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  1. The original SLR 12mm for micro four thirds. Built in hood. Mint. Box is intact. Comes with original caps and hood. $300.00+ shipping.
  2. I don't think I need to introduce this camera, you know this one. But in case you need a reminder: https://www.digitalbolex.com/about-the-d16/ My favorite image of all cameras I've ever owned or used. But it's just not for me anymore and I don't want it gathering dust, this camera craves to shoot! Only used for one project = Like brand new. MFT mount and 512GB SSD drive. Everything included in original box: Pistol grip, including cables for video out, power and transfering to computer. The only thing not included is the Light Post software (registration never worked), but I'll include my slimRAW license free of charge (I have no use for it for obvious reasons). PM me if you got any questions Price: €3550/£3000, shipping included EU only (excluding Croatia, Cyprus, Faroe Islands, Åland Islands, Canary Islands and Greenland according to DHL, sorry)
  3. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Cine-NIKKOR-25mm-F-1-8-Nippon-Kogaku-C-Mount-Wide-Angle-lens-ADAPTER-Included/112964898960 Great condition lens + micro four thirds adapter. Used it on my blackmagic micro cinema camera. Lens is made for 16mm sensor. $315.00 USD.
  4. For Sale: Lightly used Panasonic DC-GH5 (Body), it is in excellent condition. It has V-Log installed. Will come with box, charger, two OEM batteries, and included paperwork. Latest firmware installed. Camera has absolutely no issues. Please note: I blacked out the Lumix, and GH5 logo with acrylic paint. It looks great to me. GH5 - $1750.00 shipped within the USA. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Metabones MFT to Canon Speedbooster XL, like new condition. Updated to latest firmware. looking for $540.00 shipped within the USA. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Breakthrough Photography X2 3 stop ND filter $65.00 shipped within the USA. ( not pictured ) Can ship outside the USA if buyer pays additional shipping cost. Pm me if interested.
  5. This is a killer optex 5.5mm pl mount super wide angle lens for the Super-16mm format. It thus covers micro 4/3 size chips and anything smaller. If you shoot on a GH4 and use pl mount glass then this is the perfect lens for you to get your wide shots. I just recently purchased it and then realized I've got way way way too much glass and have to cut my inventory big time. This lens sells used for up to $5,500 and I've got it listed at 1999.00 to start the auction. If you pick it up for that cheap then you've practically stolen it from me and good for you...I was foolish enough to buy it while already having that focal length in my lens kit and I have a dismal checking account. Take advantage of my 3am impulse Ebay purchase and get this baby. The guy I bought from just had it serviced by Duclos and the report was that it was flawless and like new in terms of condition. It comes with a lens hood and padded lens pouch/case. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Optex-Super-Cine-5-5-mm-f-1-8-lens-PL-mount-Super-16mm-Sensor-Micro-4-3-MFT-GH4-/182430126152?
  6. Perfect optical condition. No scratches or marks on the glass. Minor cosmetic scratches on the metal.
  7. I have posted this on facebook as well. Here's all the info: There's a nice set of s35 primes I found to go with my iscorama, and I need some extra cash to fund it, so I'm about to make a heart-tearing decision to sell my super nice anamorphic setup. This is single focus. Isco s8 2x, Distagon, Rangefinder, clamps and a rail mount. Anamorphic lens – Isco s8, clean glass, no makrs/scratches/fungus, comes in original ISCORAMA SET box. Modded to infinity (I made a tutorial about how to do it here https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=dmMiuMFQSuU ) Barrel of the lens is scratched where all the clamps attach, you can only see it when clamps are off. Taking lens – CY Contax Zeiss Distagon 28 2.8, with green aperture mark (german-made) in like-new condition. Glass is clean, not a mark on it. Distagon has an adapter for micro 4/3, but it's wobbly and I would suggest getting a more expensive one if you will not use rail support. On the front is SLRmagic rangefinder, no witness marks. I bough it from HonKong before they were available in stores, paid $500 to be one of the first people to use it. One cool thing about it is that the 77mm back can be detached, and it reveals the 82 mm threads, which is what more expensive versions have. Not sure if it's standard for all of them or if it's some sort of a pre-production batch. So you can put it closer to the front of the anamorphic adapter, and save a couple of precious millimeters to avoid vignetting. I've never experienced any image softening with this one. Images have virtually same sharpness with the adapter on/off, only slight color change due to blue coating. Two custom made clamps with bunch of spare thumb screws – these were made specifically for the isco, so they fit it really nice. They are made of aluminum, so are lightweight, but have much thicker bodies then anything you can find on the market, including redstan stuff (tho they are not anodized and don't look as good). Clamps are real heavy-duty, I used this setup with follow focus and there's no way these would ever move/loose grip/mess up your alignment. Isco has a black original clamp/ring mounted to the rail support bracket, it provides great support, and feels very solid. I never had any issues with this setup, and always used it on rails with follow focus. Camera in the images is not included. Video shot with this setup – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Fei_iTi_oQ&t=1s Flares and portraits – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0H0LG7vxpM Portrait and bokeh, early test – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNSYqH589kc Focusing test – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2pgHOeF2Jk I am looking to get offers, lens will ship from Ukraine via DHL or FedEx, buyer pays for shipping. Strictly paypal, shipping to paypal address only.
  8. Hey! My beloved Canon EF to MFT Lens Turbo "speedbooster" is up to sale. Mint condition, without scratches or damages, works perfectly. It's a dumb adapter, it does not communicate with your camera, that's why it's so cheap. However performs almost like a speedbooster, gives you an extra stop of light and widens your FOV by x0,72. Price: 90 euros, free shipping within the EU.
  9. Gorgeous Prime Lens for S16mm format. That means it'll cover Micro 4/3 and other similar sized sensors. The glass here is dynamite. Again, have to sell to raise funds for a big purchase. Regretting putting this out there already. Good luck ravaging my inventory. http://www.ebay.com/itm/182430126152?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  10. I'm selling a Panasonic AF 101 in very good condition. Let's say asking price is £1,995 but I'm open to sensible offers as the camera is not in use now since buying a Canon C100mk2. Camera is in London, inspection welcome. Thanks! Andrew PS I also have a Tecpro Fellini LED Panel light by Dedo (Daylight version) with Case and Compact Stand, Diffusion, Mains adapter. I'm asking for £550 (CVP price is £825 inc VAT)
  11. I do a lot of sports and surf videos and this is a recent one I did in the westcoast of Auckland. GH4 really help you in this fast paced run and gun situation where you need to change things fast and adapt to the environment. The small sensor size is actually a positive factor in sports as well because of the crop factor and deeper focus plane. Landscape shots were shot in 4K then scaled. Vintage Contax, Pentax lenses were used.
  12. Hi, I apologize if this has been answered somewhere before, but I have looked around a feew forums and come up short. Basically I want to use a european GH4 to record live events (>30min) with an external recorder. I am therefore wondering if it is possible to get long continous output from the GH4's HDMI out in standby?
  13. Noktor asked me to test out their new SLR Magic Hyperprime 10mm T2.1 for MFT. Thought some people might interested to see footage, as lately most MFT tests are done on the GH4. Here's the video: It's a pretty good wide angle option for the non-Speedbooster folk. Thanks for watching!
  14. Hello everyone. I just bought a perfect condition Angenieux 12-120mm 2.2 with C-Mount and I need to adapt it to the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. Using a cheap C-Mount/MFT adapter ring (very like this one:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/321527133930) I can't find neither infinite focus nor parfocal zooming. I bought the lens expecially for parfocal zooming, so I really need to reach it. Does anyone have experience with the lens and can help me out? - Are there reccomended-best fitting C/MFT adapter to be used with the Angenieux 12-120? Most says the Metabones one or the Ciecio7 Ebay Seller one. Any thoughs? - How can I get infinite focus and parfocal zooming without modifying the lens? - Is there anyone who has it successfully (parfocal and infinity focus) mounted on the Pocket? Thanks everyone!
  15. Hey guys,   Made up my mind to sell some of my gear. PM me if interested in any of the following.   Kowa 16H 2X anamorphic adapter - good condition Canon FD 20mm f2.8, 35mm f2, 50mm f1.4, 85mm f1.2 lenses - all in good condition Canon FD to MFT adapter - new Slr Magic 12mm f1.6 - new Slr Magic 25mm f0.95 - new Voigtlander 17.5mm f0.95 - new   Thanks!
  16. Press release (in Japanese): http://translate.google.com/translate?depth=1&hl=en&ie=UTF8&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http://www.olympus.co.jp/jp/news/2014a/nr140407mfourthirdsj.jsp 43rumors.com article: http://www.43rumors.com/jvc-joins-the-mft-system-and-will-show-new-mft-4k-camera-soon/ This is cool, I suppose, though ... JVC? They're still around? Be interested to see what they come up with!
  17. This is a little 2 minutes short film we shot with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. It is our first major field test of the camera and we weren't disapointed at all. We shot with a Canon 50mm 1.8 & SLR Magic 25mm 0.95. Coming from a DSLR background, I was really surprised how well he dynamic range really held up. We shot ProRes for everything except the opening and closing shots which we shot RAW. We used one bounce card but the rest was available light.    It's titled: "Le Rire". As you can probably tell by the heavy-handed french music, we were aiming for the feel of a pixar-esque short. Hope you enjoy!    http://youtu.be/icVmrZWD77A   As far as post production goes I edited in Premiere and mixed audio in Audition. Color correction/grade with Colorista II. A light pass of film grain was added via an "editwithlight" filmscan overlay thingy.     Thoughts? We love feedback!    Thanks, Luke Starring: Madeline Pickens & Jared Locke Written, Directed and Edited: Luke Covert Director of Photography: Myles  Extras: Michael Good Production Assistant: Allie Amstutz Le Rire is french for "Laughter"
  18. Hello~   I was getting scared off by all the white orb issues with the upcoming pocket cam, so I went ahead and decided to buy the BMCC 2.5k cam in MFT mount.  I went home to do some tests and discovered that I was getting the very same white orbs effects that people had been reporting with the pocket cam.  I figured it was a fluke, but I exchanged mine for a new one today only to find that the second one was having the same problem as well.  I haven't heard any other BMCC MFT owners complain about this, but I wanted to reach out to see if anyone else was having the issue.  I've attatched some screen shots of footage I shot with both cameras, so you can see the issue.  All footage was shot in Pro res, 200 ASA, with the SLR Magic 25mm .95 hyperprime.     Any help or insight would be greatly appreciated.  Andrew, I know you own this lens and the BMCC MFT, have you ever had issues with this combo before?   Thanks.    ~Tom   [attachment=651:orbs6.jpg][attachment=652:orbs5.jpg][attachment=653:orbs2.jpg][attachment=654:orbs1.jpg][attachment=655:orb3.jpg]
  19. I was wondering if there was a Metabones for MFT available for my GH3 14-42 kit lens. 
  20. With this recent price drop in BMCC, buying a 2.5K camera seems relevant again. Especially since it has one extra stop of dynamic range over the 4K version, and with the metabones speedbooster it actually has similar form factor regarding the DOF. And It could be a great B cam once you decide to get a 4K version (or if finances are low, get a pocket version as a B cam for 2.5K) Now my question is, would I need to buy a metoabones speedbooster for each of my lens types as I have contax yashica, Leica, Nikon, EF, etc... (which would be extremely expensive), or could I only get the EF to MFT version (once it comes out) and use the C/Y, Leica, etc... to EF adapter? Thanks a lot for your responses.
  21. As a result of a slight cash shortage I have decided to sell 2 of my most prized lenses. Yes it hurts ;)   - Voigtländer Nokton 25mm f/0.95 (SOLD) - Olympus M.Zuiko 12mm f/2.0   [attachment=562:voigt+olympus.jpg]   Both are extremely sought-after prime lenses for the Micro Four Thirds system. The Olympus is arguably the best wide-angle lens available for the GH2 and GH3, and the Voigtländer's reputation as a beautiful video and photography lens is well-deserved.   Both lenses are in perfect working order, with only a few minor cosmetic bumps. The glass is completely free of scratches, internal dust or fungus.   Lenses are on offer seperately or together with a generous discount ;) PM me for pricing & more photographs if you are interested! Or contact me at [email protected]
  22. Hey guys,   Made up my mind to sell some of my gear. PM me if interested in any of the following.   Kowa 16H 2X anamorphic adapter - good condition Canon FD 20mm f2.8, 35mm f2, 50mm f1.4, 85mm f1.2 lenses - all in good condition Canon FD to MFT adapter - new Slr Magic 12mm f1.6 - new Slr Magic 25mm f0.95 - new Voigtlander 17.5mm f0.95 - new   Thanks!
  23. I've spent the last week reading as much as I could about micro four thirds cameras, and it looks like many people are trumpeting MFT as the "death of DSLR" or at least a viable option. Since I'm on the prowl for a new SLR, the MFT cameras - GH2 in particular - is making me think twice about going with a Canon/Nikon. But is MFT really that great? I have some issues/questions:[list] [*]The cameras appear to be smaller and made of plastic, i.e., cheaper. Yet they don't cost consumers any less. [*]MFT sensors are about half the size of the new consumer level Nikon D3200 (full frame). How can this NOT be inferior? - at least for stills? [*]Lens focal length and aperture are double that of 35mm film cameras, so a 45mm f/1.8 is effectively a 90mm f/3.6. To get 2.8 aperture, you need to buy an f/1.4. [*]Lenses are smaller and plastic and look like toys. The optics are WAY smaller. So they're probably a lot cheaper to manufacture. Yet the price is not cheaper. For example, the Olympus 85mm 1.8 is more than twice the price of a Nikon 85mm 1.8D. Not a fair comparison, you might think - well, there isn't a 42mm 1.4, so the closest I could find is a Fujifilm 35mm f/1.4 for $600. Doesn't anyone else have misgivings about laying down $400 for a little plastic prime lens? For just over $100 you can get a killer Nikon 50mm 1.8. [*]Optical viewfinders are rare on MFTs (and they'd be rangefinders), and electronic viewfinders will always suffer latency - perhaps not an issue for video, but would be for still photography. [/list] So the words that sum up the physical characteristics of a MFT system are[list] [*]Small [*]Plastic [*]Toylike [*]Expensive [/list] Smaller lens diameters and smaller sensors would seem to be more susceptible to dust and imperfections. I don't know - just hypothesizing. I've read that, for video, the GH2 has some magic that makes it on par with high end DSLRs. But still photographs are almost but not quite as good - from what I've read. Has anyone ditched their DSLR for MFT? These are the questions and concerns I have about micro four thirds. This isn't a list of gripes - just some things I've read. I haven't even SEEN a GH2 with my own eyes, but I've seen some of the other mirrorless cameras. So all this is just a synopsis of what I've read on the web. I'd like to hear from you people who know more than what the Oracle can provide. Thanks! - and I hope the above doesn't rile anyone. Just looking for opinions. B
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