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Dear All Friends, One set of 2nd-hand Cooke Panchro/i T2.8 Lens for sales; The set including 18/25/32/50/75/100mm, price is USD38000. Pls e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if keen to buy, thanks!
32mm Cooke Speed Panchro (T2.3) For Sale. Arri Standard Mount. Serial Number starts with a 5. I also have a 75mm CSP that I'm selling, listed here separately. I'm asking USD $2,200 for this lens. Preference will be given if there's a buyer who wants to buy both lenses together. I popped it on my Panasonic S1H and unsurprisingly, it doesn't cover Full Frame (see portholing picture in the photo album). This is a Super 35 lens, although there's a bit of darkening at the edges noticeable on these S35 4:3 aspect ratio shots, but it's *barely* noticeable in 16:9, especially if you're not s
Set of 7 Cooke Speed Panchro (series 2). TLS Rehousing 18-25-32-40-50-75-100mm Set of 7 Cooke Panchro. All are in pristine condition, the set has been serviced by TLS This an exceptional set in perfect conditions. If you need more info or pictures you can contact us to email@example.com We are located in Spain
Hello guys! I'm thinking about purchasing a Cooke Panchro kit and re-housing it to use with my URSA MINI 4.6K. In my previous knowledge, I've always assumed that all PL lenses are possible to use on a EF camera if you use the right adapter, due to PL lenses have a bigger distance from the sensor then the EF. Which means it's not possible to do the other way around. But on some forum threads I've read that it's NOT possible to use the Cooke Panchro PL on an EF camera for some reason? Is this true? And why would that not be possible? Thank you! Johan