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Dan Banici

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  1. The footage from this lens looks decent, very "cinematic" but it carries the inconvenience of having to work with a smaller anamorphic to get your close-up and medium shots.
  2. I'm using the Vivitar 75-260mm with step up ring 67-72 and the Vid-Atlantic XL clamp. Indeed, inconvenient and extremely heavy to use. It looks impressive and it is the subject of talks and questions, but as I've been at it for a while now, and I made more mistakes than anyone reading the EOSHD guide ever should (sorry, just stubborn) I now have two EOS cameras with identical 135mm lens and Ishico Proskars and step-down adapters (no clamp required) for two camera shoots. The huge lens was unable to focus close, but with the 135mm and Proskar at 2 meter distance I get an extreme close-up.
  3. Andrew's guide is absolutely fantastic. I got my hands on this huge Kollmorgen-Kosaka 298 before I bought the EOSHD Anamorphic guide, and I had to frankenstein a way to make it work; this is what i ended up with, and it works decent. The front of the M42 Yashica Yashinon / Vivitar lens matches within 1-2 mm the back diameter of the Kollmorgen anamorphic lens, so I can use full zoom range with no corner artifacts. [img]http://www.eoshd.com/comments/uploads/inline/21053/503da498aa33d_S1370018.jpg[/img]
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