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  1. Hey everybody, I'm considering investing in a 12mm cine lens for my BMPCC and while browsing I've come across the Kowa Prominar Micro Four Thirds lenses. They don't have geared focus rings, but do feature both F-stops and T-stops interestingly enough. Does anybody have experience with these lenses? All the footage and photos I've seen from them are quite lovely, but would they really be worth the extra money I might spend on them versus, say, a Rokinon or SLR Magic cine lens?
  2. Please email sales@broadcastsolutions.com for pricing and details. For Sale : Cooke SK4 S16 6mm & 12mm
  3. Hello, I am looking for a Zeiss superspeed mk3 , 12mm. Let me know,
  4. Please email sales@broadcastsolutions.com for pricing and details. Cooke SK4 S16 6mm T2 Lens Cooke SK4 S16 12mm T2 Lens
  5. Hi everyone, I have written/directed a short film last year and as I'm approaching the production of my new short film, I would like to hear some experts options about the look of my film. This was a one-man-crew project and therefore I didn't have the resources/time to hire a DP at the time and I would like to hear some opinions of how can I improve my visual storytelling skills. I am aware of many of the errors I have made in my short but I'm not going to bring up my point of view as I would much prefer to hear some "fresh" observations. Thanks in advance for taking the time to analyze this. PS: feel free to comment on anything about this short but I'm mostly interested in hearing opinions about: cinematography and coverage(if that's a separate category at all). Thank you, MH Password is: 11112222
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