As of now, Sirui is offering the new Jupiter cine lens series on Indiegogo, which - somewhat curiously - consists of three macro fixed focal lengths: 24mm T2, 35mm T2, 50mm T2, and a 28-85mm T3.2 cine zoom. All are suitable for full frame and available for PL or EF mount. They are operated manually.
SIRUI Jupiter Macro Lenses 24mm T2, 35mm T2, 50mm T2.
The three macro lenses feature a uniform design with a weight around 1-1.3Kg, a 92mm filter diameter and lens rings at the same position. The closest focusing distance is 0.24m (a magnification factor is not specified). The de-clicked aperture consists of 11 blades.
SIRUI Jupiter Macro Lenses 24mm T2, 35mm T2, 50mm T2
Individually, the macro lenses cost in crowdfunding, the set of 3 can be had for (all plus VAT, later retail prices are said to be 20% above that.
SIRUI Jupiter Cine Zoom
Of the 28-85mm T3.2 full-frame cine zoom lens, Sirui says it produces "sharp but not overly crisp" images - expect more of a vintage look. At a T3.2, the lens isn&t among the fastest either, but it&s comparatively inexpensive. It costs (plus tax) when pre-ordered.
Sirui jupiter 28-85mm T3.2 full frame cine zoom lens
0.7m is the closest focusing distance, and the focus is designed to be parfocal over the zoom range. Focus.breathing is said to be minimal. The focus rotation angle is 259°, the optical design comprises 22 elements in 18 groups. Here, too, the aperture is composed of 11 blades (also de-clicked).
The cine zoom weighs about 2.5 kg with a length of 215mm (PL) and has a 110mm filter thread and a 1/4" thread for lens supports. Shims for backfocus correction are included. Adapters for E-mount and RF-mount are optionally available.
The Sirui Jupiter lenses appear to be in mass production already, with shipments scheduled to begin as early as May.