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Iscorama 54 Mounting


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Another question, what is the diameter of the Isco part that would need support, i saw some nice mounts from Lanparte such this one and wondering if the would do the job....

 

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Laparte-III-Prime-Tele-lens-support-V2-TS-02-For-15MM-Rod-Rail-System-BMCC-C300-/261213114420?pt=US_Lens_Adapters_Mounts_Tubes&hash=item3cd183d034

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I still dont have the adapter so i dont know what its diameter is. Will this one.do the job?

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/750371-REG/Cavision_R15_LS25100M_Lens_Support_with_Metal.html

The Cavision mount will work if you have the custom Redstan screw-on mounting ring instead of the stock ring that comes with the 54.  The Redstan ring has a slightly wider outer diameter and fits nicely if built up with a thin later of cardboard.  I use the sheet that comes in my packets of Epson printer paper...cut thin and lining the ring.  When tightened properly the 54 won't budge.  So check with Alan at Redstan.  I believe he may have one in stock.

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I finally bought a Lanparte support and does the job on my isco. This one:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JWV426Q/ref=sr_ph?ie=UTF8&qid=1420124099&sr=1&keywords=lanparte+lens+support

I put 2 adapter rings in the rear en of the ISCO one 77-72 and another 72-77, additionally i am using it with a 52mm front lens so i added a third 52-77 ring. I am attaching some pics...

 

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