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I’m selling a Century Optics DS-1609 1.33x focus through anamorphic adapter. It’s in as good as new condition as I purchased it and used only a few times. It has a step ring to the rear to get it to 52mm from 58mm. It has also a Cavision Clamp adapter to the front to give it 77mm threads from 82mm threads. In addition I’ve made a custom +0,25 diopter (72mm) to focus up to 4 meters. Feel free to PM me for price and more info.
Heyall, spring cleaning time and I have a couple 1.33x anamorphic adapters for sale: Century DS-1609 This Century Optics 1.33x focus through anamorphic adapter needs no real introduction. But here’s a video from Tito Ferradans about it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4b54MV9pyVk It’s great for anyone getting into anamorphic lenses, and I’ve even used it professionally before: https://vimeo.com/172027852 It’s in as good as new condition as I purchased it as brand new old stock, added a step ring to the rear (to get it to 52mm but it can easily be changed to 58mm), and added a Cavision clamp adapter to the front to give it 77mm threads OR 82mm threads. It’s great for wides (35mm on full frame), and it is easy to find cheap diopters for it’s size to get closer focus. Century DS-WS13 The DS-WS13 is the big brother to the DS-1609. It is a full zoom-through adapter, with a focus ring to really dial in some sharpness. It can pair with wides and teles, which is a huge improvement on the smaller 1609. I acquired the WS13 as a complement to the 1609, so that I wouldn’t have to swap the adapter when swapping lenses from wide to tele. Once again, I refer to Tito Ferradans for more information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klB_oO_M2Lk It’s in excellent condition, as the previous owner purchased it from B&H Photo as brand new old stock. It comes with front and back caps. Please feel free to PM me for price and/or more info
Reading through the shoother guide book I notice Andrew refers to the ML 50D as a Super 35mm raw shooting cinema camera, and this confuse me a bit, I know that within the ML you can set the camera to do a 4:3 crop mimicking the crop of a 35mm film yeah but the relationship with the optics is still like a crop sensor camera right? I mean the sensor is not getting any bigger so you still suffer from not being able to use all the glass and so having to do the Focal Length multiplication. I also noticed Andrew recommends using 64gb cards but frankly I can't afford them right now so are 32gb cards still fine? I will be working with a PC close so I will be able to upload the data while working. Thanks in advance. PD: I decided to make a forum trend after mailing this to Andrew after noticing that he doesn't like to be asked this questions by mail so sorry for that!!