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  1. For Sale : Canon CN-E 30-300mm T2.95 Lens EF Mount. $22,000 US
  2. Had this lens for 4 months, is as new and has all the original box and packaging. Purchased for a short, after less than 18 days use, its needs a new home. Its an amazing lens, super sharp and lightweight. You can see the Abelcine in depth review here: https://www.abelcine.com/articles/bl...-compact-zooms Asking $11,500. Based in LA. jon@backtoawake.com
  3. Preparing for a documentary shoot which will shoot in six locations, each with a different crew and DP. We're searching for a universal package that can get each unit matching as close as possible. Cameras are Sony FS7 across the board. For the most part, we'll be renting the Canon 15.5-47 or the 14.5-60 along with the Canon 30-105. However, in one of our locations, the only short zoom available is the Angenieux 15-40. My gut says that the Ang won't mesh well with the CN-E zooms, but it's been a few years since I've shot with the Ang and wanted a second opinion. Does anyone have experience matching the Angenieuxs to the CN-E zooms?
  4. Hello! I'm selling a Canon CN-E Lens that has only been used once. It is in mint condition, single owner, and it has been certified by AbelCine in New York. I am working with David Blaine Productions, we are currently in Los Angeles. List price on Adorama is $23,875.00 Asking price is only $16,000.00
  5. Hi Guys, I'm strongly considering moving from a set of CP.2 primes to a pair of compact zooms to speed things up on set (I'm generally shooting single-camera narrative, with a bit of commercial work here and there), and I was wondering if people could share their thoughts on the options out there at the moment. We seem a little spoilt for choice with 'affordable' compact zooms at the moment, there's: - Angenieux DPs 16-42mm and 30-80mm - Zeiss Compact Zooms 15-30mm, 28-80mm and 70-200mm - Arri Alluras 15-45mm and 30-80mm - Canon CN-Es 15.5-47mm and 30-105mm Each seems to have their pros and cons: - The Angies are lovely, but top out at 80mm. - The Zeisses cover vistavision, but 15-30mm is a bit limited and would require more frequent lens changes than other options, and as nice as having 28-200mm covered in just two lenses would be, I think I'd feel limited on the (28mm) wide end at times with that combo. - The Alluras seem nice, but a little clean/uninspiring optically for my tastes - The Canons cover the most appealing focal range of the lot, but their combination of warmth and high contrast seems like it would be hard to match with a set of conventional cine primes.
  6. Hello everyone. Has anybody had a chance to try out or test the new Canon CN-E cine lenses, primes and zooms? I'm in pre-production for a short film that I will shoot next month and I am strongly considering a set of these for the job. I will be testing them soon enough, but I would also like to hear if anybody has direct experience with them. Thanks.
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