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keessie65

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    anamorphic
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    Samsung NX1

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  1. Hi Nathan, there are three simular screws on the back of the lens. Loosen them a bit untill you can turn the focus ring of the lens a bit more to infinity (1cm or so). Then fasten the 3 screws again. After they are fastened again, you can turn the lens to infinity. That's it... mosty 😉
  2. That Iscomorphot! I love it!
  3. Great lens @Rhood. I have the same, single coated version. Check this link with more information:
  4. new one, I love this lens! Filmed on my Z-Cam S6 with Leica M 50mm f1.4 - almost every shot wide open.
  5. I had Kowa 1.5x and I still have the Bolex Moller 16/32/1.5x. I found the Kowa gives a clearer image and is sharper in the center. Bolex Moller flares more and is sharper in the edges. Kowa has also more veling glares as Au8gust wrote. Overall, I kept my Bolex and sold the Kowa.
  6. This summer I filmed during a photoshoot for my work. Shot all wide open with my taking lens Leica M 50mm f1.4 version II. Filmed with the Z-Cam S6.
  7. I have the X-T4 for photographing and I bought recently a Z-Cam E2S6 for anamorphic filming. Fuji has to improve X-H2 for use anamorphic lenses. Open gate sensor and better IBIS.
  8. Shot at the first day of our Winter in The Netherlands.
  9. Samsung left camerabusiness because they moved to mobile phones with cameras. Now Huawei is the big winner 😉
  10. You did the best. It's the best 1.5x lens, edge to edge sharp. Enjoy shooting and keep us informed with nice posts.
  11. Very clean is the Contax G 45mm f2.0. But you need to rehouse the lens to Leica M for better focussing.
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