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  1. Hello. Up for sale a custom modified vintage Japanese Yashica Yashinon-DS 50mm F1.7 in M42 "pentax screw mount." The M42 mount adapts easily to Canon and all mirrorless systems via inexpensive adapters. Flare was enhanced, semitransparent ND element addedtocreate the "Anamorphic Boke" whilekeeping the original aperture intact as well. Aperture declicked and rubber gear added instead of original focus rubber. For full description please follow the link to eBay. Buying directly, paying with paypal - take 15% off the eBay price, which will be 149 USD + Shipping. Adapters are optional. I ship worldwide with ver few exceptions, for the actual USPS cost for registered airmail. Regards! http://www.ebay.com/itm/122056488042?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  2. I shot this with an Panasonic LA-7200 and a 105mm canon close up filter. The lens was a nikon 58mm F/1.2 and the Canon 60D. It was very dark and had almsot no light. It did not help that I was filming an African in this enviroment. I was mainy trying to get good oval bokeh with the 2.40 aspect ratio. Some people were hating on this footage but I thought for a total night shot with no light at all it came out decent. Let me know your thoughts. Or if you have any other ways of getting oval bokeh with your anamorphic lenses, [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asvCxczbx-g&list=UUWP0QQ1jKe0-usGLAXIZTIw&index=1&feature=plcp[/media]
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