Canon is introducing two new lenses to their lineup of Cine Primes, which currently includes the 24mm T1.5, 50mm T1.3 and 85mm T1.3. This prime set has now been expanded on both the wide angle and telephoto ends with a 14mm T3.1 and a 135mm T2.2. All five lenses have proper cine gearing and precision reference marks, EF mounts and Full Frame 35mm coverage (enough to cover the sensors of the 5DM3 and the 1D C). The 14mm is highly rectilinear, so straight horizontal and vertical lines remain undistorted even on the very edge of frame. The 135mm is a great portrait lens, flattening features by virtue of its field of view but with a rounded Bokeh to lend an attractive sense of depth.
Watch my video above to learn more about these new lenses and see what they are capable of.