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Test of the Angenieux 12-120mm with BMPCC

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Hi everyone,


I just shot a quick test of the old baby, wow i really like that lens ! The range, the sharpness (some of last indoor shots are 120mm and remain well sharp) the colors, how the lens retain light,...


With good lighting and color correction i think this glass is really nice !



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Thank you ! It was F4 or F5.6 can't remember exactly, and all indoor shots were wide open.

 

On this lens the 12-30mm range vignett' a bit, so i applied a 1.08 zoom/crop for these outdoor shot ^^

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Being as I'm pondering ancient Nikons - even the 60s ones with the immensely large maximum aperture and the three-stop vignetting - I have to ask:

 

At what point does "crap" become "a look"?

 

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I've got the Angenieux 10-150, and I can't figure out if I want to have the mount changed, or just buy the adapter.... I really like mine, it's one of the better I believe.

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At what point does "crap" become "a look"?

 

Art direction + lighting + optics + taste = 'Look.' Any of those factors (including optics) may be 'crap.' The only variable that must be 'good' in order to achieve a successful 'Look' is taste.

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The only variable that must be 'good' in order to achieve a successful 'Look' is taste.

 

Couldn't have said it any better, Sat.

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... Which is entirely in the eye of the beholder.

 

Oh I give up, this is all a bit too much like hard work!

Hence all the quotation marks. But I guess I missed your point?

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