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Old 06-11-2019   #83
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Old 06-11-2019   #84
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Try the other way round for a change, put a Leica lens on an old cine camera...

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Old 06-11-2019   #85
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Jeffo, is this a monitor built into an old tv-set?


I love the picture.


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Old 06-17-2019   #86
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Jeffo, is this a monitor built into an old tv-set?


I love the picture.


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It was a TV playing some video.

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Old 06-18-2019   #87
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Old 06-21-2019   #88
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Old 06-27-2019   #89
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My father will only shoot kinoptik glass - now I know why - too bad they are not that many s16 digital cameras
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Love how the OPEN sign in the background is blurred out but yet completely legible because of the shape of the bokeh balls.
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Old 07-09-2019   #94
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Very nice, Jeffo!


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Old 07-23-2019   #96
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Fantastic shot, Jeffo.


I hope everything will turn out right in HK.

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These old motion picture lenses draw beautifully. Are the modifications to make them compatible with Leica M permanent? I ask because there are a few folks out there that have bought up a great number of the old cine lenses, butchered the mounts then set them into Leica M focusing helicals This is unfortunate for us who want to shoot old optics as they were intended, on motion picture cameras. It is almost impossible to find lens in Eyemo mount aside from the 25mm Eyemax which is a hyperfocal, non focusing lens. Almost everything else out there that hasn't been cut up costs the same amount as a modern PL mount lens which is not compatiblle with a clockwork Eyemo. It's frustrating. Gorgeous photos but how they came to be is really maddening for those of us who want to shoot them on motion picture cameras.
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gosh i love all of your photos. any suggestions on lower priced cine lenses that i could buy to get this type of rendering?? love the cinematic and artistic edge on these. don't even know where to begin....
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gosh i love all of your photos. any suggestions on lower priced cine lenses that i could buy to get this type of rendering?? love the cinematic and artistic edge on these. don't even know where to begin....

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gosh i love all of your photos. any suggestions on lower priced cine lenses that i could buy to get this type of rendering?? love the cinematic and artistic edge on these. don't even know where to begin....
There are no more affordable cine lenses. They have almost all been bought up and modified. There is a seller on eBay who has a $50 optical block sitting in a $400-500 calibrated RF coupled helicoid selling for $1200. That lens was formerly a decent Cinema lens for shooting 35mm film but has been permanently butchered to play with on a Leica. Now there are plenty of adapters for use on mirrorless cameras without surgery. It's really frustrating.
Oh well, I have a dual range Summicron that I need to grind the focusing cam off of to make a permanent modification to a beautiful optic that I'm going to use only once in a while.
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These old motion picture lenses draw beautifully. Are the modifications to make them compatible with Leica M permanent? I ask because there are a few folks out there that have bought up a great number of the old cine lenses, butchered the mounts then set them into Leica M focusing helicals This is unfortunate for us who want to shoot old optics as they were intended, on motion picture cameras. It is almost impossible to find lens in Eyemo mount aside from the 25mm Eyemax which is a hyperfocal, non focusing lens. Almost everything else out there that hasn't been cut up costs the same amount as a modern PL mount lens which is not compatiblle with a clockwork Eyemo. It's frustrating. Gorgeous photos but how they came to be is really maddening for those of us who want to shoot them on motion picture cameras.
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Yes, we can modify those cine lenses on Leica M couple but mostly start 45mm due to the image circle below this focal length might not cover FF. There are few master in HK, Taiwan and China that can do this modification. Price can be from EURO400-500 per modification. Most of my lenses from 50mm to 75mm are modified to Leica M coupled. I had fall in love shooting cine lenses with Leica or now Fuji Medium format.

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Here is one cine lens on Fuji GFX100 shoot.

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Fantastic shot, Jeffo.


I hope everything will turn out right in HK.



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Thanks Erik for the warm message. We are ok in HK and it's not serious and we are safe.

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That is very good to hear, Jeff.


Wonderful parrot!


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