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    no not really. just DOF and FOV
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    Timur I see that you have the go-35 link on your posts is this now out finally...

    If so which is better in your opinion the go-35 or the sgpro?


     

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    the go35 has been out for a year. Its very nice. check the sites look at footage.

    Make your own descisions. infact check these makers out too.

    www.cinevate.com
    www.letus35.com
    www.go-35.com
    www.sgpro.co.uk
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    So if I mix 35 adapter footage with stock lense footage it wont look weird is that right?This is for a feature.
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    test it out. see if its acceptable to you. borrow or rent one in your area do tests.
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    One quick question. The reason that we need an achromat is so the camera can zoom in close and focus at the same time. But what if we simply increase the distance between the GG and the lense, say by using several spacer rings?
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    thats alot of spacer rings......
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimurCivan View Post
    thats alot of spacer rings......
    What do you mean Timur? The achromat from the M2 is no more than a few centimeters thick. Several spacer rings threaded together should easily cover that distance. Or is there something I'm missing?
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    no i mean the minmum focal distance atthe neccesary zoom is like..... 3 feet or something. plus i dont think optically it can happen without special macro/acromatic lenses.
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    First of all, Timur, thanks so much for your very informative posts. For those of us learning more about film, it does a great deal of teaching.

    I've considering going with Brevis for some time now. Especially after Bob Gundu or Chad Terpstra's work under their demo section. I know Cinevate just came out with the Rev2 Brevis. From looking at the go-35, it seems like a much affordable solution.

    I'm well aware about the pros and cons of each adapter...but if I'm shooting with an HVX, from a image/light quality point of view, out of your personal experience with adapters and what you've seen, what would you recommend?

    I hope it's not too general or newbie of a question.
    Just trying to get some answers in the middle of all these different types of adapters.
    Thanks in advance Timur.


    Carlos.


     

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