I too am waiting on the Brevis35 and this is the area that I have little knowledge so thanks a million for the info.
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04-03-2006 07:43 AMUrbanMouse.com
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04-03-2006 01:33 PM
No problem, Timur. Good thread.
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04-04-2006 03:08 AM
hey u got a sticky! woohoo
04-04-2006 05:59 PM
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Allow me to point out this forum....
This is a manual lens forum.Lots of talk of manual lenses and a gallery that shows off many lenses. Canon,Nikon,Pentax screw mount are all over there.
Of course you cant see how they perform on an adapter but you can bet if a lens is especially sharp on still photography ,then it should work well on adapters for video.
Be sure to note the F stop notations so you know which lenses perform well wide open.
04-04-2006 08:11 PM
flint what is this dvx user meeting about? i'm interested!!!!Real Eyes Realize The Real Lies
04-04-2006 08:15 PM
ye you guys should pay attention to the part in Dougs reponse about lens breathing. The Fov changes slightly when focusing lower quality Static lenses. its not too bad, but it happens. It can be used to good effect though. Watch the Professional, with Jean Reno, Gary Oldman. THey basically only used like 5 lenses in that whole movie. Most of it looks like a 28mm Prime, just cause of the barrel distortion evident in most of the frames. but there is one scene , where thhy do an extreme rack focus, and the whole image shifts while they focus. ITs looked great, FOR THAT SHOT, butit could very well ruin yours. So be aware. Long lenses tend to do it less. Wide angle lenses do it more.