Sirui Sniper F1.2 lenses with autofocus are now available

Sirui has unveiled its maiden lenses featuring an automatic focusing system – the Sirui Sniper F/1.2. The marketing campaign commenced on November 20th, aimed at funding the production of three lenses: 23mm, 33mm, and 56mm, sharing consistent optical traits and mechanics, ideal for comprehensive filmmaking.

Sirui Sniper 23mm F1.2, 33mm, 56mm

This new line, Sirui Sniper, is tailored for Sony E, Fujifilm X, and Nikon Z mounts, catering specifically to cameras equipped with APS-C format sensors.

While sharing design elements, the lenses within the line differ in weight; the Sirui Sniper 23mm F1.2 weighs 380 grams, whereas the Sirui Sniper 56mm F1.2 tips the scales at 422 grams.

All lenses in this series boast a standard 58mm front filter thread and leverage 11 aperture blades to produce uniformly round bokeh across various apertures. Additionally, the focus ring spans a full 360° rotation across all three lenses.

These lenses are equipped with a USB-C port, allowing for future updates, and are available in white, black, or silver with a sleek carbon fiber finish.

Sirui Sniper 23mm F1.2 price and release date

Sirui 33mm F1.2 price and release date

Sirui 56mm F1.2 price and release date

Earlier announcements included the Sirui Jupiter 75mm T2.8 and 100mm T2.8 cine lenses, engineered for full-frame cameras with impressive macro capabilities: the Sirui Jupiter 75mm T2.8 (1:1 magnification ratio) and the Sirui Jupiter 100mm T2.8 (1.5:1 magnification ratio). These lenses, compatible with Canon EF and PL-mounts, lack electronic contacts but can be adapted for use across different systems. Their minimum focusing distance is 0.29 meters.

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