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  1. Hey. Selling off the Bosses Schneider Xenon FF 5 Set - 25 - 35- 50 - 75 and 100mm. In pristine Condition. All work perfect with no dust nor scratches. Located in LA for about another week. Thanks and contact me anytime for serious inquires. Looking for $11k cash deal for the quick sale. Thanks 4045667440
  2. We own a set of Schneider Xenon FF Prime lenses. Our lenses are PL mount but for an upcoming shoot we will need to use the lenses on a Canon DSLR. We purchased the mount conversion kit from Schneider to put an EF mount on but no instructions. It's seems straight forward enough but it would still be nice to hear if anyone has experience doing this. Biggest question is how many shims to use. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Ray
  3. These lenses are in excellent pristine condition, free of scratches, haze, fungus or dust. Each comes with a PL adapter (note: this adapter can be easily removed or installed with a hex key (adjustment will need to be made for exact flange focal depth of camera). It is currently on lightly since I only had a PL rear cap). 35mm: http://www.ebay.com/itm/331828447547 Note: I do not have a front cap for this lens -- the lens has been stored with the front covered with lens tissue. Will ship it securely. S/N: 8902506 50mm: http://www.ebay.com/itm/331828440881 S/N: 7431726 75mm: http://www.ebay.com/itm/331828444183 There is a ~1mm scratch on the front element directly in the center. I couldn't get it to resolve in these pictures and it certainly has no effect on the images this lens produces, which have been gorgeous. Otherwise free of scratches, haze, fungus or dust. S/N: 6827745
  4. Hi, I'm not a cinematographer but I own 4 lenses that was use by the Swedish Televison. I'm about to sell the but need to know what mount they have. Anyone who can help out on this for me? Schneider Curtagon 35mm 2.8 Schneider Xenon 50mm 2 Schneider Xenon 75mm 2 Schneider Xenotar 150mm 2.8
  5. Let me start by saying I just got this Arriflex SR1 about a month ago. I'm a newb. I just got my first lens for it this week. I bought this Schneider Kreuznach Xenon 1:1,9 / 16 Arriflex lens and I can't get it to focus. The SR1 I have has a bayonet mount. The lens I bought is a standard mount. But I can see where there is a little slot in the back of the lens that the tab inside the lens mount slides into. So I got it on and just can't seem to get the thing to focus. I tried focusing from wide open to 5.6. It is better the more I stop down but still not really in focus. I move the little wings to adjust the distance and still no luck. What am I doing wrong? I have 6 bolex lenses for my bolexes and using those are a piece of cake and I've shot (and developed) 10 rolls of film with them so far. The arriflex lens doesn't seem like rocket science but maybe I'm missing something or need to send the lens back. Or maybe I'm not focusing the SR1 correctly. Should I focus the viewfinder without the lens first? Thanks.
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