SLR Magic Announces New Cine 35mm & 75mm Cine Lenses

SLR Magic announced their new 35mm F1.2 and 75mm F1.4 cine lenses at Cine Gear this week. Nino spoke with Andrew Chan in Hollywood and had a look at the new lenses.

SLR Magic Cine

Known for their innovative fast primes and anamorphic lenses, SLR Magic (AKA Noktor) are announcing a new pair of cine lenses for FE and E mount cameras in the 35mm and 75mm focal lengths with very fast apertures of f1.2 and f1.4 respectively.

Not only that, they are extremely affordable at $499 each. It’s not everyday that you can get such a wide aperture and wide field of view lens for under $500, especially with the quality of SLR Magic lenses! They are fully manual with a de-clicked aperture.


If you’re a filmmaker using a Sony camera such as the FS5 or FS7 (or smaller SLR or mirrorless) and desire that extreme shallow depth of field, these proprietary FE/E-mount lenses can certainly provide that wide aperture for really surrounding your subjects in bokeh.

The choice of focal lengths and field of view are ideal for portraits, interiors, landscapes and architecture. The 35mm prime is always a go to lens for cinematography and video, and 75mm is an interesting choice similar to the standard 85mm which at f1.4 will be perfect for photographing and filming portraits.

The lenses feature an all-manual design with built-in gears for use with follow focus systems. They are built for reliability and resilience, ideal when shooting in extreme conditions.

Tech specs of the SLR Magic 35mm model


  • Fast prime lens at f1.2.
  • Compatible with FE and E-mount cameras.
  • 9 elements in 8 groups.
  • Minimum focus distance of 0.3m (30cm).
  • Manual aperture with 13 blades.
  • Min aperture F16.
  • 52mm filter thread (non rotating).
  • Black anodized finish.
  • 77.40mm in length, 64.73mm in diameter.
  • 535g/18.87oz in weight.

Tech specs of the SLR Magic 75mm model


  • Fast prime lens at f1.4
  • Compatible with FE and E-mount cameras.
  • 6 elements in 6 groups
  • Minimum focus distance of 0.7m (70cm).
  • Manual aperture with 13 blades
  • Min aperture of F16
  • 52mm filter thread (non rotating).
  • Black anodized finish.
  • 78.68mm in length, 64.67mm in diameter
  • 455g/16.05oz in weight.



Judging from the high build and image quality of SLR Magic’s current line-up of both regular and anamorphic glass, we can say we’re keen to have a closer look at these lenses at Cine Gear. They will be available to see for the first time at the LA Cinematography expo at the ATOMOS booth, and will be available from authorized dealers by August 2016.