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Olaf Trevilla

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  1. Hello I just came across a Bolex h8 and was wondering if I could shoot 16mm with it? Assuming I put on the turret plate from a broken h16 Rex onto the h8 Rex, would I be good to shoot 16mm or would I have to do something with the sprockets, are the perforations different? Thanks!
  2. Does anyone know what type mount this lens is? It’s a century cinetar II and I saw a century paragon with the same mount
  3. Wow thanks Robert! I was still on a quest to find a broken Rex, so I’d love to get my hands on your old Rex 0 to try and convert with the M camera if you’re willing to part ways with it! How much are you asking for it?
  4. How did you go about mounting the nizo wide to the switar ? Does it screw right on or did you have to use an adapter? Is your switar the preset or old version ?
  5. You guys are the best thanks for getting back to me so fast and answering my questions!
  6. Hello there! I have a broken Rex 4 with a non workin motor that doesn’t run at all but is in good condition, I was wondering if it’s possible to take off the turret plates and viewfinder off the reflex Bolex and Mount them onto a BolexH16M model
  7. Hello there! I have a broken Rex 4 with a non workin motor that doesn’t run at all but is in good condition, I was wondering if it’s possible to take off the turret plates and viewfinder off the reflex Bolex and Mount them onto a BolexH16M model
  8. I saw one of these sell on eBay for auction at 1,800 not too long ago so I’m asking 1500 or best offer takes it
  9. Hey Doug! Yes it does, I used this lens on a S16 Rex 5 and it looked amazing, it has no vignetting
  10. https://www.instagram.com/p/CS2p1yePyNY/?utm_medium=copy_link Hello! I am looking to sell my century optics c Mount fisheye! -The lens is marked as a 6.5mm but when compared side by side to its brother the century 3.5mm, it’s almost the exact same! I’d say the true focal length of this lens is 4mm! -F1.8 The lens is in overall excellent condition with very clean optics, free of hazing or fungus, shows very little signs of use! I’ve never seen another like it! It’s probably the only one on the market! Don’t miss out on this amazing and rare lens!
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