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  1. 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
  2. hello all, I'm planning on purchasing a k3 tomorrow and was curious about mounting Leica M lenses on it via a Leica M - M42 adaptor, since I already own an M mount lens for another camera. I know M lenses generally don't work on systems with a mirror because they're built for rangefinders, but I've found an adaptor online that claims focus-to-infinity as a feature (without a lens element in the adapter). http://www.ebay.com/itm/Leica-M-mount-Lens-To-M42-Camera-Adapter-Ring-/320834255081?_trksid=p2054897.l4275 I'm skeptical but frankly don't know enough about lens adapting to go through with the purchase without further research. Has anyone tried to mount an M lens of a K-3? Thanks for the help!
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