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  1. I very much love my CP-16. I found at an incredibly low price a Arri B/standard to CP mount adapter - it's the unit that Visual Products sold a while back. So, where have all the Arri B/Standard mount lenses gone? I'm looking to build a prime kit. I would like to find a normal or wide to start with, 25mm or 18mm or so. For that matter, where are all of the CP primes? I'm totally open to using Russian glass as well, provided I don't need to completely rehouse the lenses. For those that might be tempted: No, I would rather not sell my cp-16 and buy (insert name of "better" camera
  2. $400 OBO. This mount adapter lets you mount an older Arri Standard mount or Arri Bayonet mount lens on a PL mount camera. This is the much more complex type with two spring-loaded push buttons for release, and is compatible with lenses like old Cooke Speed Panchros in Arri Standard mount. Those lenses need the holding tab that this adapter has to let you focus. Very easy to pop lenses in and out by just pressing two the side buttons. Les Bosher was known for making these, although I'm not sure who made this one. I bought this one from Visual Products about 9 years ago. Duclos sells
  3. Hi Guys, We are a production company based in Geneva, Switzerlan, and we've got a beautiful set of 6x Zeiss Standard Speed T2.1 to sell. Our set is immaculate and we've taken care of. We need to raise fund to buy a new set of lenses, that's why we sell it and we are very sad because we loved those glasses. Everything is perfect with them. The only thing to notice is that the 24mm is not hard PL but Arri B with an adapter. You can see on the pictures that the 40mm has a dust particle in the middle but it does not affect the image at all and it will be clean. Before the shipping to
  4. Today In class, my teacher told me that Rivas splicer was hollywood standard. Is this true? I swear I always heard Guillotine splicer was industry standard. Is this just a preference thing? I'm curious Thanks!
  5. Carl Zeiss Planar 85mm Standard Speed in PL Mount S/N: 67xxxxx -Great Condition -Very Clean Glass -Very Smooth Mechanics -No Scratches -No Fungus -No Haze -Minor paint loss on the body $4500
  6. Hello, I have 3 Cooke lenses in the Arriflex Standard mount. The lenses are all in good shape with nice optics and smooth movement on focus and aperture rings. Cooke Kinetal 9mm - $600usd + Shipping Cooke Kinetal 25mm - $700usd + Shipping Cooke Speed Panchro Series II 50mm - $3100usd + Shipping The 9mm and 25mm include front caps only, the 50mm includes only a rear cap. I am open to an offer on all 3 together.
  7. For sale is an Arriflex / Carl Zeiss Standard Speed 40mm T2.1 Mark II PL mount cinema lens. This lens has had very little use and the condition shows. No scratches, marks, oil leaks, or any other possible issues. Just an excellent, near mint condition lens. The 40mm focal length is quite rare. Price is $4500 FIRM. Located in Los Angeles. Thanks for looking!
  8. Angenieux Zoom Type 4x17.5B - 17.5-70mm F 2.2 With Arri Standard Mount (Comes with an adapter to M4/3) Asking Price $670 which I feel is fair The lens is used of course serial number 1211645 Has some superficial marks on the rear element, no fungus or marks on the inside lens. The iris blades are a shinny, no oil marks. The focus barrel has no play and is very easy to turn, might be a downside to some people the zoom feels butter smooth and the iris does not click. The adapter is fine but if you wanted to you could get a better one from ebay or something, but it does the job. I b
  9. Hi, Does anyone know of the cheapest place to buy Double 8MM film in the UK? I've looked around various places but it's all in the £25+ for 25ft of Black and White. I've noticed on B&H in the states it's cheap as hell, and would work out at about £7 in UK pounds. Why is it so expensive over here? Am I missing something? Thanks, Andrew.
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