Cinema lenses (cine lenses) are designed and manufactured to meet the unique needs of filmmaking. Often noticeably larger than their still-lens counterparts, cine lenses tend to have a studier build and more exterior marking and manual adjustments. They also offer a significantly more precise level of control over the focus, aperture, and zoom settings.
The mechanics of cine lenses are designed to minimize optical irregularities like focus breathing, vignetting, and chromatic aberrations. They are also parfocal, meaning that zooming the focal length will not result in a loss of focus, and have a de-clicked iris so you can adjust the light gathering with a buttery smooth transition of exposure. With DSLR and mirrorless cameras incorporating amazing video quality to their feature set, these lenses are not just for high-end cinema cameras any more.