1.8x constant squeeze ratio
PL/EF, E, RF, L, MFT mount
Supporting 4:3 full-frame shooting
Minimum to none lens breathing
Marked in both cm and inches
Anamorphic Cine lens
4:3 Full Frame
Focus Scale Rotation
32mm x 24mm
Filter Thread Size
82mm x 0.75
Constant 1.8X (From 0.7m to INF)
18 Elements in 14 Group
Front Outer Dia.
Minimal to No
Length (Cap Excluded)
PL:127mm E/MFT/L/RF:About 160mm
Minimum Focus Distance
0.7m (to cmos)
Blades of Aperture
No, due to our optical structure optimization, the 35mm will only give flare toward the strong light. You can refer to the images on the page.
Based on our current test results, the following cameras are compatible: Zcam-E2 (with built-in filters), Mavo LF, BMPCC6K, BMPCC6K Pro, BMPCC6K URAS Mini Pro, RED Monstro 8K VV, Canon SLR cameras, and Canon EF mount cine cameras, compatible with Canon original EF-RF adapter ring. Speed boosters and adapters with built-in filters or glass elements are not compatible.
It’s very similar to the 50mm, and since it has less protruding rear elements it can fit more camera brands and models. But it is still not compatible with adapters with drop-in filters and some cameras with internal ND filters.
GREAT JOY 35mm lens is not a rear anamorphic nor the hybrid one. It is the front anamorphic lens.
Yes, the 35mm is more flare muting than the 50mm.
We are planning on this. Welcome to leave your comments and we will share them with our team.
Setting infinity focus on the main lens, the adjustment on adapter allows you to focus on subjects from 0.7m distance to infinity. The Great Joy Anamorphic Adapter provides a 297° ultra-wide focusing ring rotation for precision focusing.
|Anamorphic Adapter Lens|
|Aperture||F2.8 (Fixed )|
|Focus Method||Manual Single Focusing|
|Length||65.4mm- 80. 8mm (Without lens cap)|
|Weight||855g (Without lens cap)|
|Focus Scale Rotaion||264°|
|Structure||6 Elements in 4 Groups|
|Focus Ring Diameter||84mm|
|The Maximum Diameter||84mm|