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  1. Up for grabs is an excellent super 16 or micro 4/3 prime lens: The zeiss super speed 25mm t1.3, in PL mount Hate to part ways with it, it really is an amazing lens. No scratches, great overall condition. Bought from Visual Products this summer, looking at 1250 US$ for it, plus shipping. Images: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kE0DScl5SHIVqnI3HYi58Sqgc3hvZHJN Also have a super wide kinoptik 5.7mm in PL mount, taking offers on this one. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1e4WUZfFNWzAnBGbXM_ZNR7tuMWDS1OCz
  2. According to Larry Smith's interview on American Cinematographer : Kubrick framed Eyes Wide Shut in the standard 1.85:1 format, primarily using a set of Zeiss Superspeed T1.3 spherical prime lenses, but occasionally opting to employ Arri’s T2.1 variable prime lenses or a zoom. (...) The results of the two-stop force-development are clearly evident in the film’s FIRST major setpiece (...) The scene was lit almost entirely with a huge wall of ordinary Christmas lights (...) " They were very low-wattage (...) The effect is obviously enhanced by the force-developing, which made the lights ap
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