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  1. Sorry that it has taken so long to get this pic up guys. Anyway I wasn't sure what reserve to put on this or even if ebay was the best place for it. I shot two short films with this gear and it was a lot of fun but I haven't used it for over a year now so i'm going to sell it. Should I break it down and sell it apart or would it be better to sell it all together?
  2. It's a 3 week long sales pitch. I will return next weekend with more time and a bit of broadband. *bows as curtains close*
  3. Tried uploading a photo from the iPhone. Too big apparently. 500kb max. FML.
  4. Hi guys, I am selling this lens plus a redstan adaptor and Tokina 0.4 achromatic lens. I'll post more pics tmrw night when I'm home and have a decent connection. (RAF base in the middle if nowhere atm).
  5. I have one of these. I had a chat with Tony at the time when I was buying a clamp and diopter. He is right. It is dual focus and particularly nice but not like Andrews single focus anomaly. I shot these on it with a 550D and 50mm: http://vimeo.com/60304345 and http://vimeo.com/59578037
  6. In my rather Lazy quest to wring every last mm out of my dual focus Centavision. I found this little lovely: [color=#333333][font=Trebuchet, 'Trebuchet MS'][size=5][b]Voigtlander ULTRON 40mm F2.0 SL II N Aspherical for Nikon. [/b][/size][/font][/color] Now, I normally use a Nikon 50mm ais pancake (mounted on my 550D) as the taking lens. It's fantastic, not a hint of vignette. Buuuut, I have recently mounted the Centavision on a Nikon 35mm ais and vignetting appears but only very slightly. My question: Would the extra 5mm on the voightlander eliminate this vignette and leave me with the widest possible lens for that particular anamorphic? Any thoughts from the gods of Anamorphia (Stan, Andrew)
  7. Not quite as beautiful this time. However it is a narrative piece. Shot with the Centavision on a Nikon 50mm this time. The Tokina +0.4 Doublet and one of Stan's clamps. Remember to pop it up to 1080p. !!LOTS OF PROFANITY. DO NOT WATCH IF EASILY OFFENDED!! [media]http://youtu.be/i1Jql4WjXsg[/media]
  8. I've only got the layman's explanation i'm afraid. In the upper centre box (where you view your footage) there are a set of three tabs in the bottom left. the very left one that says "Apply the transform effect" is the one you click on. Once you have clicked on that a set of blue dots will appear to surround your footage. From here you just grab onto the blue dot at the bottom centre and squeeze the pic back to the right size. It doesn't seem to be an exact science but I compress my image to about 52% to get it looking right. (I have a 2x lens). I hope this makes some sense.
  9. I keep thinking that with my Centavision (Kowa B&H) I could use a peachy little Nikon 35 1.4 Ais and get no vignette. Using a 50mm with my T2i is no worries so the 35mm should be ok.
  10. Shot with an Isco Centavision, a 50mm and one of Stan's clamps. 1080p. http://youtu.be/TNmGodaj_h4
  11. Hey Andrew. Great review. I was reading through the Anamorphic shooters guide and in the coverage/vignetting section it says that for the Kowa (I have a dual focussing Isco Centavision, the one with Kowa glass in it) that the coverage is 45mm on an APS-C. My question is does this 40mm change this. Can this be used with the Kowa?
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