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For sale brand new Angenieux 12-120 f/2.2 (Cameflex) with MFT adapter

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I'm selling my Angenieux 12-120 cine zoom. Perfect lens for Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, Panasonic GH2 / GH3 / Digital Bolex / SI2K. Lens is in great condition, glass crystal clear. Comes with front and read caps. Has MFT mount adapter (original mount is Cameflex). I bought it for 200 in Paris last summer, plus 80 for custom adapter. Selling for 150 because I don't use it anymore.


Pick up from London, UK or postage within UK or EU. Thank you.

 

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I also have a lot of M42 mount lenses and LOMO anamorphic lenses in new condition. Let me know if you're interested.

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Vadim,

Have you tested that yourself or is that from general knowledge, what others have said?

If you tested it yourself, how much difference did focus distance and f stop make?

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I haven't tested myself as I don't own a camera that it can be used with. That's the reason for sale, otherwise I'd keep it. Read carefully description.

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Hi. The zoom is standard 16 then and not super 16mm would that be correct? Also the footage looks very soft, is this compression on youtube or the lens? Thanks. Albi

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I used that lens on a short and it is a bit soft.

Thanks!

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I used that lens on a short and it is a bit soft.

 

I've had two of those lenses and both where like night and day. The first one was so soft, I could hardly determine when I was in focus or when I wasn't. The one I have now is much sharper and is about as sharp through the viewfinder as my Ultra T prime was. I think it depends on the individual lens with these.

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They could have been manufactured at drastically different times during the company's tenure. I know the one I used was an older one. It came out with a fine image, but it would not be my first choice for a zoom unless I wanted that soft quality.

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Thanks guys, Ill probably give it a miss as tempting as it is! Now how about the Angenieux 20-120 mm T2.9? Any thoughts or should I use a different section for this?

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