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  1. Hi everybody, I was reading a previous issues of "Film and Digital Times" and I came across a portion in wich the editor ask one of the lens engeneers behind the signature primes: -Q: "What happens with a large format lens like a signature prime on a Super 35mm camera like an Alexa SXT?" -A: "The LF lens looks the same as the S35 lens. An 18mm LF lens on the S35 camera looks just like an 18mm S35 lens on the S35 camera" Maybe I lack of knowledge, but I thought we were going to get a narrower field of view. So following the same logic for example if I put a 50mmn Master prime on an Arri 416 plus my lens would give me the same FOV as, for example, a 50mm Ultra 16 prime. I'm really confused about what happens when we put a bigger format lens on a smaller format sensor. Thanks in advance!
  2. Starting out as Original Cine in 1989 renting 16mm and 35mm film equipment from a small cottage in Albert Park, The Vision House has been built on years of industry experience to become a premier boutique rental house based in Port Melbourne, Australia. Since its inception The Vision House has been growing every year with our inventory constantly being updated. We now offer a range of digital cameras including the Red Monstro Vista Vision, Red Weapon 8k, RED Gemini 5k, Alexas – Mini, Amira & SXT, Canon C700 Full Frame (PL Mount), Canon C200 (EF Mount) as well as the Phantom Miro LC320S high speed camera. Also offered is a large range of lenses including Canon L Series, Canon CN-E, Zeiss Compact Primes, Zeiss Super Speeds, Zeiss Standards, Zeiss Supremes, Arri/Zeiss Ultra Primes, Cooke S4i, Cooke 5i, Cooke Anamorphics, Leica M0.8s, Leica Summicrons, rehoused Mamiya 645 (PL Mount) and Kowa Anamorphic Lenses (Rehoused by P&S Technik and the new Evolution Series). In addition to prime lenses The Vision House also has numerous zoom lenses including the majority of the Angenieux Optimo range as well as various Zeiss zooms - covering both S35 and Full Frame/Vista Vision. An extensive range of support equipment is available that compliments the camera and lens inventory including tripods (from Ronford Baker to O’Connor), Remote Heads (Arri SRH-3 - Stabilised & PowerPod Classic - Non Stabilised), Gimbal Systems (Arri MAXIMA), filters, lighting as well as a range of camera accessories. Our aim at The Vision House is to provide the best equipment possible for you based on your specific job. Our long association with the Melbourne film and commercial industry coupled with our previous production house experience has enhanced our knowledge base, allowing us to offer informed advice to new and existing customers. http://www.thevisionhouse.com.au 195 Rouse Street, Port Melbourne Victoria, Australia, 3207 ph: +61 3 9676 2732 email: rentals@thevisionhouse.com.au
  3. Hello guys, I am in the process of building my kit and I would like to ask for your advice. I want to reach the most cinematic look while maintaining maximal portability and reasonable budget. So far I was using GH5 with 25mm Voigtlander lens and right now I am thinking of either getting also 10 and 42mm to complete my set or going full frame and getting old Contax Zeiss supers. I like how Voigtlanders work with light, but sometimes I feel I could get more filmic results with vintage lenses (for example with my old Hellios that I am sometimes using). I would like to hear your opinion about Contax Zeiss that are highly praised. As far as body goes. I like that GH5 can record 442 10bit internal and don't know about any full frame in the same size and price range that could do same. With modern fast and wide mft lenses, full frame kinda looses it's point, what do you think?
  4. Pictures available via email request. Canon K35/FD Prime Lens Set of 7 = $265,000 ***Rehoused by True Lens Services*** - Includes: 14mm T2.8, 18mm T1.5, 24mm T1.6, 35mm T1.4, 55mm T1.4, 85mm T1.4, & 135mm T2.0
  5. selling a complete set 28mmt stop 2.8 Distagon T no.6170xxx 35mmt stop 2.8 Distagon T no.5851xxx 50mmt stop 1.4 Planar T no.9176xxx 85mmt stop 1.4 Planar T no.7227xxx 100mmt stop 2 Planar T no.6309xxx imperialmarkings 100mm for clip-on mattebox front and rear caps Pelicancase 1520 modified PLmount completelyrehoused with focus ring and stop ring Pelican case 1520 modified locatedin Switzerland PRICE 10900 USD OBO plus shipping Paymentmethod: wire transfer, cash or paypal. Buyer pays an extra 3% onagreed upon price if using paypal. Shipping:Buyer pays shipping. Willing to arrange pick-up in middle europe area insteadof shipping. Alllenses are in excellent optical and working condition. No haze, NoFungus, No Scratches. www.arielsalati.com email:arielsalati@hotmail.com
  6. Hey guys. Check out this nice article about this full frame lens phenomenon we're seeing in 2017. If anyone was at NAB or followed it, you know how big full frame lenses have become this year. We sat down with Matt Duclos of Duclos Lenses and Mark LaFleur of Old Fast Glass to discuss what this means and where we're heading in cinema. http://blog.sharegrid.com/blog/why-full-frame-lenses-expose-the-future-of-cinema-cameras
  7. Hi all, So I'm running into a little problem, and am a little confused. Basically, I'm having trouble choosing between a FF 35mm DSLR (Canon 6D) versus APS-C DSLRs (Canon Rebels, Canon 7D). I'm very inclined into choosing the Full Frame format because of the of the 35mm mount lenses and the distortion factor problems with cropped sensors. But I'm still not sure, because, as I'm trying to match the film look, the S35mm format rings in my head and I get confused. What would be closer to what I want? Keeping the APS-C sensors size? or upgrading to FF? Please excuse if my question seems ignorant to you, I'm only 17 and still in my first years as a student. Thanks for your feedback, - Jules.
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