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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary T View Post
    over 1700 exhibitors at NAB
    NAB is mostly broadcast oriented, Cinegear is filmmaker oriented. As a result there are some exhibitors that stopped hosting booths at NAB like Red, and it's also why Panasonic teased its EVA1 cinema camera at NAB but launched at Cinegear.


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    There will be announcements of note at CineGear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreeOnline View Post
    I think we need new mounts, like Canon's RF mount to get truly new lens designs. Like you say James: formats are getting larger, and from a lens' point of view it doesn't matter if the camera body is small, if the sensor it needs to cover remains large.

    And speaking of Canons RF mount.... reading some of Canon's white papers, they mention the ability for more compact lens designs with maintained quality as one of the strengths of the new mount's shorter flange distance. Still, looking at the release of the 85mm f1.2 RF makes it obvious that when truly building for quality, size won't change all that much.
    The physics that apply to circuit boards don't apply to light, unfortunately. For a smaller lenses it'd take a compete rethink of how the entire process works.


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    Smaller focal flange distance does help, because it takes away some relevant restrictions. But those restrictions are irrelenvant for long lenses: an 85mm lens doesn't need to have an element close to the sensor. Anything that needs a retrofocus / reverse telefocus design, though, can benefit, as a super strong front meniscus is no longer needed, and with that gone you don't also need all the little elements that correct the aberrations created by that big front element.

    It's not magic, though: the Sigma 16mm f/1.4 for APS-C mirrorless is great and not too heavy, but still pretty big.

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    There will be announcements of note at CineGear.
    Awesome


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch Gross View Post
    There will be announcements of note at CineGear.
    Now we're talking!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch Gross View Post
    There will be announcements of note at CineGear.
    Perhaps a EVA-1 with a L-mount? A EVA-L? Hopefully for less than a million dollars!


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    Duclos Lenses will be showing Musashi brand optics, which Duclos will be importing from Japan.
    Last edited by Kevin Kelly; 05-20-2019 at 02:32 PM.


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    A few more Master Classes sponsored/taught by AbleCine have been added to schedule for those interested in training.

    http://www.cinegearexpo.com/master-classes


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    How many of you will be attending? I'll be covering it along with a few others for www.hdvideopro.com Should be a heck of lot better than NAB. Much more focused and interesting show in a manageable size, NAB is too freaking large and spread out.
    It's a business first and a creative outlet second.
    G.A.S. destroys lives. Stop buying gear that doesn't make you money.


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    I'll be there helping to cover it for Red Shark News.


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