Iscorama Pre-36 50mm f2.8 1.5x Anamorphic lens - Nikon F mount, Isco Gottingham On Ebay
I wanted to showcase my passion project "The Night Knows No Shore" here on EOSHD. I've been a long time reader of Andrew's blog and it was his footage that inspired me to get an Iscorama a long time ago.
After doing tests with it for a while I came up with this idea for a movie. And you can now see the result on youtube:
It's a project made by one single actor and one single crew member (me) with one single focal length (a Canon FD 85mm 1.8) and one single focus anamorphic lens ( Iscorama pre-36). Don't expect much action. It's a slow film with lots of monologues and no real plot. It's about one young man's thoughts on society, religion, art, philosophy, life in general. Have a look. If you don't like all the "pretentious" talking, maybe you like the footage. Let me know what you think. If you have any questions, just ask. Enjoy!
I am selling this package: https://www.ebay.es/itm/292624231515?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
- Anamorphic lens ISCO-OPTIC Cinemascope Ultra-Star (anamorphic 2x)
- Wide angle converter 0.6x
- Diopter 2x Canon 500D Achromatic 72mm
- Diopter 1x B+W 72mm
- Collar support
- 15mm rod support
- Step rings and 72mm filter adapter
- Lens caps
This anamorphic lens works attached to any lens closer than 80mm (FF), 50mm (Super35/APS) or 40mm (m4/3). It is appropriate for small lenses with a front thread smaller than 67mm approx. or it will create vignetting.
The adapter is placed in front of the base lens with or without the rod support (directly screwed with step rings).
72mm filters can be used in front of the anamorphic adapter in this setup, as well as other sizes if you have the step ring.
For using the 0.6x wide angle converter a 72-58mm step down ring is necessary (not provided).
More info about this lens: https://www.vid-atlantic.com/lensshop/isco-19x-anamorphic-lens
All the package costed around €1500.