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Canon EOS 50D with Squarefront and Roundfront Anamorphic lenses


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Just want to share this moment :D

 

I used to ask this about a year ago whether it's possible to use a Lomo Roundfront Anamorphic lens in PL mount with a Canon camera with a PL adapter. Most people said that can't be done due to the mirror, the mount size, etc... So I've decided to order a PL mount adapter to give a try and... it works! Even with the squarefront one but just the 80mm.

 

There is no need to remove the mirror for most roundfront lens like 75mm, 100mm and 150mm and even the Squarefront 80mm because they have short rear part. But for the 50mm it has a bit longer rear mount so you need to tape the mirror.

 

Sample stills from the Roundfront 75mm can be found here.

 

Too bad, I don't work full time for filmmaking now. Otherwise, this would be even more exciting for me :(

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Good day !

Below photos of different anamorphic lenses with Canon 7D

Exept LOMO Anamorphic square front F = 35 type 35BAS10-2 and extremely  rare F = 22 - Bifocator II all anamorphics can fit on Canon 7D with different mounts - OCT-19 , Nikon , Canon EOS , Micro 4/3

All LOMO Anamorphics roundfront easy converted on Canon EOS mount , you can make it himself without help of any technician during 5 minutes .

If you need I can sell you Canon EOS mounts , Nikon or Micro 4/3

 

Foton Zoom lens PL mount with Canon 7D

 

Foton - zoom with Canon 7D - 1'' target='_blank'>Foton - zoom with Canon 7D - 1> Foton - zoom with Canon 7D - 1

 

LOMO Anamorphic roundfront F = 75/2 type 35BAS23-2 - Nikon mount - with Canon 7D

 

Canon 7D with lens 35BAS23 Nikon 1'' target='_blank'>Canon 7D with lens 35BAS23 Nikon 1> Canon 7D with lens 35BAS23 Nikon 1

 

LOMO Anamorphic F = 75/2 type 35BAS23/2 after conversion on Nikon mount'' target='_blank'>LOMO Anamorphic F = 75/2 type 35BAS23/2 after conversion on Nikon mount> LOMO Anamorphic F = 75/2 type 35BAS23/2 after conversion on Nikon mount

 

LOMO Anamorphic F = 75/2 type 35BAS23-2 after conversion on Nikon mount'' target='_blank'>LOMO Anamorphic F = 75/2 type 35BAS23-2 after conversion on Nikon mount> LOMO Anamorphic F = 75/2 type 35BAS23-2 after conversion on Nikon mount

 

LOMO Anamorphic roundfront F = 50/2 type 35BAS22-2 - PL mount with Canon 7D

 

Canon 7D with lens 35BAS22 F = 50 mm'' target='_blank'>Canon 7D with lens 35BAS22 F = 50 mm> Canon 7D with lens 35BAS22 F = 50 mm

 

LOMO Anamorphic F = 200 /3.5 type 35BAS3-2 - OCT-19 mount with Canon 7D

 

Canon 7D with lens 35BAS3-2  F = 200'' target='_blank'>Canon 7D with lens 35BAS3-2  F = 200> Canon 7D with lens 35BAS3-2  F = 200

 

LOMO Anamorphic roundfront F= 75/2 type 35BAS23-2 - OCT-19 mount - with Canon 7D

 

Canon 7D - OCT-19 mount - camera with lenses'' target='_blank'>Canon 7D - OCT-19 mount - camera with lenses> Canon 7D - OCT-19 mount - camera with lenses

 

LOMO Anamorphic square front F = 50/2 type 35BAS4-15 - PL mount with Canon 7D

 

Canon 7D with anamorphic F=50'' target='_blank'>Canon 7D with anamorphic F=50> Canon 7D with anamorphic F=50

 

LOMO Fast Anamorphic F = 75/1.4 type BAs38-1 - PL mount with Canon 7D

 

Canon 7D with Fast  anam F=75 - BAS38 - 1'' target='_blank'>Canon 7D with Fast  anam F=75 - BAS38 - 1> Canon 7D with Fast  anam F=75 - BAS38 - 1

 

 

Anamorphic Zoom 35OPF18-1A , F = 40-240 , PL mount with Canon 7D

 

Anamorphic Zoom 35OPF18 - 1 A  with Canon 7D'' target='_blank'>Anamorphic Zoom 35OPF18 - 1 A  with Canon 7D> Anamorphic Zoom 35OPF18 - 1 A  with Canon 7D

 

Canon EOS mount for LOMO Anamorphic roundfront F = 50/2 type 35BAS22-2

 

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Anam F=50 with Canon EOS mount - 1'' target='_blank'>Anam F=50 with Canon EOS mount - 1> Anam F=50 with Canon EOS mount - 1

 

 

Best regards

Sergey

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Hi Sergey,

 

Those are super amazing stuffs! I'm very very very interested in buying your items but honestly since you're very very slow at replying emails (and sometimes just disappeared) and have a lot of bad reputations at REDUSER.net. I can't really think about buying directly from you.

 

Is there any way you could prove yourself?

 

With all regards!

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