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Today Only: Sirui 75mm f/1.8 1.33x Anamorphic Lens (Canon EF-M) – $499 (reg. $899)

Sirui 75mm F/1.8

Only for today (9/12/2022) B&H Photo has a 55% discount on the Sirui 75mm f/1.8 1.33x Anamorphic Lens for Canon EF-M mount.

At a glance:

  • 75mm Anamorphic Canon EF-M Mount Lens
  • f/1.8 Maximum Aperture, 13-Blade Iris
  • Robust Aluminum Lens for APS-C Cameras
  • 2.4:1 Aspect Ratio; 13-Blade Iris
  • 1.33x Cinematic Anamorphic Squeeze
  • Schott Glass with Nano Coatings
  • Distance Markings in Feet and Meters
  • Horizontal Blue Streaks, Oval Bokeh
  • Manual Focus, M67 Filter Size

Get the Sirui 75mm f/1.8 1.33x Anamorphic Lens for Canon EF-M mount on sale at $499. Compare at $899.

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Capture cinematic widescreen images when using a cine camera with an MFT or APS-C sensor size with this 75mm f/1.8 1.33x Anamorphic Lens from Sirui. The lens features a Micro Four Thirds mount and captures a widescreen 1.33x anamorphic image squeeze with an ultra-wide 2:4:1 aspect ratio when used with an APS-C sensor size. This design gives you a 33% increase in the horizontal field of view for a beautiful cinematic widescreen look.

This 75mm manual-focus lens is designed with a durable housing and features optics with protective lens coatings, 16 elements in 12 groups, a 13-blade iris, a minimum focus distance of 3.9′, and a fast f/1.8 maximum aperture. It can also produce horizontal blue streaks with less stray light and has a soft, oval bokeh with a shallow depth of field while maintaining a sharp focus. You can utilize 67mm filters on the front of the lens, and it features distance markings in both feet and meters.

Key Features

Robust lens with advanced optics for cameras with an APS-C or MFT sensor

Anamorphic 2.4:1 format in a 16:9 frame after de-squeeze

Horizontal blue streaks with less stray light

Soft, oval bokeh with a shallow depth of field

13-blade iris

3.9′ minimum focusing distance

67mm filter thread

Magnification: 1:14.47 (V), 1:18.45 (H)

Manual focus

Optical design features 16 elements in 12 groups

Distance markings in feet and meters

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