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Irix Cine Lenses Now Available in Nikon Z and L mount

Yes, Irix cine primes are coming to Nikon Z and L mount

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Irix cine lenses are now available in Nikon Z and Leica L mounts. In addition, the innovative lens maker recently announced Canon RF mount versions of their cine rage. Furthermore, Irix cine lenses are also quite affordable and also offered in a variety of popular mounts including PL, MFT, Canon EF, and Sony E

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Irix cine lenses for Canon RF, Nikon Z, and L mount include the Irix 11mm T4.3, Irix 15mm T2.6, Irix 45mm T1.5, and the phenomenal 150mm T3.0 Macro

Even though they only have four cine primes in the range so far, Irix cine lenses have been gaining popularity in the video production world. From various test footage online one can easily see these lenses are sharp and quite well built.

IRIX Cine Primes – Now Available in Nikon Z and Leica L mount

Those looking to get the upcoming Nikon Z7 II and Z6 II cameras (announcement next week) should definitely check out these Irix lenses. Which are now compatible natively with a variety of L-mount cameras also such as the Lumix S5 (also recently announced), and the venerable Panasonic S1H.

The Irix 150mm Macro in particular appears to be quite sharp and as it is also available in PL mount, this makes it an affordable quality option for those planning on using it on the URSA 12K camera.

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Protection from the Elements and Solid Cine Build

In addition, the Irix cine line-up was designed after plenty of consultations with cinematographers. This contributed to the lenses features a reinforced and sealed design enabling you to film in extreme weather conditions as well as protecting the sensor from dust and moisture.

Explore IRIX further at https://irixlens.com/cine-lenses/

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