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Even better than the last post. The Crown Jewels for sale here. Mint condition iscorama pre 36 Cinegon with dog schidt optics 58mm custom taking lens. Brand new condition.By Hunterj11
See my last post on the Isco 54 to read my offensive pre-amble to these lens sales. Kisses
Ebay auction ends in 24hrs. Link at bottom of post.
Super expensive over priced mint condition Iscorama pre 36 Cinegon Anamorphic Lens with redstan clamp and custom made dog schidt optics pl mount 58mm spherical taking lens. Absolute mint condition. You'll never see this again because nothing like it exists on this plane of existence. Yes it's way overpriced and you can't afford it so don't buy it because I'm an idiot for even thinking of selling the jewel of the Nile. Set for 24hr auction cause I'm desperate for fast cash. Likely to greedily out it back in my safe tomorrow morning once no one bids on it because I'm so so stupid for trying to sell it. If you are drooling and have ridiculous sums of disposable money then make my nightmare a reality and buy my most favorite beautiful precious lens I've ever owned. This thing is so nice. If you have the cash it's impossible for you to be anything but head over heals in love with it at first sight. Good luck. Damn you.
Link to auction at bottom of post. If you want to tell me about how this is overpriced and blah blah blah save it and don't message me with your sad whiny comments. Sorry to roll in hot here but every time I let the anamorphic community know I'm selling a super rare expensive item I get bombarded by a bunch of little cry baby failures who can't afford to buy precision high end gear and so they post complaints about the pricing or the injustice of me selling amazing gear that they can't afford because they are smug little losers without money living in their parents basement obsessively refreshing message board pages just waiting to spew forth their venomous vitriol thinly masking their self hatred and depression regarding the pathetic state of their sad boring failure of a life. Save your stupid selfish thoughts for your Mommy cause she's the only one who cares to listen to Mommy's special angel.
Ok now that that's over with....I'm selling the nicest damn iscorama 54 lens you'll ever see ever. 24hr auction. Act fast. Here are the details kiddos:
You'll never ever see an iscorama 54 MC in this good of condition. It is flawless mint condition.
I'm putting this up for 1 day only. Bidding starts at 6k. Some will tell me that that's too expensive. I'm of the opinion that it's worth at least 7500$ in this type of shape. How this lens is in practically brand new condition being somewhere in the order of 50 years old is perplexing. This should be in a museum.
This auction is for one day. If it doesn't sell I might put it back on the shelf and keep it....not sure honestly what I'll do if it doesn't sell by tomorrow morning. I'm already regretting doing this but I need to raise 20k asap for a non gear related issue so I'm in lunatic liquidation mode.
I can't stress this enough....this thing is a work of art. So beautiful.
On top of that I have a ridiculously rare iscorama pre 36 cinegon version that is also in mint condition and paired with a custom "Richard Gale Optics" 58mm Arri PL mount taking lens specifically engineered for the iscorama cinegon. It's equally a work of art so if you are interested in that as well check out my auction page.
Comes with a redstan clamp and follow Focus gear. Original box included as well. No Caps unfortunately but I assure you I'll find some other roughly fitting Caps to put on to protect the glass during shipping.
Good luck and bring your checkbooks to the party. Lets do this.
Selling this on eBay and the auction ends soon. Incredibly rare Isco anamorphic lens with a 2x squeeze. The glass is phenomenal and I'm not sure what it was originally housed in but the original owner repurposed this and added a professional interna l Iris stage which I've never seen done on any other anamorphic adapter lenses. I'm told the original owner did all this in order to use it as an optical printer lens for making film prints and for occasional use in telecine machines. It was chosen because they needed outstanding sharpness and the highest end optical performance since they were using it to make prints of films and needed close to zero artifacting or generational degradation.
Used as an anamorphic shooting lens and paired with a sharp spherical taking lens this thing is unparalleled. Never seen anything like it and I doubt you'll see another one out there for sale ever again. No clamps or Caps Included. Just one gorgeous hunk of glass in a gorgeous elegant housing
I have posted this on facebook as well. Here's all the info:
There's a nice set of s35 primes I found to go with my iscorama, and I need some extra cash to fund it, so I'm about to make a heart-tearing decision to sell my super nice anamorphic setup.
This is single focus.
Isco s8 2x, Distagon, Rangefinder, clamps and a rail mount.
Anamorphic lens – Isco s8, clean glass, no makrs/scratches/fungus, comes in original ISCORAMA SET box. Modded to infinity (I made a tutorial about how to do it here https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=dmMiuMFQSuU ) Barrel of the lens is scratched where all the clamps attach, you can only see it when clamps are off.
Taking lens – CY Contax Zeiss Distagon 28 2.8, with green aperture mark (german-made) in like-new condition. Glass is clean, not a mark on it.
Distagon has an adapter for micro 4/3, but it's wobbly and I would suggest getting a more expensive one if you will not use rail support.
On the front is SLRmagic rangefinder, no witness marks. I bough it from HonKong before they were available in stores, paid $500 to be one of the first people to use it. One cool thing about it is that the 77mm back can be detached, and it reveals the 82 mm threads, which is what more expensive versions have. Not sure if it's standard for all of them or if it's some sort of a pre-production batch. So you can put it closer to the front of the anamorphic adapter, and save a couple of precious millimeters to avoid vignetting. I've never experienced any image softening with this one. Images have virtually same sharpness with the adapter on/off, only slight color change due to blue coating.
Two custom made clamps with bunch of spare thumb screws – these were made specifically for the isco, so they fit it really nice. They are made of aluminum, so are lightweight, but have much thicker bodies then anything you can find on the market, including redstan stuff (tho they are not anodized and don't look as good). Clamps are real heavy-duty, I used this setup with follow focus and there's no way these would ever move/loose grip/mess up your alignment.
Isco has a black original clamp/ring mounted to the rail support bracket, it provides great support, and feels very solid. I never had any issues with this setup, and always used it on rails with follow focus.
Camera in the images is not included.
Video shot with this setup – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Fei_iTi_oQ&t=1s
Flares and portraits – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0H0LG7vxpM
Portrait and bokeh, early test – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNSYqH589kc
Focusing test – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2pgHOeF2Jk
I am looking to get offers, lens will ship from Ukraine via DHL or FedEx, buyer pays for shipping. Strictly paypal, shipping to paypal address only.