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  1. Title says it all. Payment via PayPal, shipping on me.
  2. Link to auction at bottom of post. If you want to tell me about how this is overpriced and blah blah blah save it and don't message me with your sad whiny comments. Sorry to roll in hot here but every time I let the anamorphic community know I'm selling a super rare expensive item I get bombarded by a bunch of little cry baby failures who can't afford to buy precision high end gear and so they post complaints about the pricing or the injustice of me selling amazing gear that they can't afford because they are smug little losers without money living in their parents basement obsessively refreshing message board pages just waiting to spew forth their venomous vitriol thinly masking their self hatred and depression regarding the pathetic state of their sad boring failure of a life. Save your stupid selfish thoughts for your Mommy cause she's the only one who cares to listen to Mommy's special angel. Ok now that that's over with....I'm selling the nicest damn iscorama 54 lens you'll ever see ever. 24hr auction. Act fast. Here are the details kiddos: You'll never ever see an iscorama 54 MC in this good of condition. It is flawless mint condition. I'm putting this up for 1 day only. Bidding starts at 6k. Some will tell me that that's too expensive. I'm of the opinion that it's worth at least 7500$ in this type of shape. How this lens is in practically brand new condition being somewhere in the order of 50 years old is perplexing. This should be in a museum. This auction is for one day. If it doesn't sell I might put it back on the shelf and keep it....not sure honestly what I'll do if it doesn't sell by tomorrow morning. I'm already regretting doing this but I need to raise 20k asap for a non gear related issue so I'm in lunatic liquidation mode. I can't stress this enough....this thing is a work of art. So beautiful. On top of that I have a ridiculously rare iscorama pre 36 cinegon version that is also in mint condition and paired with a custom "Richard Gale Optics" 58mm Arri PL mount taking lens specifically engineered for the iscorama cinegon. It's equally a work of art so if you are interested in that as well check out my auction page. Comes with a redstan clamp and follow Focus gear. Original box included as well. No Caps unfortunately but I assure you I'll find some other roughly fitting Caps to put on to protect the glass during shipping. Good luck and bring your checkbooks to the party. Lets do this. https://www.ebay.com/itm/182609506564
  3. In wonderful condition, now for sale. See http://www.ebay.nl/itm/Iscorama-54-MC-anamorphic-lens-/122529844320?&_trksid=p2056016.l4276
  4. Pretty much the final edit for this short music doc - if you see anything that just sticks out like a sore thumb, please say (after a while you just stop seeing things). Thanks for watching or commenting... All shot on BMPCC (ProRes - Film) Mir 24M (35mm f2) + RJ Focal Reducer + Iscorama 54 + Hoya UV/IR cut filter + various diopters Mir 24M (35mm f2) + RJ Focal Reducer + Isco Widescreen 2000 + Hoya UV/IR cut filter + various diopters Tokina 28-70 AT-X Pro + Iscorama 54 + Hoya UV/IR cut filter + various diopters Nikon 24mm f2.8 + Iscorama + diopters Meyer Gorlitz Lydith 30mm f3.5 PW: stu
  5. Hi guys, We just shot this video with the BMCC, Metabones Speedbooster, Nikon Lenses and Iscorama 54MC. RAW files were developped in After Effects CS6 (with Camera Raw) to Prores444 2400/1350. Color grading was done in AE. Please let us know what you think, we'd love to get some feedback. Cheers, Mihnea
  6. Finally got around to finishing this off. Was a bit of a nightmare due to hard drive space & a slow computer. Filmed on a Canon 60D, Helios 44-2 & Iscorama 54 (more details on Vimeo).
  7. This started out as a favour for a friend & while on the day it was a complete nightmare, the results weren't as bad as i thought. This was almost entirely shot handheld (1 tripod wide shot), due to there not being enough room to swing a cat or should that be mouse!!? Anyways, stage was like a tiny bouncy castle & space was really tight - so no rig either! For the majority of shots I used the Helios 44-2+Iscorama 54+Voigtlander Focar A&B (+1/+2 diopters). There are a few shots were i used the Helios 40-2 & the shit wide shot was with the Mir-1b. This will be one of the last things I'll shoot on the 60D with H264, as i now have the Pocket in my hands...
  8. denko89

    Iscorama 54

    The Iscorama 54, how many parts does it consist of? From what I seen on pictures before and people selling the lens on ebay, some are 1 part and other have 2 parts? Do you really need the 2 parts in order to shoot with it with a taking lens?   Cheers
  9. Hi my anamorphic friends... longtime reader here, first time poster though...   With a bleeding heart, I have decided to sell my pristine and immaculate Iscorama Anamorphot 1,5 x - 54. As longtime readers here I don´t need to tell you that this baby is really the mother of dragons... errr... of Iscoramas. I belive it´s single coated... I´ll put up some photos tomorrow so you can check it out. It comes with three different adapterrings, two lenscaps and a fitting leather case.   Why am I selling it? Just because I need the money for the very interesting cameras that are launching soon or have just been launched. And because I still have my nice little Iscorama Cinegon 1,8/10 that´s working wonderfully on my GH2.... so the Iscorama 54 has to go.   Asking price is 2000 Euros or better... let the bidding war begin. I´m not using ebay, because I frigging hate them and paypal, too. (But will have to re-consider if no suitable offer turns up here...) But for now I will offer this beauty to the eoshd commmunity.   As I said, I´ll put up some photos tomorrow, but I can also send them to you by mail. I honestly would prefer a buyer from Germany and preferably someone living close by... I´m a little hesitant to send this fine lens through the mail... but will do it, of course, if necessary.   OK... offers please to this email adress:   [email protected]   Cheers Ralf (Erjot)
  10. Hello,   since the Iscorama 54 has a 95mm front diameter I was wondering about how to use filters. Is there a possibility to use step-down adapters, or do I get vignetting?   Thanks in advance for any tips! Kind regards.
  11. Looking to buy an iscorama Göttingen 36 or 54 (1.5x) anamorphic adapter. If you are selling, forward to my e-mail matt(at)mtprovideo.com. Thanks!
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