Thread: If you could only have 1 lens to pair with your Komodo, which would it be?

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    So many great options but I’d also choose the canon RF 15-35 2.8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colton John McLaughlin View Post
    I might have to search for that 28-70! I am in love with my minolta MD Rokkor 50 f1.4, one of my favourite lenses!
    There are multiple examples available on e-bay. Typically well under $100 asking. Very cheap price for a very good lens. Early MOS sample shot with mine shortly after I got my Bolex.
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    I think the rumored upcoming canon rf 14-28 f.2.0 would be pretty dope.
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    I've been scheming to line up my C-mount Cooke Ivotals for this, at least for personal funtime. So my answer will have to be the 1" Ivotal, with a pocketful of the 2", 2.8", and 4". Not exactly the most up to date mechanics, but a nice set of tiny primes that cover S35 with lovely images.

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    Fujinon 18-55 T2.9 MK lens.
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    On paper, the Laowa OOOM 25-100mm T2.9 (pre-order):

    https://www.ducloslenses.com/product...27880198045719

    In reality, the Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM | A

    https://www.sigmaphoto.com/lenses/wi...mm-f2-dg-hsm-a
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    Otus 55 1.4 hands down my work horse and does as I expect in every setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blair S. Paulsen View Post
    Fine, I'll show you crazy. Take the Canon 50-1,000 Cine zoom, clamp the monitor to the matte box, screw/bolt the shoulder pad to the lens support foot and the Komodo can hang off the back of the lens for counterweight ;-}. 19mm Titanium iris rods recommended, might be difficult to park in small spaces :)

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