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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
Hi! I am buying a Sankor Adapter-M on ebay. I need a lens clamp for it, but i am kind of somewhat confused on how that works. I am planning on attaching it to a Helios 44m. What clamps to what and what size clamp do I need to buy?
Andrew's guide is absolutely fantastic. I got my hands on this huge Kollmorgen-Kosaka 298 before I bought the EOSHD Anamorphic guide, and I had to frankenstein a way to make it work; this is what i ended up with, and it works decent. The front of the M42 Yashica Yashinon / Vivitar lens matches within 1-2 mm the back diameter of the Kollmorgen anamorphic lens, so I can use full zoom range with no corner artifacts. [img]http://www.eoshd.com/comments/uploads/inline/21053/503da498aa33d_S1370018.jpg[/img]