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  1. Hi all, I'll get right into it: I'm new to the world of cine film and definitely new to the super 8 world (not new to the film photography world, or digital cine world), but I'm looking to get into it and pick a super 8 camera up. I'm a uni student studying fashion image making and my current module is about fashion film, and making our own short film. For a while i've wanted to experiment with shooting a film similar to the Wong Kar Wai film "Fallen angels", specifically all the ULTRA wide shots used throughout, from my own research, was an 8.6mm lens, but on 35mm. My main question and issue while researching for this idea myself, is whats a good way to achieve this in super 8 format? from what i understand, most super 8 cameras have a fixed lens, so very little interchangeability, and the models that do have interchangeable lenses are pretty pricey (at least for a uni student 😅), I've also not come across any lenses or adapters that can get me down to the focal length I need. I have seen a few fisheye adapters about that would get me to a similar focal length, but I'd rather a lens/ adapter thats rectilinear, not a big fan of the fish eye effect, but if its all thats available, i can work with it. Has anyone done any thing similar? if so what was your setup? Any recommendations of cheaper super 8 cameras that either have an ultra wide lens, or that would take a lens/ adapter? Thanks for your help, and apologies for how long this is.
  2. For Sale : ARRI UWZ 9.5-18mm T2.9 Ultra Wide Zoom PL, FT $36,000.00 US Excellent Condition Includes: Lens Support Foot, Support Post, Zoom Stick, Zoom Stick Bracket, 134mm Front Lens Cap, 156mm Lens Cap, Lens Hood, 156mm Lens Hood, Jason Case
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