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  1. Ultra rare Original ISCORAMA anamorphic lens with Nikon F-mount. Here it is mounted on my nikon d3000 for reference. Mint condition, full metal body,solid construction and heavy. Comes apart and there are two pieces. Rear elements are extremely clean. Comes with 72mm UV filter and hard leather case. For more information please contact me on here or at [email protected] http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=130962018872&ssPageName=ADME:L:LCA:US:1123   Pictures I've taken with the lens http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx164/tommyboy11/Example3.jpg http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx164/tommyboy11/Example4.jpg http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx164/tommyboy11/Example1.jpg http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx164/tommyboy11/Example2.jpg
  2.      Selling this ultra rare pre isco 36 iscorama lens F2.8 comes in 2 pieces in amazing condition here are the pictures of the lens itself. Included is the 72mm UV filter as well as hard carrying case. The only thing I know about this lens is that it is a nikon mount and that it was used in the 60's in cinema. Offers start at 4500 U.S.         For more information please contact me either on here or at [email protected] Sorry for the exseccive links but I was unable to post the pictures directly on here. Pictures of Lens http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyminer_photography/9423899779/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyminer_photography/9426669274/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyminer_photography/9426669442/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyminer_photography/9423900075/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyminer_photography/9423900139/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyminer_photography/9423900209/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyminer_photography/9426669764/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyminer_photography/9423900363/   Pictures I have taken with lens http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyminer_photography/9426749750/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyminer_photography/9423981339/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyminer_photography/9426751724/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyminer_photography/9426752652/
  3. I'm looking to buy an Iscorama 36.   Willing to pay the price for a good, clean one.    If anyone is looking to sell, please let me know.    Thanks
  4. Hey guys,   This might have come up before, but I seem to be having a strange phenomenon while using any thrid party taking lens with my Iscorama pre 36.  The stock nikkon 2.8 fixed lens that came with the Isco doesn't display these "icicle" like artifacts from flaring. This happens with my Nikkon 50mm  f1.4, and my Helios 58mm 44-2m, and also some weird transparent vignetting happens with the iris blades on both.  I was wondering if anyone knows why this is happening, and or have a possible solution for it.     The picture below is with my Nikkon 50mm f1.4, very simular to the results of the helios.         
  5. What are the honest odds of getting an iscorama 54 non multi coated anywhere at all. Just gotta get lucky? Theres one multicoated one on ebay.   Also wondering if anybody had a picture comparison of the multicoated vs non multicoated?
  6. Does anyone have any opinion on these Isco lenses that vid atlantic sells from their site.  Are they worth it?  I am so new to anamorphic that I am really just trying to gather as much information before I make a purchase.  I am shooting with a 5D Mk III and so I am really looking for the right adapter to fit what I have.   http://www.vid-atlantic.com/lensshop.html
  7. I read an article on 444-films.com [url="http://444-films.com/the-last-iscorama-anamorphic/"]http://444-films.com...ama-anamorphic/[/url] and decided to buy such a lens; found a red ISCO 65mm 2X locally. Basically just unscrew the rear lens and attach the anamorphic adapter to a DSLR/lens setup. If you are curious, here is an image (link below) taken with a Canon 7D, a Canon EF-S 60mm and the ISCO handheld at the front of the assembly. I have not tested any of its other qualities or shortcomings but this image may serve as a basic reference for anyone else considering such a lens. This is the first image taken with the setup. I set the red ISCO on infinity and focused with the Canon EF-S 60mm. Next step is to arrange an appropriate clamp. [url="https://dl.dropbox.com/u/48523277/ISCO_Red_7D_EF-S-60mm_forum.jpg"]https://dl.dropbox.c...-60mm_forum.jpg[/url]
  8. Hi!   I have a 5d3 and am new to anamorphic shooting.   Getting ahold of an Isco 54 will be difficult, and probably out of my budget, lol.. So I've been looking at the Vid-Atlantic Isco's they sell for $849 with the clamp kits.. The videos they have of it in use with the Mark 2 look kind of like they were shot in the 70's though, so I was curious if anyone had some experience with the Vid-Atlantic adapters and could vouch for them, or if someone had a better solution?   I'm trying to stay under a thousand dollars..     I thoI thought this one looked great with the Kowa 16D, but I've heard bad opinions also..   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DRD16HYDL0   (Favorite shot @ 00:37)   Also this one:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SldXYArHbhk   Both shot on a Kowa 16D.
  9. Hello fellow lens gurus, I've been looking to buy some kind of start lens, to what will hopefully soon be my anamorphic lens collection. I tired to buy a set of oct-19 lomos over the summer but was endlessly outbid. I'm a canon 5dmk3 and canon l series glass owner, and have wanted to adapt or better yet, actually own anamorphic primes that work on a full frame sensor without dual focusing or piggybacking lens together. I found this on eBay today but don't know much about this lens other than its a later isco and is multi coated. The nice thing seems to be that it already is equipt with and canon lens mount, but I'm not sure if this 50mm lens will cover the full frame sensor on the 5d3. http://www.ebay.com/itm/130864721991?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649 Take a look and let me know your thoughts before I consider plopping down 2gs. Thanks for your help as always guys!!
  10. What is the difference between these two ISCO lenses:   http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=130846560003   and something like the ISCO lenses that Vid-Atlantic Sells:   http://vid-atlantic.com/lensshop.html   With such price variances... what is the difference between the two?
  11. I am new to the anamorphic arena - and I have some questions regarding workflow for you experienced and professional anamorphic guru's.    Firstly, here's the gear I'm using:   Canon 5D Mark 3 Canon 85mm 1.2 II ISCO 1.75x   Editing with Final Cut Pro 7   My first question is:    Aspect Ratio:  What is the correct aspect ratio for a 1.75x ISCO.  I'm confused as to how to calculate 16:9 with a 1.75x zoom... does this mean that my aspect ratio is 2.35:1?    My second question: What is the proper workflow in order to edit anamorphic footage in fcp?  For example, once I've exported the H.264 footage recorded at 1080i24p into FCP, how do I squeeze the footage in order to use all the precious pixels at 16:9 with a 1.75x zoom?   My third question: Focusing.  Is it normal to not be able to focus my prime lens (manually) when the ISCO is attached?  It seems that I have to remove the ISCO lens in order to adjust focus.  Maybe there's something I'm missing with regards to the electronic mechanisms of the camera/lens that don't work with the ISCO?    I have more questions, but these would be incredibly helpful if someone can help me with these questions.    Thank you in advance!
  12. Hey there! Also posted this here to get others opinions on my situation!   I'm Matej, a filmmaker from Slovenia, and I am slowly trying to get into the anamorphic video shooting, since I love the classic cinema look, that can be achieved. But since no one in Slovenia is actually shooting anamorphicly, it is almost impossible to find any anamorphic lens here in Slovenia. Somehow, luckily, a friend of mine, who collects vintage lenses, happens to have some anamorphic lens which he is willing to sell some of them to me. Now here is the main situation: He has some rathenowers 48/2x and 80/2x, and the 2 versions of Isco Gottingen Anamorphotic 2x kiptars, one with the focus ring and 2 of the versions without one.   One without: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sicovdplas/ One with it: http://cameramate.com/images/s_15909.jpg   I am now asking for advice, which one of the 2 versions would be easier to use with a DSLR (in my case 600D and a 7D)? I suspect, that the focusless version is easier, because I can just focus with my lens, if I get a couple of close up filters.   Another problem is that the 2 focusless versions have lots of dust in the lens itself so I'm wondering if that is a huge dealbreaker or can it be cleaned?   Cheers!  
  13. Recorded with Baush & Lomb and Isco Kiptar adapters, maybe some of you will find this useful. Had to split in 2 volumes because of a limit of 10 files per pack at Videohive, the second is still on queue for approval.   http://videohive.net/item/real-anamorphic-flares-vol1/3771634?ref=SkinnyOldMan   Cheers
  14. I'm on the hunt for an Iscorama 36 or 42. I have an original model Iscorama (serial number) and an Iscorama 54 to trade with if that is helpful (I'll obviously offer a good chunk of change along with either of those in exchange). I'm on a deadline to source these for an upcoming production, so I'm willing to pay a premium. Anyone interested please PM me.
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