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wytshark

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  1. Great responses!  Thank you.  I had both those ebay auctions on my watch list, so that's encouraging.  And thanks for the reminder that the skill of the person behind the camera accounts for quality as much as the glass that's in front--I have to start taking these youTube and Vimeo examples with a grain of salt.   The search goes on.  Any more thoughts, feel free to chime in; they're appreciated.   I'll post when I've picked up some new glass.
  2. I love anamorphic.  When I compose shots in my head, invariably, an anamorphic lens is required to capture what I see.  Therefore, when I purchased my BMCC recently, I ran out and grabbed the first piece of glass I could get my hands on: an Isco-Gottingen Cinelux 2x anamorphic.  It was beat up and cheap on eBay, but the image quality is surprisingly nice.  My first test can be viewed here for anyone interested:   vimeo.com/72993815   But the thing is just a monster to deal with--one of the later generation Isco projection lenses that weighs twice as much as the
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