which allows users to quickly shrink their minimum focus distance for closeups.
Available Focal Lengths: 18-55mm, 50-135mm