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  1. I was wondering if anyone could tell me about this lens. The closest to it I can find is the P Angenieux 20-80mm f/2.5 Type L5. Is anyone familiar with the L6?
  2. I finally own a decent follow focus. It's a used Zacuto Z-focus. Works great, smooth turn, zero play. I'm using it together with a Sigma 18-35 f1.8, with a this ultra cheap focus ring: https://www.amazon.com/Neewer-Adjustable-Follow-Lenses-diameter/dp/B008PP3LY4/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1486941772&sr=8-2&keywords=neewer+focus+ring The Sigma lens itself has a buttery smooth focus turn, and like I said, the Z-focus is basically silk when it's just spinning by itself. But the moment the Z-focus is actually put to use turning the Sigma lens, it takes a little more effort to turn than I feel it should, and there are some subtle vibrations in the movement. Adds up to a less-than-stellar focusing experience. I had a similar problem when I first got the Sigma and the Z-focus. I'd bought a gear ring that was specially fitted to the Sigma, and it proved totally unusable--vibrations galore. Is this a normal problem with cheap, crappy focus rings? I can't find anyone else who describes experiencing this issue quite like I have. Help!
  3. For Sale Set of 10 Leica Summilux-C 10-Lens Set (Marked in metric) For Sale Arri Zeiss 16mm Master Prime Lens $19,000.00 Beautiful Set of Lenses Aprox. 2 years old and a Great Savings! These are not cheap lenses that is for sure. Price for the set of 10 lens $300,000.00 I have plenty of pictures please email me barbara@newprovideo.com or call me at 843-554-7811 Includes the following Lenses 18mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in metric 21mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in metric 25mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in metric 29mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in metric 35mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in metric 40mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in metric 50mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in metric 65mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in metric 75mm T1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in metric 100mmT1.4 Summilux-C Lens (PL Mount, Marked in metric Product Highlights -Covers Super 35mm (36mm Image Circle) -PL Mount -T1.4 to T22 Aperture Range -Geared Focus and Iris Control Rings -Internal Focus Design (Cam Focus) -Shares Gear Position Across Lens Set -300° Focus Rotation -95mm Front Diameter ULTRA-HIGH OPTICAL PERFORMANCE FOR DIGITAL & FILM CAMERAS WITH COVERAGE FOR 35MM CINE & DIGITAL Patent-Pending Multi-Aspheric Optical Design Very High Resolution Extremely High Contrast Exceptionally Low Chromatic Aberration (full image) High Relative Illumination (minimal shading) Unmated Flat-Field Illumination across the Entire Frame High Relative Illumination (minimal shading) Even Image Quality over the Field of View Even Image Quality throughout the Focus Range Linear Iris with Closed Position Front and Rear Filter Capability USER-FRIENDLY FOCUS SCALE ADVANCES Patent-Pending Small Diameter Focus Scale, with: Expanded Focus Mark Spacing in Critical Focus Range Constant Focus Mark Spacing All Lenses in Critical Focus Range COMPACT, LIGHTWEIGHT ERGONOMIC DESIGN Small Diameter and Short Length Lightweight 1.6-1.8kg (3.5-4.0 lbs). Rugged Titanium Lens Mount Distinct Titanium Finish Easy to Handle, Transport & Store
  4. FOR SALE Fujinon ZK4.7X19 19-90mm T2.9 Cabrio Premier PL Lens ASKING $27,000.00 BARELY USED! Call Tel. 843-554-7811 Text 917-499-9596 or Emails barbara@newprovideo.com (1st Generation!) Features •PL Mount 19-90mm Zoom Lens •T2.9 Maximum Aperture with 9 Iris Blades •31.5mm Diameter Image Circle •Removable ENG-style Digital Drive •Standard 0.8 Film Pitch Gears •Power and Control Connections to Camera •LDS and /i Technology Lens Data •200 Degree Focus Rotation •Macro Focus Function •Flange Focal Distance Adjustment cabrio1990-1.bmp
  5. Hello everyone, We are conducting a study on ILCs (Interchangeable Lens Cameras) In New York and are looking for people to participate. Currently we need some cinematographers who use DSLR and/or CSC cameras. We especially need CSC users. If you have friends that could also participate please share this information. It will be a 2 hour Focus Group Discussion and if you take part we will compensate your time by $150. A focus group discussion is where we invite a group of people to talk about their experiences with a certain product, in this case ILCs. We would like to speak to you to find out how we can improve upon our products. However, there are a few criteria that you must meet to take part: • Owner and user of an ILC DSLR or CSC; • Aged between 25-50; • Must own at least 2 lenses for main system (excluding bundle/kit lenses); • Must have purchased a lens within the last 2 years. If you meet the above criteria, it is very likely that you will qualify for our study. If interested, please fill out our pre-survey in the link below. If you qualify, we will reach out to you with an invitation to take part in our focus group.https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZP89GMW Many thanks in advance.
  6. Pretty much as the topic states. I've never used the FF5 with the CN-Es but I need to know if it can clear them. I appreciate any help I can get. Thanks!
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