Only Canon CNE and Zeiss CP series are available in EF and they both share the same glass as the still lenses that they produce. L series and ZF series. Good cinema glass is typically PL mount or PV if you rent panavision glass
I wonder if these will offer the same inconsistent focus markings, super softness, and other unwanted qualities of the current cine primes they make. For the price of the originals, sure they're alright. But for this price, well it's just not worth it. Even considering MSRP is never what you should end up paying for lenses (High end lenses are like buying a car, you can negotiate the cost), these lenses just don't do it for me. Plus no one will want to rent them for more than like $160 a day for the set
Finance through a leasing company a decent package, i.e. sony F5 or c300 mark II with raw recorders, a set of cp2's or canon CN-E's, a good set of sachtler or oconnor sticks, with an army of anton bauers to power it all, follow focus, matte box, and filter set, to actually buy all this would probably be like 100k to buy, but only about 5k a month to lease to own, so if you have work coming in that can cover that 5k a month, which would be nothing if you were renting it out or shooting with it consistently, than you can really get a lot with 30k, which would essentially cover you for 6 months
Also they missed tail slating, not that it is much different, just at the end of the take and the slate is upside down or rotated after the clap.
One key point on slating was missed, never bring sticks into frame closed (unless they stay closed, i.e. MOS takes) and never open sticks again after slating, unless for second sticks of course. It helps the editors to know if they scrubbed past or before the actual clap of the sticks if they can visually see the sticks open or closed