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  1. Hi, I am selling a Leica Summicron-R f2 50mm lens with Leitax EF mount for $570 plus shipping. I am open to offers. The glass is in pristine condition with no scratches, no fungus, no haze and no separation. The lens is in excellent cosmetic condition as well. The only issue is the front barrel as it has a little bit of play (about 1mm). It is the only reason I am selling. It is an absolute non-issue if you're shooting spherical and it's still usable if you're being careful while shooting anamorphic. The Leitax mount converts the lens to EF mount. It's the best adapter on the market and it shows. It is worth $70 alone. Comment or DM if you're interested or want to make an offer! Cheers.
  2. For sale Zoom lens 16OPF1-2M-01 f2.4(T3)/12-120mm (Kinor 16CX mount) Sell it because unfortunately it unexpected vignettes at close focus in combination with different zoom and iris settings on BMMCC sensor and i can't accept this. This lens made for 16 mm cinema. It will fit well to Panasonic GH, Ursa 4.6k, RED, Nikon 1 in 1:1 crop mode or to any camera with small sensor, like Pentax Q or 2/3" CCTV camera. Its heavy (1kg), its not perfect zoom as all zooms are. It has its own character, blue-orange abberations at wide open. Front focus ring block was cleaned and greased with HELIMAX-XP grease. Works very smooth. I got this lens from local TV studio, looks it was used a lot in far past. Front glass is clear but got a marks. Rear glass is clear. The iris ring is deklicked (The original ball with spring are present in the package). There is also a rotating arm attachment for zoom but it broken and need to be fixed. There is a 74 to 77 mm front ring adapter installed and additional 77 mm lens cap included. If you interested i can make additional photos and tests. Also i got additional Kinor-16SX-2 lens to MFT camera mount adapter, with bayonet lock it works well with other lenses but for some reason the bayonet don't screws to this lens so the adaprter must be fixed or you can use DIY adapter. Located in Ukraine, Odessa city. Will ship worldwide. Can accept only Payoneer (Make A Payment service from Payoneer to Payoneer account 0% fee) or any Card to Payoneer (Request a Payment service) with 3% fee. Ask $100 (or $150 with Rafcamera adapter) + shipping and payment fees. Well known sensor coverage test: P.S. Stay tuned, i'll post few more interesting lenses for sale soon. 16opf1-2m-01.pdf
  3. Hey everyone, I'm looking to buy a Helios 44m-7 lens. I don't trust ebay with this lens as it looks like most are switched plate fakes, unless you know of a reputable seller with one. Also looking to pick up a Tokina +0.4 Diopter, if anyone would like to part with theirs. Thanks!
  4. Earlier i did a test and mini review for this lens. Rare lens for sale. It was made for some kind of reproduction machines and covers huge 12x18 cm frame. Probably another bad copy of industrial Zeiss or Nikkor (as all things done in USSR). It covers 12x18 cm frame, its not super sharp on tiny s16 sensor in regular (not macro) mode. The good thing about this lens is that in macro mode you can be very very far from object. It has perfect round bokeh at any F-stop and very flat and even image area. Works well for macro and for landscape too. Iris is smooth, glass is very clear. If needed i can do additional test images. The lens comes with Rafcamera M45-M42 adapter and with PZF macro bellows (Its not the most precise bellows in the world, but its perfect for this lens because it extends way further than other more expensive bellows) Located in Ukraine, Odessa city. Will ship worldwide. Can accept only Payoneer (Make A Payment service from Payoneer to Payoneer account 0% fee) or any Card to Payoneer (Request a Payment service) with 3% fee. Ask $200 ( or $180 without macro bellows) + shipping and payment fees.
  5. For sale very nice rare vintage OKS lenses set: 15mm f1.8 (T2), 20mm f1.8 (T1.9), 25mm f2.5(T2.7) with Rafcamera Kinor 16CX mount to Micro4/3 adapter. I decide to sell them because most of time i use 20mm lens and 15 mm slightly vignettes on BMMCC, so i thinking to change these 3 lenses to one another lens. Lenses are in nice external shape, glass is clear. The mechanics was serviced, cleaned, and greased with fresh Helimax XP oil. Working very smooth and easy. Declicked iris with 8 blades. Front filter Thread 62mm. Lens weight around 200 grams. I prefer to sell all together as a set together, but can separate if there buyers of certain lenses. Located in Ukraine, Odessa city. Will ship worldwide. Can accept Payoneer (Make A Payment service from Payoneer to Payoneer account 0% fee) or any Card to Payoneer (Request a Payment service) with 3% fee. Also PayPal payment possible to account of my friend in other country. Ask $150 per lens + shipping and payment fees. In addition i got a OPF Zoom 12-120 and ultra wide angle 6mm 16OKC1-6-1 for sale (see my other topics) Recently i tested these lenses here: Sensor coverage test on GH4:
  6. Reaching out to the community here... in a way. Have this video out today showcasing synthwave type music and would have liked more "POV night driving" than I have found under CC terms. If anyone should have some unused footage or got ideas to enhance my vision please contact me. I'm unable to shoot footage myself at the moment. In return for favours I'm more than happy to provide sound or soundtrack if desired. Thanks! :-)
  7. I hope I can get some good advice from you - at least I'm sure I'm at the right place here. Ever since the G6 came out I'm having an eye on it's price. Unfortunately rumour has it that it's not produced anymore and also price drop is stagnating. Because of that I'm thinking of getting it soon. If I had the money, I of course would go for the 14-140mm bundle as a start and later on buy one or two primes to complete the kit but 750€ for the kit is just more than I want/can affort. I was looking for more affordable alternatives for that lens but it seems there are none. So I thought why not just get the G6 body for about 370€ and some old, even vintage lenses and a adapter along with it? I'd much prefer all manual lenses anyways (at least for photography), but although I've read quite a bit about it I simply have no clue which ones I should go for in specific or what adapter would be needed. I can tell you that lens size/weight doesn't matter to me and even that the lenses don't have to be top notch - but I also don't want to waste my money on crap. In the long run I might even get a speedbooster so the lenses you suggest should be ok with but also without one and just using a adapter instead (as that's how I'm going to start) and preferably the same lens mount. Of course that's another story if a lens is available for 30-40€ only - then the mount is not that important as long as there is an adapter. I'd be using the G6 for indoor videography - with more than enough lighting though. To give you an idea what lenses could be needed, here's what I'm using it for: I'm mainly filming products from a distance of about 1-2 meters The objects usually are below 10cm wide/high/deep There's basically only two options to film such a product: Either them alone, all over the screen or along with my forearms and hands holding/moving it. But I also would use it for photography and I appreciate a nice bokeh in most cases for: the products I'm filming, of course portraits of course the standard family/friends pictures every now and then I want to get into night sky - astrophotograpy (milkyway, so no extrem zooms but a wide angle lens), also time lapses of that street life/nature photography is something I'm doing rather seldom Ok, I really hope you guys can help me with lens suggestions as I just don't like the idea of getting the standart zoom bundle. Hopefully the lense junkies in this forum will assist me with their knowledge. Every answer helping me with my decision is very appreciated.
  8. Been shooting for about a year now, bought a Sony RX100 when my son was born and the bug bit, both for stills and video. Bought a Sony NEX 5n next to access vintage glass which looked like fun. Have since developed a serious case of LBA, and this particular little video was shot on a Sony NEX 5n with a Helios 44-M 58mm lens. Very much still learning the ropes though:)
  9. I was hoping someone on this forum might be able to let me know what I have come across here. I have acquired what appear to be some pretty neat Canon Cinema lenses. I have been unable to find any information about them online. I was wondering whether they are of any use or value. The models are as follows: Canon J15X8.5B T1.8 Zoom Canon J5X19.5B T1.6 Macro Zoom They seem to be outfitted with PL mounts and are fully manual aside from the removable servo zoom box. These are HUGE and quite heavy. Any input would be fantastic. Thank you! I would attach some photos but I am limited as a new user on the forum. I also opened a thread on dvxuser if you want to check out what they look like. Much thanks! Cheers.
  10. which type of vintage lens is better for a cinema-like image on a g6? would like to stay on one system, thanks!
  11. Hey guys I'm new here.   I recently came upon a Helios 44-2 58mm prime lens and have been very impressed with it's unique character, image quality and sharpness even wide open, especially for the very reasonable price of £4 uk sterling, and it's de-clicked preset type aperture is ideal.   I'd like to complement it with a couple more vintage primes, one around 85mm and the other around 28mm.  I shoot a lot of HD DSLR professionally and often find myself in poorly lit, indoor "rock up and shoot" situations, so the priority for me is to have glass that is fast and stays relatively sharp when wide or close to wide open. The flatter the better in terms of contrast and saturation and flare is a positive in my book.   I currently have a cheap cosina 28mm f2.8 which is average in every respect, and have nothing longer than the Helios other than slower zooms. I know fast and sharp generally means £££££££ and I cannot currently afford quality brand new primes.  I prefer older lenses anyway as I hate not having a manual aperture ring, so I was hoping you guys might have come across a few little vintage gems that might float my boat, preferably under the £150 mark.   I've seen some very nice images from the Jupiter-9 85mm, quite similar in character to the Helios, and they're right on the money, but most reviews suggest that they get very soft when opened up and I'm concerned that I wouldn't get good use out of it for this reason.    Can anybody help me out in my quest for the holy grail in bargain vintage glass?   Cheers dudes.
  12. I have two lenses listed on ebay, both are Exakta mount (EOS, NEX, M43) and are ideal for aperture pulls.   Domiron http://www.ebay.com/itm/130902773154?ru=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fsch%2Fm.html%3Fitem%3D130899559395%26pt%3DUK_Lenses_Filters_Lenses%26_from%3DR40%26_sacat%3D0%26hash%3Ditem1e7a38c3e3%26_ssn%3Dtransferconvertcouk%26_nkw%3D130902773154%26_rdc%3D1   Flektogon http://www.ebay.com/itm/130902773057?ru=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fsch%2Fi.html%3F_from%3DR40%26_sacat%3D0%26_nkw%3D130902773057%26_rdc%3D1
  13. Anyone know anything about this lens?    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Sankyoscope-Anamorphic-1-5X-8mm-movie-lens-Ichizuka-Optical-1960s-/200906477445?pt=UK_Photography_VintagePhotography_VintagePhotoAccessories&hash=item2ec6f58f85
  14. Does anyone know a good site that rates/reviews/values/has information on a wide variety of vintage lenses? Sort of like DPREVIEW.com but for older lenses? I've accumulated a few old lenses from digging around at my parents place, craigslist, and ebay, and am trying to figure out what to keep and what to ditch. I probably don't need all of these, but want to keep the best ones. Here's what I've got if anyone has any tips: vivitar 24mm f2.8 Pentax SMC Takumar 35mm f3.5 Canon Super-Canomatic 35mm f2.5 Canon FD 50mm 1.4 Nikon Nikkor 50mm f2 Helios 44m-4 58mm f2 Jupiter 9 85mm f2 Pentax SMC Takumar 150mm f4 Olympus Zuiko PEN-F 50-90mm auto-zoom f3.5 Thanks! Noah
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