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Sirui Nightwalker 16mm T1.2 Review

Dustin Abbott

June 14th, 2024

Sirui has done a lot of development work in the cine world, and their Nightwalker series of lens is a cine lineup for APS-C mirrorless sensors (including Sony E-mount [tested here], Canon RF, Nikon Z, Fuji X, Leica L, and MFT mounts). The initial series of lenses included 24, 35, and 55mm T1.2 lenses), and Sirui has returned in 2014 with two new entries – a 16mm T1.2 (reviewed here) and a 75mm T1.2 (reviewing coming). These are essentially the cine equivalents of the autofocusing Sniper series for typical photography. The price tag is typically in the mid $300s for each lens, though sales and kits will reduce the per lens price. But is the 16mm T1.2 worth buying? Explore it with me in my video review.

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Thanks to Sirui for sending me a review loaner of this lens. As always, this is a completely independent review.




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