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    Thanks John, looking forward to that!
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    Another FYI about Metabones (and other adapters), after looking at the Komodo drawings (whoa, didn't realize it was *that* small!!):

    Many of these have a built in tripod foot which will protrude below the bottom of Komodo. These are removable, BUT the standard centered 1-4/20 mounting point tends to be integrated into this foot: once you remove it you find some kind of proprietary mounting points which won't mate with your lens support.

    I'm sure y'all all gathered that you'd need the camera on a riser to get a support under a lens, but I thought it might not've been immediately obvious that you'd need one even to get a support under a mount adapter.
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    RF to LPL? :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodrigo Violante View Post
    RF to LPL? :)
    Yep got that planned too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Marchant View Post
    At KipperTie we have an RF to PL Revolva close to finalised. Same exact filter cartridges that Revolva uses, solid mounting foot to help support the PL mass.
    I like the sound of that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Marchant View Post
    At KipperTie we have an RF to PL Revolva close to finalised. Same exact filter cartridges that Revolva uses, solid mounting foot to help support the PL mass.
    I would love one of those please
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Daust View Post
    I would love one of those please
    Yep this will be great John - look forward to more info
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodrigo Violante View Post
    RF to LPL? :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hofmeyr View Post
    There were some questions in the Komodo mega-thread regarding the metabones RF to EF speedbooster (https://metabones.com/products/details/MB_SPEF-EFR-BT1). It has a 0.71x crop factor, which seems perfect for the 1.42x crop factor Komodo sensor (when calculating from diagonals). If anyone has this adapter and could take a full frame photo with it on to show exactly where it vignettes, it would be most helpful.
    I'm interested in seeing this as well. I came across this video: https://vimeo.com/386841873, which was shot on an EOS R with Speedbooster in HD (full frame, no crop) rather than cropped 4K. It's 2.4:1 and there is just a bit of vignetting. With the added leeway of Komodo's crop, it looks somewhat promising, especially for that aspect ratio.
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    Who's going to make a RF to EF speedbooster with vari-eND built in? Would that even be possible?
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