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Thanavorakit K

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  1. I have one of the Technovision 35mm T/1.4 (or perhaps f/1.4) it's actually some sort of OEM for the Cineovision (or vice-versa I'm not sure). Quite usable even at wide open and super sharp at 2.8-4.
  2. If they are correctly adjusted you should be able to focus just once. Notice the couple lock between both lenses that will move the focus ring on both lenses together. What is your OCT-18 to M4/3 looks like? There are two types of them, the cheaper one usually doesn't support anamorphic lenses. You need to get one like this.
  3. One of these seems to be on ebay now http://www.ebay.com/itm/261156837818?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1438.l2649
  4. By the way, I've just checked and found the diameter of the rear mount is about 55mm which is probably larger than those OCT18.
  5. Thank you Dom for replying. I'm not so sure if a lens with originally OCT18 mount will look like that with its mount removed. Do you think it is possible to replace the missing mount with one from another OKC 75 lens with OCT18 mount?
  6. I got this lens for sometime now but having no idea what mount is it. It has only aperture ring, no focus ring. It seems to focus infinity with my GH2 just fine, so there might be a chance to adapt it somehow if I know more details on the mount. Any idea?
  7. Thanks for both! I'll use support until I find a way to lock it some day. Cheers!
  8. Just got some squarefront anamorphics today. One of them is 35HAC10-3 squarefront and OKC8-35-1. Now I'm confused how this couple is going to be working. It appears there is some kind of lock between the OKC8-35-1 and its squarefront They seem to be connected just fine. However, there is no lock on the top part. Is this how it was designed or I missed something here? Any suggestion?
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