Fuji Fujifilm introduces the zoom cinema lenses “Premista” Series.

Dec 31, 2013
Louisville, Ky
A true cinema lens has much better build quality than a typical photo lens. Cinema lenses are manual focus with extremely smooth focus mechanisms and very precise focus control. They also stay focused when zooming in or out. The zoom is always internal. The aperture is in T stops instead of F stops. The T stops are supposed to be more accurate. The iris rings are click less. The glass is normally exceptional.

The Fuji cine lenses are actually very cheap for cine lenses. Cinema lenses can run up to $100k.
 

Kevin

Code Monkey 🐒
Nov 3, 2018
@Bobby Tingle I had to do a lookup on T-stops. :thumbsup: Thanks for the explanation, the tech geek side of me loves learning that type of info'. I may not be skilled enough to put that knowledge to use, mind you, but I still like learning it. :D

@Luke Now that's a marketing phrase! 🤣 It's not just robust, it's advanced robust!
 

phigmov

Probably Not Walter Kernow
Mar 23, 2015
Aotearoa
My standard 'splainer video

* Manual focus, long-throw, teeth for focus-pull
* T-Stops - constant/consistent between lenses
* Focus breathing minimised
* Often similarly sized across a family for filter-threads, gearing, hoods etc to minimise rig adjustment everytime you swap lenses
 

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