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Meike Prime 35mm T2.1 Modern Cinematic Lens for Full Frame

Original price $998.00 - Original price $998.00
Original price $998.00
$998.00
$998.00 - $998.00
Current price $998.00
Mount: PL

The Whole Full Frame Family :

16mmT2.5,24mmT2.1,35mmT2.1,50mmT2.1,85mmT2.1,

105mmT2.1,135mmT2.4


Meike Adapter for Cine Lens

  • EF to L-mount Camera
  • PL to Sony-E mount Camera
  • PL to L-mount Camera
  • PL to Canon RF-mount Camera

Compatible:

•It is available in either PL, Canon EF, Canon RF, Sony E, and Panasonic L mounts.
•Canon C700 ,C500II, C500 Mark II, C300 Mark III, C300 Mark II, C200, C70 ,C100 Mark II Z Cam E2-F6 E2-F8 E2-S6
•Sony VENICE
•Alexa LF
•Z Cam E2-F6
•Mavo LF
•Sony FX3 FX6,FX9
•All full-frame Sony, Panasonic. Canon, Sigma, Leica mirrorless Cameras
•All Super 35/ APS-C sensors Cameras

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MK-Full Frame 35mm T2.1   Specifications:

Lens Mount:  PL/EF/RF/E/L
Min Focal Dist: 33cm
Filter Thread: ø82
Outer Diameter: 85mm
Image Circle: 45mm
Structure: 14 Elements in 9 Groups    
Focal Length: 35mm
Aperture Range: T2.1-T22
Iris Blades: 11    
Gear Mod: M0.8    
Focus Rotation: 330 Degree    
Dimensions (Ø x L): PL: 
ø89.6 × 102.5
                              EF(Canon):     ø85 × 110.5
                              RF(Canon):     ø89.6 ×134.5
                              E(Sony):         ø89.6 × 136.5  
                              L(Panasonic): ø89.6 × 134.5
Weight: 1108~1182g
 FOV:
on FF cameras:     on APS-C camera:
Diagonal:63.5°                                     Horizontal: 52°                       
Vertical: 40° 
Diagonal:43.2°                                      Horizontal: 34.9°                       
Vertical: 26°

 

 

 

MK-Full Frame 35mm T2.1   Sample Pictures:

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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Simon Elvin
Great for independent film making

Whilst the Meike film lenses are far less expensive than standard cinematic lenses, they still represent a significant investment for independent, self-funded film makers like me. So they need to deliver great results - and Meike lenses certainly do that. Robust, smooth and clear, with great results. I've bought two focal lengths so far, 85mm and 35mm, but I would certainly expand this on the basis of the image quality and user-friendliness I've found with these.
Only one area for improvement: the rear lens cap (the end where the lens connects to the camera body) doesn't stay on very easily. Not a problem when the lens is in use, but when changing lenses, the cap does tend to fall off. Could probably do to screw a little further onto the lens. This happens with both lenses, but it's a minor niggle.

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Ramon
Tipo de material da construção, corpo e lentes

Qual material é feito o corpo e as lentes, os elementos internos? São vidros, cristal?

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Rolando Robles
Great lens for indie work

i am a one man band. Great rolloff. Slightly green hue which is cool i like the look. Affordable, hefty. Focus ring is smooth.

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J.L.
Amazing unit, best value

I just wanted to clear my doubt. I own an S35 prime and that does the job splendidly. Right now looking to upgrade the kit and what if I use this FF prime lens on a BMPCC 6K? Wil bmpcc 6k support this FF prime or should S35 be the right option?

Would using this FF produce any vignette in the footage?

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Ben Robinson
Best value full frame cine lens.

In short: this lens is almost impossibly good for the price. The 35 is my second in the set and matches the 50 perfectly. I can’t even tell you how many people I’ve recommended this lens to; from professionals to pro-sumer grade videographers, these have been universally appreciated for their build and image quality. And before you ask, this is an unpaid, unbiased review. I paid full price and I’m just a fan of a good, high quality lens.
A bit about me— I’ve worked on everything from reality TV shows to Marvel movies, so I’ve had the chance to use just about everything out there. Now I’m not about to go out and spend my own money on Arri lens for personal projects so I’ll use these kind of lenses instead. For comparison from my personal collection, I also own a few Canon Cine and these are 95% as good for 20% of the price. Sharpness and breathing are almost at the same level, the only real difference is skin tones are not quite as vibrant (which is an easy post fix).
Only other lens I’ve used in this price bracket is Xeen and, personally, I think these blow those out of the water. I’m my experience xeen tended toward a greenish tint which is the worst hue a lens can have. They were also softer around the edges with worse breathing.
Depending on the client’s preference, I’ll still use the Canon for certain shoots who prefer the brand. But if it were up to me I would use these every time. Cheaper to insure on set, less worry about breaking your crazy expensive lens and killing your budget, and practically equal performance. Looking forward to completing my set with the 24 and 85mm!

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
100%
(11)
0%
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0%
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0%
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Simon Elvin
Great for independent film making

Whilst the Meike film lenses are far less expensive than standard cinematic lenses, they still represent a significant investment for independent, self-funded film makers like me. So they need to deliver great results - and Meike lenses certainly do that. Robust, smooth and clear, with great results. I've bought two focal lengths so far, 85mm and 35mm, but I would certainly expand this on the basis of the image quality and user-friendliness I've found with these.
Only one area for improvement: the rear lens cap (the end where the lens connects to the camera body) doesn't stay on very easily. Not a problem when the lens is in use, but when changing lenses, the cap does tend to fall off. Could probably do to screw a little further onto the lens. This happens with both lenses, but it's a minor niggle.

R
Ramon
Tipo de material da construção, corpo e lentes

Qual material é feito o corpo e as lentes, os elementos internos? São vidros, cristal?

R
Rolando Robles
Great lens for indie work

i am a one man band. Great rolloff. Slightly green hue which is cool i like the look. Affordable, hefty. Focus ring is smooth.

J
J.L.
Amazing unit, best value

I just wanted to clear my doubt. I own an S35 prime and that does the job splendidly. Right now looking to upgrade the kit and what if I use this FF prime lens on a BMPCC 6K? Wil bmpcc 6k support this FF prime or should S35 be the right option?

Would using this FF produce any vignette in the footage?

B
Ben Robinson
Best value full frame cine lens.

In short: this lens is almost impossibly good for the price. The 35 is my second in the set and matches the 50 perfectly. I can’t even tell you how many people I’ve recommended this lens to; from professionals to pro-sumer grade videographers, these have been universally appreciated for their build and image quality. And before you ask, this is an unpaid, unbiased review. I paid full price and I’m just a fan of a good, high quality lens.
A bit about me— I’ve worked on everything from reality TV shows to Marvel movies, so I’ve had the chance to use just about everything out there. Now I’m not about to go out and spend my own money on Arri lens for personal projects so I’ll use these kind of lenses instead. For comparison from my personal collection, I also own a few Canon Cine and these are 95% as good for 20% of the price. Sharpness and breathing are almost at the same level, the only real difference is skin tones are not quite as vibrant (which is an easy post fix).
Only other lens I’ve used in this price bracket is Xeen and, personally, I think these blow those out of the water. I’m my experience xeen tended toward a greenish tint which is the worst hue a lens can have. They were also softer around the edges with worse breathing.
Depending on the client’s preference, I’ll still use the Canon for certain shoots who prefer the brand. But if it were up to me I would use these every time. Cheaper to insure on set, less worry about breaking your crazy expensive lens and killing your budget, and practically equal performance. Looking forward to completing my set with the 24 and 85mm!