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Lumix G Vario 12-35mm + Anamorphic

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This lens does not have the focal length to be used with most of the anamorphic lenses floating around eBay. It would probably work on the LA7200 or maybe the Century, but that's about it. However, the upcoming 35-100mm would probably work. And then you'd have a fast, image-stabilized micro four thirds lens to use with your anamorphic.

In anticipation for this lens, I tried holding my Iscomorphot in front of the 12-35mm to see if it would flare. It doesn't (or it didn't in my test) and I think that it's unlikely that the 35-100mm will flare either.

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I've been posting around the net to try and get someone with a La7200 to see where vignetting starts on the 12-35. We know the 14-140 is around 16m, but it works at 12mm on the Olympus, so I've got my fingers crossed, even though it's a zoom.

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question for la 7200 users..

 

is everybody using 2 step rings for connection of anamorphic to taking lens?

which in theory must be creating extra distance between the anamorphic and camera lens and thus adding to vignetting issues when using wider angle optics  yes no?

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I use a XX-72mm (mostly 52-72), and a 72mm UV, because the la7200 thread is sort of short/hard to reach.

 

But when the taking lens has a larger filter diameter, I use just one ring. On the Canon 16-35mm, for example, 82mm thread, just a 82-72mm ring.

 

On a T2i, it goes all the way to 16 without vignetting, on the 5D, black borders start to show at 28mm.

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Yes, due step ring, XX-72+ 72mm UV me to pick up the thread (I took a close-up cheap 5$ 72mm and I removed the lens) or xx-77 + step-down 77-72...

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