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  1. The time has come for me to part with my treasured Sony Cinealta F35 camera. This is a legendary camera used in many visually stunning feature films like Tron Legacy, Transformers Dark of the Moon, Real Steel, and one of my personal favorites, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia. To this day the Sony F35 produces one of the most filmic images of any camera thanks to its 4.5K (12.4 megapixel) CCD sensor, global shutter, film-like highlight rolloff and vast color spectrum. I have spent a long time finding the right camera and all the components, some extremely rare, that make up this complete, top
  2. Let’s the the usual talk out of the way. Yes I know PV is PV, but I have see. These EVFs in the wild since after Panavision threw them out. Heck I have even seen two PV genesis is private possession. With that known. I am looking for the Panavision EVF for the F35. I have been looking at aftermarket ones as well, but seems they aren’t worth the effort. //C
  3. For sale: Sony F35 package complete package - $6400 - Sony F35 body (low hours: 1130) - Custom Nikon F mount (use any Nikon F lens that has manual aperture) - Sony interface box (for 12 bit 4444 output) - Gold mount battery plate - Panavision top handle - Rokinon 50mm T1.5 Nikon lens - Camtree 19mm / 15mm sliding baseplate - Set of 15mm rods - Odyssey 7Q 12-bit Recorder - Record 12-bit 4444 and 50p! - Cine Cam 7Q adjustable Arm - (2) 512gb Convergent Design SSD's (for Odyssey 7Q) - (2) short BNC cables - (2) long BNC cables - D-tap power cable for 7Q - (1) SSD to USB3 reader -
  4. Hey guys, If you’re reading this ad, you might be familiar with the F35’s recent resurgence thanks to the wonders of modern external recorders. The sensor is just gorgeous, a 5k CCD with a global shutter (so you never need to worry about rolling shutter skew again), beautiful colour science, and highlight handling that’s still only topped by the Arri Alexa. I generally rate the camera at 400 ISO, but am happy with it up to 800 ISO (which is basically equivalent to the Red Dragon with the Skintone/Highlight OLPF). I recently returned from shooting a Bollywood feature with it over in Ind
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