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  1. Hi all, I recently did some minor tests with a handful of Super 16 zoom lenses on my BMPCC4K in the 2.6K S16 crop mode. I was finding that whilst sharping up at the longer focal lengths is no problem, when I pulled out to the wider end everything became a bit soft and I couldn't find the focus. At first I thought that it was just that the focus was so deep at the softness was part of the look of the lens but in hindsight I tested mostly at T5.6 so I'm starting to think the flange distance was just off. I have shims for my PL-MFT adapter but I didn't get the chance to try them out. Any lens specialists that know a bit more on this subject - from what I'm describing, does this just sound like a flange distance issue? And if so - how do you know if the lens needs to be closer or further away from the sensor? Obviously my shims will allow me to make minor extensions of the flange distance but I have no way of bring the back element closer. If you've made it this far, thanks for taking the time to read! Any feedback is appreciated.
  2. SALE ITEM and LOCATION CANON 7 - 63 w/ PL mount located in Bangkok, Thailand DESCRIPTION serial No:: 911006D This lens was part of a kit for S16 I have been collecting over the years, and it was no small task to source it in these conditions (I had to go through many duds before getting to this jewel). The Canon 7 - 63 really needs no presentation, it's the successor the much acclaimed "The Hurt Locker" zoom lens Canon 8 - 64. Most likely it's one of the best zoom lenses ever made for Super 16. Shall you want to dig it further, have a look here http://cinematechnic.com/resources/optics_for_super-16 Focus, zoom and aperture run smoothly all the way, no sticky bits. Both the front and the back glass have no fungus, no scratches, no marks. I can spot some dust here and there in the elements but nothing I would consider worthy of consideration. Cosmetically please see pics. I would personally rate this lens to be in excellent cosmetic conditions, especially considering its age. Lens has been always kept in an A/C, non-smoking room. Hard to let this baby go, it really is a RARE item - but I need to make different business investments. TERMS PAYPAL OR BANK WIRE ONLY. Buyer pays shipping, fees & import duties (if any). I have tons of positive feedback on Ebay shall you want to look me up. Item ships Worldwide. PRICE 4500$ for the lens CONTACT PM me please IMAGES https://drive.google.com/open?id=1yn...3hMknbMAKnW89h
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