The Sigma 50-100mm T2 High Speed Zoom Cine Lens offers a constant aperture of T2 throughout the zoom range, and its outstanding optical performance makes it fully ready for high-resolution shooting up to 8K.
Sharpness combined with outstanding bokeh effect
To fulfill the high demands for image quality in still photography, Sigma has solved a wide range of issues. The benefit of these efforts can now be enjoyed in cine lenses as well.
Inspecting each and every lens
There are three requirements for outstanding lenses: fine design, precise manufacturing and inspection that ensures compliance with all specifications. SIGMA lenses are born of outstanding design concepts and excellent manufacturing technology, but they are not complete until they undergo their uncompromising lens performance evaluation. Sigma has developed its own A1 proprietary Modulation Transfer Function (MTF) measuring system using 46-megapixel Foveon direct image sensors. Even previously undetectable high-frequency details are now within the scope of their quality control inspections. Thanks to the ultra-high resolution sensors, high- performance shooting is assured.
6K-8K class resolution
The Sigma 50-100mm T2 High Speed Zoom Cine Lens features the same optical system that delivers 50-megapixel plus resolution in it's still photography lenses. Therefore, these lenses are ready for higher resolution shooting, and are ideal for chroma keying as well.
100% metal body
The body is made completely of metal to stand up to professional use over the long term, working your Canon EF system perfectly.
Luminous paint for enhanced visibility
The specification, gradation baseline, and lens change indications all feature luminous paint to aid in changing and operating the lens in the dark.
Dust-proof and splash-proof construction
The lineup features the same dust-proof and splash-proof construction as the Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM｜Sports. With each ring and mount specially sealed to prevent water and dust from entering, this lens is ready for use in tough conditions. The unusually robust specification of the lineup allows the user to concentrate on shooting while significantly reducing the burden of maintenance.
Iris with optional manual control
Featuring optional manual control, the iris ring offers smooth control without clicks. The T-stop display, which is standard in cine lenses, contributes to high-precision exposures. Just like other high-end cine lenses, the rotational angle of the iris ring is 60°.
• Linear iris ring
• 0.8m gear pitch
• Lightweight and compact
• Minimisation of flare and ghosting
• 180° focus rotational angle
• 100% Metal body
• EF Mount
• Silent ring stoppers
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30 May 2018
Available to hire for Canon & Sony full-frame (with the MC-11 adapter), these outstanding lenses offer a constant aperture of T2 throughout the zoom range and the optical performance is ready for high resolution shooting such as 6K - 8K.Read full article
12 September 2016
Walking onto Sigma's impressive stand at IBC last Friday was weird but wonderful. Not only is it the first time that Sigma have attended the show, I hadn't expected such an impressive stand to be honest. Together with a strong presence of Sigma Japan's management, it very much showed how seriously they were taking the launch of their new Cine lens range.Read full article
07 September 2016
Often I am party to information before it's announced publicly. Usually, whilst it can be exciting finding out about what's coming, most people could probably guess it was coming and it's not often a game changer. I have had to keep stumm about these lenses which has been incredibly hard as I can't be anything other than SO excited about their existence......Read full article