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Sharp C-mount LINOS MeVis-C 35mm 1.6 on Olympus OM-D E-M5


Sebastien Farges

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https://vimeo.com/75065010

I've found this incredible C-mount lens on Ebay for 150€. It's a LINOS MeVis-C 35mm 1.6 C-mount lens made by Qioptiq. It's an industrial lens, usualy sold for 1090$ (pstechnik.de/en/optics-c-mount.php).

The 35mm is designed for 1'' sensor. It has been used in some of the shots of Slumdog Millionaire. 
I'm looking for a solution to use it with my anamorphic lens my baby Hypergonar. I did some fast test and it's very promising !!!!! (flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/9845131316/)

Olympus OM-D E-M5
LINOS MeVis-C C-mount 35mm 1.6 lens made by Qioptiq (rear limed to fit in the C-mount adapter) always oppened @ 1.6
Hoya ND Filter ND400
1080P30, 1/50
Art4 "tonalitée lumineuse" art filter
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