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I am selling another one of my compact Moeller rigs. This unit is freshly serviced and performs to factory specification. It has a Cyan coating. See photo below of a similar lens I sold recently (right click for big sizes) - Moeller 32/2x CinemaScope Anamorphot - Custom Lens Support for 15mm Rods/Rails - Sigma Achromat Diopter 58mm - Coupling Ring for 52mm This is a professionally serviced lens and has NATO MIL SPEC Helicoid grease assuring you of smooth focussing whether you are shooting in the Alps or Cococabana beach. The lens is free of internal dust, fungus and haze. Focus range is 5 feet to Infinity and using the achromat can get you closer to 2 feet. There is some paint loss on the high ridges of the focus ring and minor very faint cleaning marks which don't show in the footage. You can use any type of lens with this rig - classic manual, auto focus, rotating front element lenses and even plastic kit lenses. The support, once set up, will guarantee no slanted videos. The aluminium locking clamps are spring loaded, solid brass retention ring and heavy duty marine grade stainless steel cap hex bolt offers you the best quality. Price is Â£465.00 plus shipping. Returns are 14 days at buyers shipping cost. Contact me at the website below for a shipping quote to your area. or visit the ebay listing http://www.ebay.com/itm/130951632142?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649#ht_5280wt_1140
I thought I would share some shots of my compact Moeller rig. The tiny lens is the Pentax Auto 110 2.8/50mm lens, which has a rotating front element, which is not a problem in my setup and is just perfect for a 2.35:1 crop. A really great feature is that I can set up for precision verticality once and thereafter all my shoots are perfectly aligned. Goodbye slanted video. Another great feature of the lens support is that it lets me use auto focus rear lenses. I just focus the Moeller and half press the camera shutter to focus the rear lens and I am done. This makes life with a double focus system a breeze. I decided to name this "Scope on a Rope" :P