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  1. For Sale : Canon K35 Lens Set. 18 T1.5, 24 T1.3, 35 T1.3, 55 T1.3 & 85mm T1.3. Original Housing. PL Mount. Imperial. Contact sales@broadcastsolutions.com for pricing and details.
  2. Hi All, I'm a new member but have been reading this forum for years. I'm a 25 year old budding cinematographer from South Africa. After fulfilling AC & operator roles across the spectrum for the past years, I've recently had the privilege to land work as a cinematographer and/or director on large release Music Videos & commercials. Basically I want to improve my personal rig to shoot more narrative passion projects. I have a great Contax Zeiss set but it has one problem. When shooting S35 format, the lenses wider than a 35mm don't perform well enough in terms of speed & range. They suit the full frame format well, but I feel I can do better for my personal, passion project rig comprising of a fuji X-t2. After doing a bit of research, I realised that a new Canon FD set might be right for me. I know they're also full frame lenses, but spec wise, they do perform better than the Contax Zeiss's on the wider side of things. I love the look of the K35 lenses and apparently the FD's might be something similar? I'm thinking of starting with the set of 20mm f2.8 24mm f2, 35mm f2, & 50mm f1.2L. In a nutshell, what's your take on using the FD lenses for narrative filmmaking and does anyone have advice on which ones to buy?
  3. 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
  4. Hey everyone! First time poster and relatively new member to the boards. Was trying to rack my brain around on this and figured it'd be worth a shot asking here. I'm preparing to direct/shoot a music video next weekend, and I need some advice on choosing a diffusion/beauty filter set. Plan is to shoot on the Alexa with a K-35 25-120mm Macro Zoom (as well as a 14mm Canon Optex if we really need the width). Utilizing HMIs and some Astras for the lighting package. I wanted to give the video an older film feel to the image, which I'm aiming to do via the lenses and using harder lighting via the larger HMIs. I also wanted to use some beauty/diffusion filters for the last touch, since I'm a big fan of in camera filtration as opposed to post. I'm currently torn between two choices, either the Soft FX series or the Mitchell Diffusion series. Now there are a TON of videos online which help show the effects of Soft FX, and to be frank it seems like a great choice for flattering the talent, while still mainting some sharpness (not to mention they don't seem to go super crazy with the halation around sources in frame). But since I wanted to give an older feel to this video, I thought about maybe going with some older vintage filters. This led me to learning about the Mitchell Diffusion series (Strengths A-E). I like the idea of using older diffusion filters, but I'm worried because for the life of me I cannot find any relevant info online about them, save for a really unsatisfactory test on Vimeo. I emailed Stan at the Filter Gallery here in NYC about it, and he mentioned that Soft FX has oval shaped lenslets, while the Mitchell series have a ripple effect. Has anyone ever used the Mitchell diffusion before? I'd love to hear some first had experiences with them, or if possible see something shot with them. Even some screen grabs will do. I'm going on Wednesday to check them out in person but I wanted to see if anyone here had any relevant info to share. Thanks!
  5. Hi. Looking for K35 single lenses and K35 zooms. Let me know if you have any for sale. Thanks so much!
  6. Need a 18mm k35 canon any condition as single. Gabriel
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