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Chris Ross Leong

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About Chris Ross Leong

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  • Birthday September 21

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  • Occupation
    Cinematographer
  • Location
    Los Angeles CA
  • My Gear
    Kinor 35H, Aaron LTR54, digial BMC
  • Specialties
    Scripted with a look! Actual trained lighting cameraman, OG style!
    Also FAA PP-ASEL private pilot and 14CFR107 licensed and commercial drone pilot.

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    https://www.chrisrossleong.com

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  1. Joe, hi! Can you please call me? Need to discuss the producer's requirements for lenses... Thanks! Chris Ross Leong Sherman Oaks CA (818) 397 0333 chris@chrisrossleong.com www.chrisrossleong.com
  2. Joe, hello! Could you set aside the UltraPolarizer for me? We can chat when I drop by to rent your camera. Chris Chris Ross Leong Sherman Oaks CA
  3. Hi all! Looking for a great set of inexpensive 35mm shooting gear? 1) Kinor 35H from LenFilm, 35mm sound (-sh, like a BL2) camera body, 400ft and 1000ft mags, motor, speed controls, follow focus, matte box, power handle etc. 2) Konvas 3H 35mm MOS camera body, 400ft mags 3) Lomo 300mm f/2.5 sports tele lens in OTC-19 4) Lomo 10mm f/2.8 ultra wide lens in OCT-19 5) OCT-19 to Canon EF adaptor. All in decent nick but not recently used. Time to clear it all out. Name your price. Either I'll laugh, or we'll deal. Or you'll laugh first and not reply! It's all good. Pix to seriou
  4. Sad to say this but one of them was actually disappointed when (s)he finally YooglePedia'd that film isn't erasable and re-writable...
  5. Sad to say, three prospective buyers have blown out thus far. Still up for offers!
  6. Vitaly! Yes, you know your Russian lenses! The 91 series is the best! And yes, this particular sample does not vignette, even at 7.5mm and T2.9! Have gate photos posted to show that. Yes, it's outstanding, but coupled with the matched serial number wide adaptor and the collination for this camera, whoever ends up with it will surely be as pleased with it as I have been! All the best Chris
  7. Stephen, hi! I have a buyer lined up for the complete kit, but will keep you posted, since two others before this one have changed their minds. Best Chris.
  8. I have also found an Aaton body to Arri PL lens stainless steel adaptor, and an Aaton to Nikon F lens adaptor, both in exchange/like new condition and both included. Also a spare mini Amphenol motor power plug that I bought to make up a remote start-stop cable. My prime buyer looking to fall through so back to reasonable offers for the camera, lens and wide, three mags, cases and accessories, minus matte box and tripod. Thanks!
  9. Here's the film stock count: Fuji F250 - 2x400ft Eastman Vision 2 - 3x400ft Vision 200T - 1x400ft Vision 500T - 2x400ft Vision 250D - 8x400ft, 1x200ft. Total 6,600ft of stock. Pix of the cans: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1rM_wwPsiQCEOSZV1IAPEoWP6CE7nDdcE?usp=sharing
  10. In a public reply to a few private inquiries, here's more information about this camera: This camera started off life as LTR7 #C834, purchased by remote from the UK. It was modified there by Les Bosher the camera tech before it was sent over here to the US, to run at higher speeds than the 7 ran, and to have its lens fitted and collimated. I thought initially it was an LTR54, i.e. the top speed was 54fps, since the top speed wasn't 32fps any more (like the original LTR7's had) but 54fps, or so I thought, since people who know Aatons know about the 7s and the 54s, and that's about it.
  11. Okay, so here's the complete package, with OConnor 30 head and legs, and an older Chroszeil 4x4 matte box: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1gMIGhHjDF-mRxsqjgMSM4-myCDUkyHeG?usp=sharing Closeups of the Les Bosher mount mod are also in that folder. Best Chris
  12. Danny, hi! Not for general release, but I do have a little material under NDA that you can watch if you PM me for details. Best Chris
  13. More news: (sorry for the double post - the previous post didn't appear on my computer until after I posted this one.... don't know why!) I thought the motor was running a bit on the loud side, as I recalled it before, so I checked closer... and This is an Aaton LTR70 HS, modified from its original 54fps config. The camera test above was with the camera running at 70fps. So apart from the crystal sync speeds of 24/25fps, it has 6, 12, 18. 20, sync, 28, 32, 54, and 70fps rates. At sync speed the camera is as quiet as I remembered it to be. Also it's smooth, consistent (severa
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