Som Berthiot Paris 45mm F2.8
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Me too,waiting for a Bausch & Lomb Baltar 40mm f2.3 to be modified for E-mount. This image was taken with Nex-7 in temporary mount bounded with duct tape.:clap: cool.. Im waiting on a Bausch and Lomb Baltar, to be modify for E-mouth. Like to se more old 35 mm movie lenses here..:watch:
Nice, like to se that one. - The E-mount oneMe too,waiting for a Bausch & Lomb Baltar 40mm f2.3 to be modified for E-mount. This image was taken with Nex-7 in temporary mount bounded with duct tape.
Cooke Kinetal 17.5mm T2 can not cover APS-C sensor , not to mention FF of A7/RMy collections of 35mm Cine lenses :-
(L) B&L Baltar 40/2.3 (M) Cooke Kinetal 17.5mm T2 (R) Astro-Berlin Pan Tachar 28mm F1.8 :thumbup:
The Coke Kinetal :bugeyes: like to se that one on A7R
But it can use on M 4/3 with a bit of vegnetting.
Astro-Berlin Pan-Tachar 28mm F1.8 can cover APS-C of Nex series.
Here is the example image taken with Nex-7 (But I reckon it can't use on FF)
Cooke Speed Panchro much better than Kinetal. I've got 1" F2 Panchro in C-mount and it can be used APS-C mirrorless cameras without modification.OK I read the Cooke Kinetal 17.5 is for 16 mm. I'll like to find a CK for 35 mm, what can eb payed for. They can have silly price some times.