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    DPStewart - Thanks! A little rain was pouring on us and was bothering us during the shoot. Luckily a wet forest accomplished the mood, just drop of melancholy Only Mamiyas! 35mm f3.5 and 80mm f1.9

    Asyndeton - They are beautiful and well made lenses, cheaper adapter is flimsy and not good if using ff! My lenses are only Sekor C. There is also Sekor C N which ones has a bit more modern coating or something like that. There is a long topic about these lenses as well in REDUser forum.

    trispembo - Indeed! I'm looking for 45mm Sekor C lens. It would be good for wide end paired with the anamorphic adapter.

    Link for the DNGs: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bw...mh2c1l5elplOUU // Let me know if there is some kind of problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aatmoss View Post
    DPStewart - Thanks! A little rain was pouring on us and was bothering us during the shoot. Luckily a wet forest accomplished the mood, just drop of melancholy Only Mamiyas! 35mm f3.5 and 80mm f1.9

    Asyndeton - They are beautiful and well made lenses, cheaper adapter is flimsy and not good if using ff! My lenses are only Sekor C. There is also Sekor C N which ones has a bit more modern coating or something like that. There is a long topic about these lenses as well in REDUser forum.

    trispembo - Indeed! I'm looking for 45mm Sekor C lens. It would be good for wide end paired with the anamorphic adapter.

    Link for the DNGs: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bw...mh2c1l5elplOUU // Let me know if there is some kind of problems.
    Thanks for posting the stills, loving the looks of them! I got a 55mm f2.8 off of Ebay for cheap, going to go for the 35mm and 80mm after I play with it. Did you get the Fotodiox M645 to EOS adapter? Going to grab one of those to test with and then maybe get the C7 adapter if I decide to go with a whole set of these.
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    Mine doesn't have brand at all. Only text is Mamiya645-EOS It was around 60€ still. Looks very similar tho!

    Nice! I like the 35mm and 80mm the most. 150mm and 55mm are also very nice looking lenses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aatmoss View Post
    Mine doesn't have brand at all. Only text is Mamiya645-EOS It was around 60€ still. Looks very similar tho!

    Nice! I like the 35mm and 80mm the most. 150mm and 55mm are also very nice looking lenses.
    I believe the Fotodiox has similar markings, yours may be a knockoff version of it. I have a couple other Fotodiox adapters and they're decent enough for the price.

    can't wait to play with the 80mm when I get my hands on one, I'll post some stills when I get the 55mm in sometime next week.
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    Asyndeton, it'd be nice to see stills from you!

    Yeah it might be a knockoff!
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    Got the 55mm f2.8 in today, did a few quick around-the-house things. Love the performance of this lens already, may have a chance to use it on a shoot this Saturday.

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    I don't know what it is but there is something in these lenses. I have to do some kind of lens comparison between my lenses from different manufacturers.
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    Test frames for tomorrows music video shoot. I'll be a DOP & colorist. The director was in front of the camera. Today we build a set in my studio and I rigged lights. Graded stills.

    Mamiya Sekor C 80mm f1.9, Sekor C 55mm f2.8 // Cinelux 2x // FM-lens
    Ursa Mini 4.6k - 3k anamorphic // Raw 4/1


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    The character of those lenses sure have something special - it's like magic.
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