Baby Isco Gottingen Anamorphot anamorphic 1.5X lens combo Canon 50mm FD lens
Baby Isco Gottingen Anamorphot anamorphic 1.5X lens combo with Canon 50mm FD lens + FD to micro 4/3 adapter + two diopters + attachement systems !!!!!!! + two free Canon FD lenses 35mm + 35-70mm fast zoom lens f/2.8 !!!!
This is a huge opportunity for anamorphic lovers, I'm selling this perfect combo for micro 4/3 systems (GH1, GH2, GF1, GF2, Olympus etc.....) directly usable on your camera ! You will have this rare and tiny baby Isco Gottingen Anamorphot lens 1.5X anamorphic attached with a step down ring standard 52mm to 30.5mm, with also on the top a step down ring 30.5mm to standard 52mm where you will be able to put filters such as ND variable filter for video !!! This great anamorphic lens is sold with a Canon FD 50mm f1.8 lens and you will have a great result on your camera !!!! NO or VERY SLIGHT vignetting !!!!! You will also have two diopters (written 20cm and 40cm) with it to do closed shot !!!!! And a FD to micro 4/3 adapter !!!!! And thats not finish TWO FREE Canon FD lens 35mm f/2.8 and a fast zoom 35-70mm f/2.8 (the anamorphic will vignetting with the 35mm and at some range with the zoom).
I did a movie with this combo Isco Anamorphot 1.5X on the Canon 50mm f/1.8 on my GH2, beautiful wide and closed shots, here is the link :
This is a must have lens, perfect light and small combo to do anamorphic shot in the street, a new way of doing cinema with this pocket combo, you can't miss it !!!!!!!
YOU WILL HAVE (ALL IN PERFECT CONDITION NO OIL NO FUNGUS VERY SLIGHT DUST SMOOTH APERTURE AND FOCUS RING) :
Isco Gottingen Anamorphot 1.5X anamorphic
Two diopters (written 20cm and 40cm)
Canon FD to Micro 4/3 adapter
Step down ring 30.5mm to 52mm
Step up ring 52mm to 30.5mm
Canon FD 50mm lens f/1.8
Canon FD 35mm lens f/2.8
Canon FD FAST zoom 35-70mm f/2.8
Happy bidding !!!!
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