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  1. #1 Can we get a GDU DSMC2 Speed booster. 
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    Sony FX9 released, full frame $10k.


    Can we please get an olpf sized Speedbooster? GDU?
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    This?

    https://store-abt.de/speedmount-for-red-dsmc2-cameras/

    (Does not work on Magnesium Dragon)
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    They should... but it should be DSMC1 compatible! (And only ~$500 more than a regular mount). 😎
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    What would this give komodo as a FOV equivalent?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domenic Barbero View Post
    What would this give komodo as a FOV equivalent?
    Yes. Just posting the other option for when that time comes.

    The ABT one is pretty ideal I believe for Helium.
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    The metabones one will take the s35 on komodo and get closer to what? OG dragon FOV?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domenic Barbero View Post
    The metabones one will take the s35 on komodo and get closer to what? OG dragon FOV?
    Nope, more like about 38mm wide on the sensor side of things.

    And no, it's not like shooting with an actual sensor that wide, but if you are looking for the good things focal reducers do like expand the FOV and increase the speed of your glass, it's a good thing.

    But generally I'd still recommend stopping down a stop when working with reducers/speed boosters. Much more noticeable on the ultra wide and super tele side of things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    Nope, more like about 38mm wide on the sensor side of things.

    And no, it's not like shooting with an actual sensor that wide, but if you are looking for the good things focal reducers do like expand the FOV and increase the speed of your glass, it's a good thing.

    But generally I'd still recommend stopping down a stop when working with reducers/speed boosters. Much more noticeable on the ultra wide and super tele side of things.
    Phil even though DSMC3 will be interchangable mounts, do you think the "sensor flange" will be closer like komodo to facilitate using any lens in existence, so to speak...?

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    I'm bet DSMC3 will be RF mount. Now I hope with some Auto Focus goodies.
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