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Stephen Gelb

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  1. looking for anamorphic lenses nipponscopes fujivision cine vision please no brokers, only direct deals thank you
  2. Looking for Cooke Speed Panchro lenses: Series 2, 3 in good shape 18,25,32,40,50,75,100 Also seeking Zeiss B speed lenses 18,25,35,50,85
  3. looking for 18 or 85 K35 have lenses to trade or?
  4. Looking for Zeiss B speeds any focal lengths.. any mount, any condition.. please message me with what you have! thank you
  5. the first series were the "auto Panatar".. large and clunky and mostly made with B&L cinemascope glass rehoused with the astigmatizers..
  6. looks like the american arriflex mount.. cant remember the name.. very close to arri std mount, but not quite exactly the same
  7. thanks.. still looking for a Zeiss 50mm MK2 or MK3
  8. Anyone out there can help? looking for a single 50mm
  9. I have some nice Schneider C mount lenses for sale. these lenses were designed for super 16 Cinegon 16mm f/1.4 Xenon 25mm f/1.4 Xenon 50mm f/2.0 Tele Xenar 75mm f/2.8 $800 for all 4 all the lenses have smooth focus throws, clean glass and good irises there is also a 10mm that has a stiff focus. Can throw it in for addtl $200 addtl: 3.5 f/2.8 fisheye, $500 addtl. please pm me if interested
  10. I would try shooting with uncoated lenses. Astro Berlins, or Kowa Cine Prominars. Super baltars are also a goos choice but they have more coatings and can be more contrasty. Vintage Anamorphic lenses also can give this look. uncoated lenses can soften and make the image a lot more milky.. in turn losing the extreme sharpness and pop associated with digital sensors and multicoated lenses. I would think u could also easily overlay grain into your final digital intermediary quite easily.
  11. thanks does anyone know much about what lenses have and are being used for 65mm formats?
  12. Hi Lucky I have a set of 4 kowas, rebarrelled 40/50/75/100 excellent for steadicam and handheld work, they are very very compact and lightweight. also they are reasonably sharp away from wide open. also 3 cineovision anamorphic lenses, 35/55/85 T1.4 which are sharper, but not light or small (especially the 35mm), they have a beautiful vintage look to them with awesome flares. in any regards, all the info is on my website. www.lensworksrentals.com
  13. If you look around, u can find the original anamorphot lens plus the clamp.
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