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Hi, I have been looking everywhere and have found absolutely NOTHING on how to tear and and repair/lubricate old C and S mount cine lenses by Kodak and Schneider. These lenses aren't worth the cost of sending out, but are too expensive to toss. I'd love to learn how to work on them. If anyone has videos, manuals, advice or links to help, I'd be VERY grateful. John
hello guys, I’m shooting a project soon and due to a last minute problem I won’t be able to get the Cooke S4 lenses (on Arri Mini) I was asking for, and they are offering a LEICA-R kit instead: 19/2.8 ELMARIT-R 24/2.8 ELMARIT-R 35/1.4 SUMMILUX-R 50/1.4 SUMMILUX-R 80/1.4 SUMMILUX-R 100/2.8 ELMARIT-R - it's a KIT modified by DUCLOS As anyone of you shot with these LEICA already?I watched lots of videos and read many reviews and that’s what I want to work with if I don’t get the Cooke S4 (for the style of the story I want to avoid the sharpness of something like Zeiss for instance). I’d more than thankful if anyone has some personal opinion on these lenses. (also, do I need an adaptor, or are they on PL?) Thank you! Stefano
For Sale Arri / Zeiss Ultra Prime Lens Package Set of 5 (14,24,50,85 &180mm) I could not fit the 180mm lens picture Call 843-554-7811 Text 917-499-9596 or Emails firstname.lastname@example.org Asking $55,000.00 Ultra Prime lenses have the widest focal range of prime lenses giving you the flexibility to get the coverage you want. The Ultra Prime lenses are lightweight standard speed lenses that are a perfect optical match to the high speed Master Prime lenses. They have been developed in a cooperation of ARRI and Carl Zeiss. Arri and Carl Zeiss have created lenses which, for the first time, completely unite all main characteristics such as focus, contrast, color saturation, color uniformity and compactness together with the high speed T 1.9 rating, low aperture-induced focus shift and uniform pupil position.