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Meike Cine Lens 65mm T2.2 for M43-Fast Delivery-Compatible with Olympus/Panasonic Lumix Cameras and BMPCC 4K BMPPCC camera 4K Zcam E2 GH5 etc.


Cine lens Option

8mm T2.9 M43,

10mm T2.2 M43,

12mm T2.2 M43,

16mm T2.2 M43,

25mm T2.2 M43,

35mm T2.2 M43,

50mm T2.2 M43,

65mm T2.2 M43,

85mm T2.2 M43,


  • Olympus mirrorless camera E-P1 E-PL1 E-P2 E-PL2 E-P3 E-PL3 E-PL5 E-PM1 E-PM2 OM-D E-M5 E-P5 OM-D E-M1 OMD-EM10 and other Olympus Micro 4/3 cameras
  • Panasonic Lumix G9 G1 G2 G3 G5 GF1 GF2 GF3 GF5 GF6 GF7 GH1 GH2 GH3 GH5 G6 GX1 GX7 GX8 GH4 GM1 GM5 -D E-M5 E-P5 OM-D E-M1 OMD-EM10 and other Panasonic Lumix Micro M4/3 MFT cameras
  • BMPCC 4K Zcam E2 GH5 GH6 OM-1,Z CAM E1 E2 E2C etc.


  • - Very, very sharp
  • - Little to no color cast, great contrast
  • - Smooth, circular bokeh
  • - Little to no focus breathing
  • - Focus marks accurate, as close as 10”
  • - Very little flaring or blooming



MK-65mm T2.2  M43  Specifications:

Lens Mount: M43/E/X/RF
Min Focal Dist: 68cm
Filter Thread: ø77
Focal Length:  65mm
Aperture Range: T2.2-T22
Structure: 10 Elements in 7 Groups
Iris Blades: 10   
Focus Rotation: 270 Degree    
Dimensions (Ø x L): M43: 
ø80 × 84.6mm
Weight: 545g
 FOV: on M43 camera
on APS-C camera

diagonal 20°

horizontal 16.1°

vertical 21.1°

diagonal 24.4°

horizontal 20.6°

vertical 13.9°



Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Jacques BRET
Parfait avec mon G80

Less than 10 days to receive the 65mm MFT! Real fast delivery with tracking. The cine prime is very well finished (like the 8,12 and 25mm already in my possession). Precision and softness of the rings. the first photos and videos correspond to my expectations: sharpened at T2.2, soft bokeh, no focus breathing, neutral color. In addition, changing lense is easy on a gimbal (balancing) or with follow focus (same spacing of the rings). More than intensely exposing it with my G80 !!

Daniel Aramayo Flores

No complain about this product, best on the market so far!

Greg Kubitschek
Really Good Lens!

I use multiple GH5 cameras, and an early adopter and fan of the Veydra mini primes. They have been in use since Ryan Avery introduced them. Although I was very happy with them, I always wished there more developed. Then when I was watching the YouTube video from Duclos lenses, and Ryan talking about how the Veydra lenses got sort of migrated to Meike, I was thrilled. The 65mm lens is truly great for the price. It fits in wonderfully between the 50mm and the 85mm. There are times I would reach for the 85 for some close up shots, whereas the 50mm was reserved for a standard headshot of an actor or a person being interviewed. I frequently wished there was something in between. I have assisted in shooting a short with multiple cameras. With the cameras pulled back as to not interfere with the framing of each one, the 65mm focal length would have been perfect. At 130mm for the full frame world, this seems to have a certain magic in terms of depth of field, and a good medium telephoto. The lens is pretty neutral in color, and sharp used wide open. The build quality is metal, solid and very good. There isn't a cine prime in this price category that comes close. The lens far exceeds the price paid for it. I assume all the other lenses in the set are just as good, and I wouldn't hesitate anyone shooting Sony E super-35, BMPC camera, or Micro 4/3 to purchase a complete set. Meike has done a really good job in designing and building these cine lenses!

Simon Marcus Williams
Awesome lens

Meike lenses rock!
I have the whole set.
Buy it, you won’t regret it