SIRUI continues its series of relatively affordable anamorphic lenses with the announcement of another fixed focal length 24mm. Like its 50mm and 35mm predecessors, the new 24mm lens will feature a 1.33x squeeze factor. The minimum aperture, however, increases to F2.8, while the predecessors offer F1.8 here.
The weight of about 800 grams is quite impressive for a fully manual lens, the minimum focus distance of 0.6m is also acceptable for an anamorphic lens.
Like the anamorphic SIRUI predecessors, the lens is also being offered to early interested parties with a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. The pre-sale price is 749 US dollars (instead of 999 US dollars later).
Among other things, the campaign page features a sample film that is said to have been shot entirely with the new 24mm lens.
On Youtube, this clip claims to have been shot with an A7SII, which makes only limited sense given the APS-C/S35 image circle quoted. The datasheet clearly speaks of an optic for an APS-C sensor (scroll all the way down).
According to the specifications, the 24mm model can be docked to at least five different mounts (M43_Mount, E-Mount, EF-M-Mount, Z-Mount, and X-Mount) via adapters:
And here is the official "application clip" for the SIRUI 24mm F2.8 1.33X: