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  1. Hi everyone. I was wondering if it could be optically possible to adapt an SR3 original eyepiece, designed to cover the super16 format, to an Arriflex SR1 (super16 converted) viewfinder. Do anyone know if it could be relatively easy to replace the sr3 eyepiece's mount and eventually recycling an old sr1 eyepiece's mount to let it compatible with that? What problems should I face and how could I do? Thanks
  2. Hi! I'm looking for the P+S Technik Rodenstock 25mm Super Wide Angle eyepiece or a 35 bl eyepiece for my Arriflex SR super16 converted. Does anyone have any to sell? Thanks
  3. $150 Very convenient item to have if you own an Arri 2C or 3C or 16S or 16M or 16BL or 16SR. The rubber eyecup (in v. good condition) has a spring so when you take your eye away from it, two doors inside the eyepiece close, blocking light and preventing you from accidentally flashing your film while rolling. Diopter adjusts and locks normally. Cosmetics are ok for the age. Glass is pretty clean - a couple of schmutz marks on the inside of the "rear" element as you can see in one of the pictures. Not visible when looking at an image. Located in Brooklyn, NY. Thanks for looking.
  4. Element Technica EVF Leveler Package -- $350 Shipped for Set - ET Eyepiece Leveler - $175 - RED EVF BOMB Viewfinder Extension - $175 (O'Connor bracket in photo not included) PM with offers mbentgroup + gmail
  5. Hey all, So I contacted Pro8mm about the picture below featuring a dual eyepiece from a 4008. They said it was a custom customer accessory and they didn't have or know how to find these. Anyone out there know where to get one of these things?
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