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  1. This is a really cool lens that I unfortunstey haven’t had the chance to use yet. It is I believe the closest focusing single focus adapter of them all. currently has the cinelux inside of it but can take any 16 scope with the included adapter $900 Free shipping in Us, cost varies for outside of US. Paypal ready. i also have a kowa 16-s for sale for $300
  2. I'm also selling this one. NEW. Never used. MINT condition. https://www.ebay.es/itm/152985770386?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Dropped price! NOW 694.50 € A. Will ship worldwide.
  3. I've just bought a mint condition iscorama 54 and therefore I'm thinking of selling my old Iscorama 54 MC lens since I likely don't need 2. The lens I'm considering selling is in excellent condition. It's a real beauty but somehow I was lucky enough to find a sparkling mint condition 54. I got lucky. You know this lens...it's hard as hell to find and it's even harder to find in top form. I haven't put up an eBay auction yet. I'm probably going to list the opening bid at $6000.00 (comes with redstan Clamp and form fitted follow focus gear). Yes, that's a lot of money. Yes, that's what I paid for it last year. Yes, it's totally worth it. It's a god damn gem of anamorphic perfection. All the other dual focus projector lenses are little kiddie toys in comparison. If you have a pre-36 and a 54 you simply don't need anything else (well, you need a baby Hypergonar and hardcore dna variable diopter as well but let's not muddy the waters). Who's interested? If you make me a legit serious offer I might be pursuaded to sell direct instead of on an eBay auction. Throwing it out to you guys first since this is where the real loonies like myself hang Let me know. I'll try to post pics soon but I'm not bullshitting you It's a great specimen and if you've been looking for years...you've found it finally
  4. This is the eBay link for the following FM Lens http://www.ebay.com/itm/FM-Lens-Variable-Diopter-W-Moller-Anamorphot-32-2x-For-Single-Focus-Anamorphics-/182432011462? This is an FM Lens rig with a Moller 32/2x anamorphic lens installed within the FM module. It's sometimes called a variable diopter and other companies make versions such as the Recrilux 3ff, Coredna, and Dslr Magic Rangefinder. This item is not available to buy through FM lens directly any longer and I barely have seen any variable diopters other than the Rangefindee for sale new or used for over a year. This guy probably needs some tweaking for your immediate use but it's lovely and you'll be lucky to pick one up in this scarce market. Barely used. It's got a ding here and there on the metal but the glass appears to be in great shape. Jay
  5. I am looking for a set of anamorphic primes, either BAS Lomo or Kowa Cine Prominar s35. Also any suggestions on where to look? Thanks for the help!
  6. This thread is dedicated to the discussion and testing of Rectilux FF single focus CinemaScope adapters For product specification, pricing, availability and business matters please visit my web site below as a matter of courtesy to our host. http://www.transferconvert.co.uk/cinemania/ The vintage look digitally remastered... revisioneered I have a vimeo channel set up for the tests here: hxxps://vimeo.com/channels/rectilux (passwords are on the web site) I also have a flickr account set up to view stills, which is the best way to evaluate sharpness etc www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157646313357302/ I will shortly have a blog up and running, but you are very welcome to discuss these breakthough products here. Blog now set up at http://www.rectilux.com
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