Ready for 8K UHD filmmaking
Irix claim their new lens is ready for the new generation of 8K capable cine cameras. The 150mm full-frame optic consists of 12 elements in 9 groups, 4 of which are HR (high refractive index) glass, and 3 of which are low-dispersion (ED) glass.
Available in different mounts
Due to the presence of these elements, this lens offers, says the company, superb high resolution, nearly zero chromatic aberration and has almost no visible distortion (as low as 0,1%). The optical system is equipped with an internal focusing system. The lens was designed to have as little breathing as possible.
Irix does not have much information available on its website at the moment, but some of the other specifications that make the Irix 150mm f/2.8 Macro 1:1 a lens to consider for photography have, one expects, made it to the Cine version. While the original lens was designed for full-frame high-resolution DSLR cameras, including Canon EF, Nikon F and Pentax K mount, the Cine version will be available in Canon EF, Sony E, MFT and PL mount, a solution pointing to what the company will offer in future lenses in the Irix Cine lens family.
Irix Cine 150mm T3.0 Macro 1:1 at a glance:
- 11 rounded aperture blades
- 12 optical elements in 9 groups (4 HR and 3 ED lenses)
- Internal Focusing -MST focusing mechanism -Sealed in 5 crucial points
- Rear element in a fixed position (anti-dust protection)
- Detachable and reversible lens hood
- Lens hood with magnetic lock
- MMS – magnetic mount system (patent pending)
- Standardized 0.8 pitch mod cine gears
- 86mm front filter thread -95MM standardized front diameter for cine accessories
- Precise laser engraved markings filled with UV reactive paint
- Lens support with 1/4″ thread
- Two-position detachable lens support
- adaptive ring for follow focus system (patent pending)
- Focus ring with 270° focus throw available with metric or imperial units
- Aperture ring rotation 75°