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  1. hey guys, I'm having trouble with the april 4th null pointer bug with the new build. I get the error message every time I install a newer 4k build after the april 4th (which is now known to have these bugs). I need someone to walk me through the process to remove the error. I've dumped my rom, I've formatted cards, I've cleared canon settings, I've done the battery pull... I still get the error message without fail. If I install the normal nightly build it works fine. I've read through the forum on ML but it is still unclear to me how to resolve it. I've tried contacting them on IRC like it s
  2. test test test... mine came out to be a 1.437x but works great when paired with 1920x1152. I process my timeline for 2754x1152 and you get a dead on 2.4.0. when de-squeezed.
  3. Here are a bunch of randoms... First 2 are Lomo, the rest are all iscorama pre36.
  4. yours focuses to 3ft?? mine only goes to 4ft.. whomp whomp... :(
  5. here is your chance buddy http://www.ebay.com/itm/Redstan-ISCO-Iscorama-Variable-Lens-Adapter-Brand-New-/271571274671?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f3ae8cbaf
  6. i saw a couple floating around on ebay a month or so ago. If anything check redstan's ebay store and see what he has up.. BTW this might be obvious news to you, but hey...
  7. Lucian a few months ago PM'ed be about the VD mod and vignetting questions.. I never posted my response publicly, but now I can see that many people are wondering the same questions / solutions, so I thought my 2 cents might be helpful for some readers... So here it is... Sooo, yes... VD mod does create more vignetting than the original pre36 isco does on its own. It does this no question. However there is a way to work around it. At first i was surprised to see the difference in many of my taking lenses i had used before i got the mod done, however it was only effecting picture
  8. My new workflow for proper aspect ratio: shoot at 1920x1152 desqueeze to 2754x1152 @ 1.435x for actual 2.39.1 (for Iscorama)
  9. I have to chime in here after reading a couple of these posts, especially this one quoted above... I've recently been shooting with my Isco pre 36 a lot lately, and I too started noticing that 1.5x made people look weird as well, it's just NOT right. To the point where I spent several hours one day and specifically shot stuff to test this theory. I came to a conclusion of 1.43x after many painstaking hours in photoshop doing photo comparisons of anamorphic vs non. And yes, the next question comes down to what aspect ratio to shoot at with such a strange aspect ratio as 1.43x, and get it as
  10. I've worked with a lot of people who use this as well.. It's called a blue streak filter. http://www.filtergallery.com
  11. I'd say it's about 2.5 times heavier, which personally I love cause the damn thing feels like a plastic toy in the original casing.
  12. So updating everyone here as I said I would. Got my lens back from vandiemen, and she's a beauty!! And I have to say, as much criticism as VD has got on their turn-around time, they not only did a great job on the build but also did exactly in the time frame they promised me. Couldn't recommend this upgrade enough for any Isco 36 or pre 36 owners. Takes a great lens and makes it the BEST!
  13. This is interesting and very true about lots of the equipment we "professionals" use.  Want to see something really scary?? (my best Dan Akroid voice from the twilight zone) No, but seriously??  Take that geiger reader and put next to / up to a wireless follow focus system such as the Bartech....   Get ready to run away very fast in the other direction. It's seriously scary how much unhealthy radiation that thing puts out, and any of the microwave based wireless devices.  You can go through "your healthy amount of radiation in a year"  in a matter of hours using a Bart
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