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IRIX Cine 21mm T1.5 Preorders Start

Irix Cine 21mm T1.5: Adorama Irix Cine 21mm T1.5 is a full-frame cine lens. It is excellent for any work where you will require a wide and fast lens. The lens is available in imperial version with Sony E-Mount. The f ±Irix Lookf Cine lenses are designed to provide substance. They are supposed to have […]

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Irix 30mm T1.5 Cine Announced

Irix 30mm T1.5 Cine: B&H Photo / Amazon Irix introduces the all new full-frame 30mm T1.5 cine lens Irix, the manufacturer of high-class optics for photo and film industry, expands its Cine line by introducing the new 30mm T1.5 lens. This new model is joining the line of full-frame cinematographic lens designed for shooting with […]

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Irix Teasing New T1.5 Cine Lenses

Irix is teasing some upcoming lenses that will be T1.5 cine lenses. Irix cine lenses for E-mount can be found at B&H Photo. via Photorumors

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Irix Cine 45mm T1.5 — Into The Art of Cinematography

Irix Cine 45mm T1.5 — into the art of cinematography Irix expands its offer of cinematographic lenses with the new full-frame 45mm T1.5. Irix, the manufacturer of high-class optics, expands its Cine line by introducing the new 45mm T1.5 lens. This new model is the third full frame cinematographic lens designed for shooting with Ultra […]

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Irix Cine 150mm T3.0 Macro 1:1 Announced

Irix 150mm T3.0 Macro 1:1 is a full-frame (43.3 image circle), 8K ready lens with T value 3,0 to 32. The lens will be available in four mounts (Canon EF, Sony E, Olympus/Panasonic MFT, PL mount) and delivered to dealers early August 2019.

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Irix Cine 150mm T3.0 Macro 1:1 First in Irix Cine Product Lineup

Irix teased the new Irix Cine 150mm T3.0 Macro 1:1 on their website today. A 150mm Cine 1:1 Macro certainly sounds interesting and is going in the opposite direction of some of the competitors. via IRIX

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