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    Senior Member Dominik Muench's Avatar
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    Hi Guys,

    during a recent model portfolio shoot I had the great pleasure of testing these vintage panavision lenses on my Epic-W.

    here a shot of the lenses, I believe they might be rehoused MkII:



    and some graded stills from the shoot:













    Sorry about the scaling, not sure whats going on here all of a sudden, the images look nice and crisp on my end :/
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    Dominik,

    Superb as always!. Those Vintage Panavision Lenses look great as well, however, they do seem to flare a bit. Your model looks like one badass chick!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    Dominik,

    Superb as always!. Those Vintage Panavision Lenses look great as well, however, they do seem to flare a bit. Your model looks like one badass chick!
    thank you sir, yes they do flare, I quite like it. this was all shot late afternoon straight into the sun.
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    Good stuff Dom.

    Love that Tattoo as well :)
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    thank you Ketch, come to Australia soon for a visit :p
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    Vintage glass and digital sensor give this special sauce. Looking great!

    Wondering how you manage to handheld your rig when shooting vertical.
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    definitely, hence why I love my leica R series glass so much.

    haha it gets heavy after a while but the wooden handgrip and the side handle help a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominik Muench View Post
    definitely, hence why I love my leica R series glass so much.

    haha it gets heavy after a while but the wooden handgrip and the side handle help a lot.
    Have you considered using EVF instead?
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    I tried the RED bomb evf a few times but its not for me, the way I shoot and change formats all the time, the swivel LCD is just quicker and easier.
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    Nice work Dominik! I love the Vintage Panavision Lenses and love what they can do.
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