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WTB: Isco and Cinelux Integrated Lenses (the lens you take off the anamorphic)


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they make superb stunningly sharp lenses when attached to a helicoid , they blow away most lenses you can buy - we are talking PL Zeiss Cinema glass quaility here .

 

I have moded my Scheniders to use as protrait lenses , I have working 65mm, 75mm, 85mm and 90mm all f2 and insanely sharp!

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I believe many people have them. How much you are willing to pay?  What focus length you need?

Looking for any really, but 60mm and 70mm are at the top of my list. Willing to go $15 a lens.

 

Also a 50mm would be cool, as I think that's the widest they ever got with them.

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they make superb stunningly sharp lenses when attached to a helicoid , they blow away most lenses you can buy - we are talking PL Zeiss Cinema glass quaility here .

 

I have moded my Scheniders to use as protrait lenses , I have working 65mm, 75mm, 85mm and 90mm all f2 and insanely sharp!

 

Exactly what I'm doing! I fell in love with a 60mm that I have since lost and looking to get a new one.

 

What do you use as your helicoid? I've been coring out old Sears lenses and stuffing these in there...

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Looking for any really, but 60mm and 70mm are at the top of my list. Willing to go $15 a lens.
 
Also a 50mm would be cool, as I think that's the widest they ever got with them.

Noway, I bought one at 40 some, plus shipping more than 50.
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But they only cover aps-c.

I have 55 & 70, 80. Above 70 could use on ff. I think 65 might still work. But even same fl, there still have different versions. Some could be used with M42 focus tube, some is too big.


Ken's right, the higher focal lengths should give coverage. I'm partial to APS-C as my default filming sensor size, so I'm perfectly happy with them.
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