For sale a rare 1937 Leitz Hektor Rapid 27mm f1.4 cinema lens (s/n 417161) for the Bolex H16 cinema camera. The lens covers full m43 sensor with a little vignetting and soft corners, great for cropped sensor of BMPCC, BMMCC, BMPCC4K (S16 mode). Examples of photos taken on a Lumix GX800 camera.
The condition for its age is excellent: the case is clean with little signs of use, there are some dust and a bubble inside (this is typical of pre-war Leitz lenses), I did not notice the effect on the picture. The lens has been professionally serviced. A complete disassembly, cleaning and lubrication was carried out. The focus and aperture rings spin smoothly and effortlessly. The diaphragm is clean, 10 blades. The kit includes the original hood, front cap and c-mount adapter - m43 (MFT) with rear cap. There is focus on infinity. I will send the lens by mail worldwide.
I shot this video with this lens Leitz Hektor Rapid 2.7cm f/1.4 on a Lumix GX800 camera: https://youtu.be/uIRKYGp6tg8
Selling three LOMO cine lenses in OCT-18 mount accompanied by an OCT-18 to ARRI PL adapter from Rafcamera. There are some cheaper adapters out there who simply locks the lens and then you rotate the lens out of its helicoid, a primitive and not very satisfying solution. This adapter has a pin which locks the lenses in the correct and intended way and lets you focus using their own helicoid. Changing lenses is also simple as you just pull them out and push them in. I have not tried the adapter on a camera since I never got around to buying a PL-adapter. The lens bodies are worn as Lomo cine lenses almost always are. There's some dust inside the lenses but no fungus or major scratches.
The lenses are:
okc7-28-1 28mm t2.2
okc11-35-1 35mm t2.3
okc1-50-6 50mm t2.2
Covering SUPER-35/APS-C, not full frame.
Price 850€ including shipping. Selling only within the EU (including the UK).
I also have a set of franken-cine-lenses, very crudely adapted. I am getting rid of those, but selling with no guarantee. You could always use the lens blocks if they are problematic. To use them you have to have a thin m42 or l39 adapter as they have a very short working distance. I will include a short l39 to m42 helicoid made by yeenon, and can include a thin adapter to Sony E if you are interested.
The lenses are:
okc1-22-1 22mm f2.8
helios-33 (cine lens made at KMZ, not LOMO) 35mm f2
I have used these lenses quite alot on an EOS M with ml raw. The okc1-40-1 was my standard travel lens on my a7s as it is so small and covers full frame in 16:9 (dark extreme corners otherwise, correctable though).
Price 100€ for the lot including shipping. Selling only within the EU (including the UK).
I am planning to unload some camera stuff, and will list them on swedish ebay shortly, but If you are interested in any of the following just PM and I will send photos:
Prices do not include shipping.
Zenit m39 mount, silver lenses:
Jupiter-9 early and rare KMZ make 100€
Mir-1 pre-series, KMZ 70€
Helios-44-2 MMZ, damaged filter ring but still usable. Extremely smooth focusing 50€
Mir-24m 35mm f2 KMZ 100€
Jupiter-37a 135mm f3.5 40€
Volna 50mm f1.8, LOMO 70€
Variozenitar-K zoom 25-45mm 2.8-3.5, auto aperture pin removed for easier use with digital cameras. Works in stop down mode now, otherwise it would have stayed wide open all the time. Zoom ring not smooth, but turns. 70€
I have some Lomos for sale, first up is this 100mm.
Insanely smooth bokeh and smooth highlight and shadows rolloff
- OKC1-100-1 / 100mm F2 (T2.3)
- Full Frame+ coverage!
- 16 iris blades, perfectly round and dry!!!
- Already converted to Stainless Steel PL Mount
- 0.8 mod gear on focus ring
- Added removable 80mm OD front
- Brass version!
- Build in 1975
- In good conditions and ready to shoot!
Asking €1500 FIRM
I can ship WW with UPS.
Payment with bank transfer or PayPal.
I have a SpeedBooster for the Pocket and the Micro for sale, Canon EF lens version.
Asking price is 450€
I'm in Italy and I can ship to Europe for fair prices and even WW if needed (postal or UPS).
BTW I also have a brand new Wooden Camera cage for the BMMCC plus the Wooden Camera PL Mount Pro kit for it in another thread
Hey all, I'm looking to shoot a narrative short film with controlled lighting early next year and am thinking about shooting it on my original BMPCC...
I know, I know. No 4K, terrible low-light, and horrible battery life. But if 1080p was fine, controlled lighting throughout, and an external battery solution, is it better for me to use the original and cancel my 4K pre-order? I could use the money saved to pay for an additional cine prime/actually pay actors a decent wage...
What would be the advantages in this case of using the 4K over the original?