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  1. Hi folks. Been trying to consolidate my gear lately so here's a bunch of stuff for sale. Feel free to message me for more pics/information. Up first is the venerable Sigma 18-35mm f1.8 lens (Canon EF mount) also included as an extra is brand new cinemorph anamorphic filter from Vid-Atlantic. Lens is in great shape, comes front and rear caps, hood, protective case and original box. $675 Nikkor 28mm f2.8 AI-s Andy Lee has called this lens one of the greatest wide angles ever made by Nikon, extremely little distortion, and truly impressive almost macro-like close focus. This one has been loved a bit, but glass is clean and scratch free, no fungus or haze. Aperture blades do sho just the tiniest bit of oil, but they're snappy and open and close just fine. $125 Edelkrone QuickRelease One. I bought this after Matthias Burling reviewed it, but it never quite fit into my workflow the way I hoped it would. Cool piece of kit for run and gun though. Comes with original case as well. $40 Zeiss Jena Flektogon 35mm f/2.4 (RED MC Version) This lens is in absolutely PERFECT condition. I just had it completely disassembled by professionals and they cleaned the optics and regreased the focus mechanism so there is not even a speck of dust to be seen. This lens is very well-regarded, and is widely considered to be the very best of the East German Zeiss lenses. Superb close focus, wonderful character. $325 Samsung NX 30mm f/2 Great shape, front and rear lens caps, sharpest prime for NX system. Samsung NX 50-200mm OIS III Third and latest edition of this very nice, compact, convenient kit zoom for the NX system. If you can't afford the 50-150mm and just need the extra reach, this lens is worth it. $150 Sigma 30mm f1.4 Nikon mount (with Canon adapter/aperture lever) This lens is in flawless condition. I bought it but ended up never using it, comes with original box, lens caps, warranty information, very clean. $200
  2. Nippon Kogaku Japan Cine-NIKKOR 25mm F/1.8 wide angle lens. Close focus up to 2 feet / .6 meter. Nippon Kogaku Japan Cine-NIKKOR 10mm F/1.8 wide angle lens. Close focus up to 1 foot / .3 meter. Bought on eBay, used with C-Mount to Micro Four Thirds lens mount on Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera. Optically in excellent condition. Inside no specks of dust, haze, oil scratches that I can detect. Clicks work as expected. Focus is smooth. Cosmetically clean on outside. Very good for its age. Close focus up to 2 feet / .6 meter. Very light weight, and tiny size. Smallest lens I've ever owned. Paired with BMMCC or BMPCC this makes a fantastic combination. BMMCC / BMPCC is super 16 sensor so I didn't need a speedbooster, and no vignette. I would expect to see vignetting on any sensor size larger than super 16. EXTRA Comes with a 40mm Switar C-mount lens, Metabones MFT to C-mount adapter. SELLING as a complete set. Asking $570 OBO.
  3. Excellent condition Nikkor 28mm f2.8 ais. No scratches,dirt,oil or fungi. https://www.ebay.com/itm/292167203393
  4. Selling a nikkor 85mm f2 ais in great condition. No oil,dirt,fungus or scratches https://www.ebay.com/itm/292167203102
  5. This is the one and only, infamous, EOSHD show piece called the Imperial SLR magic rangefinder (Ebrahim Saadawi deluxe edition). Get it now for EU 500,- and score huge amounts of EOSHD karma points. New price is EU 690,- (see SLR magic website). Model: SLR Magic Rangefinder CINE Adapter / Saadawi deluxe Focus type: Manual Min focusing distance: 1.1M Dimensions Length: 24.3mm, Width: 97mm Weight: 340g Fitment: MF & AF Lenses Rear filter thread: 77mm, step down rings can be used to adapt to smaller taking lenses (Not included) Front filter size: 82mm I'm located in Amsterdam and willing to ship worldwide. PayPal en Iban only (insert western union joke here...)
  6. which type of vintage lens is better for a cinema-like image on a g6? would like to stay on one system, thanks!
  7. Hello Guys! Just a small example how good this combo is. Really happy with the results  ;)   D5200 used here because I'm waiting for my Nikon F to mft adapter. (Tilt and swivel lcd was very usefull in this situation to focus.)     This will be my setup with the pocket in a few days, I will use a 28mm, 35mm and this 50mm all from Nikkor.   https://vimeo.com/77586987     Best, JDS  
  8. Hi guys! I just wanted to give the heads up in case there's anyone interested in this (and I believe there is, considering how big the GH2 user base is here at EOSHD, the site that got me started!)   Here's the link: vimeo.com/ondemand/3737   At $2.99 it's very affordable, I think you should all give it a chance. I've already bought it but haven't watched it yet. "Musgo", in case you happen to be one of those who don't know, is a Spanish feature film shot entirely on the Panasonic GH2 with an early 44Mbps hack and three lenses (Tokina 11-16mm, Nikkor 28mm f2.8 and Nikkor 50mm f1.4 if I remember correctly) over the course of one week. It has awesome cinematography.   Gami Orbegoso (director, cameraman, editor, color timer, etc.) is very kind in sharing all the gear he used and other info on the shoot. There are a couple of behind the scenes that can be seen here, with several answers to many possible questions you might have on the making of the movie: https://vimeo.com/33456753 https://vimeo.com/57277710
  9. http://vimeo.com/64229408   ...my niece, Kinley, is not quite 2.5yrs and my nephew Connor is 7 months.  They were pretty fascinated by the big(gish) lens when they saw it, their extensive experience being photographed so far being mostly camera phones.  Kinley got over it pretty quickly though and was able to ham it up with perfect abandon.     GH2 (patch: Flowmotion) Nikkor 24mm f/2 Century Optics anamorphic 5DtoRGB CS6: PPro + AE ColorGHear
  10. The Iscomorphot 8/1.5x doesn't seem to have a really good taking lens.   I thought I'd take a stab at finding one.   I recently picked up a Nikkor-O 35mm f/2 lens that I heard worked wonders with the Baby Bolex on a GH2. I assumed that it would have similar vignetteing characteristics as they have the same screw size on the back. Turns out that serious vignetting kicks in below f/4 on a GH2 (probably won't set in on a GH3 until 5.6) but this combo has the least smearing I have seen with the Iscomorphot. This combo smears a hell of a lot less than when it's on the Helios 44-2.   Here's the comparison I did between the Nikkor-O and Helios with a Voigtlander Nokton 25/0.95 (all Voigtlander shots are the same picture, put next to the others for easier reference).   https://benwabbott.minus.com/lFF8XQjURfUTx   Tomorrow I'll do a better comparison by rolling through the apertures on each in video form. 
  11. http://vimeo.com/57817375   (password: baller)   ...I put the password on it so that the seriously, seriously boring footage wouldn't be cluttering up my vimeo.  It's just that I was surprised that a stop this big worked at all with the Century Optics adapter.
  12. In the Tim Burton tradition, here's some Halloween fun at Christmas time...   [url="http://vimeo.com/55190441"]http://vimeo.com/55190441[/url]   Stuff used:  GH2 + Century Optics + Nikkor 24mm F2 + FilmConvert
  13. Fair warning, there's some lens flaring in here but that wasn't the reason I shot this. Honest ;) http://vimeo.com/52214451 [color=#71767A][font=sans-serif][size=4][background=rgb(244, 245, 247)]I was about to pack it in because I just didn't find anything interesting to shoot this night, testing out the Century Precision Optics anamorphic adapter with my F2 Nikkor 24mm taking lens, the widest, fastest prime I currently own. I was looking for suitable "horror movie" settings. Then I heard a noise by the front door.[/background][/size][/font][/color] [color=#71767A][font=sans-serif][size=4][background=rgb(244, 245, 247)]Originally I thought it was a bat, since they're all over the Austin area at night. Well, that seemed interesting, though it took me a few moments to decide if getting a rare shot was worth the risk of getting bit and/or dropping my GH2. Just as I worked up the nerve to creep up to where I thought it was at I realized it was a bird.[/background][/size][/font][/color] [color=#71767A][font=sans-serif][size=4][background=rgb(244, 245, 247)]No post enhancement besides aspect ratio correction. Shot at F2.8 so I didn't have to also equip the Tokina.[/background][/size][/font][/color]
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