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    Anyone actually use Cinematics cine hood Lenses
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    I've read the articles about these and watch the videos about them and I've read the comments about how the other cine-mods out there are better, but I've yet to meet anyone or read anything about the actual usage of these lenses.

    https://thecinelens.com/2011/12/02/c...zed-film-lens/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6b2i34myppg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9OmOn55efk&t=296s

    Based on the last vid they seem to be over-housing instead of re-housing at least for canon lenses, which interest me at least when it comes to the zooms. I was just wondering about their durability, like does stuff get loose or does the ring throw is off after a while or other such grievances. Or instead its actually a good buy. It kind of a justified charge to a client because it looks more "professional" than its actual look. So has anyone actually used them?


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    Any got any updates here? Both those links seem to pre-date the Sigma 18-35 & 50-100 which look to be a much better quality modification. They've added a manual aperture ring to both of them, which would suggest there's a bit more going on than simply gluing the housing over the top like they were doing with the older mods.
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