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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacek Zakowicz View Post
    Davids tests don't look blurry at all...
    Yes, looks nice. I've seen the test footage (link below) before David's stills,
    but David's shots look good, too. Very impressive for such a cheap lens.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5Tc4O_Alfo

    When there will be anamorphic lenses for every budget, why should one use True Streak filters to pretend... ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas B. View Post
    Yes, looks nice. I've seen the test footage (link below) before David's stills,
    but David's shots look good, too. Very impressive for such a cheap lens.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5Tc4O_Alfo

    When there will be anamorphic lenses for every budget, why should one use True Streak filters to pretend... ;)
    Definitely much sharper example there, but that's the 50mm, maybe I've only seen bad 35mm examples, or maybe the examples I've seen have been bad apples or the users being unable to hit focus correctly. They're intriguing, but will hold off personally until I see more from them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Orlandi View Post
    I just don’t understand why these companies go though all the trouble of designing a lens from the ground up, even having it cover way beyond s35mm image circle, and then put the most restrictive and least used mount in the industry on it! Such a waste and completely limiting their market.

    Even Sony E mount is used more than m4/3. But it just makes no sense to me for them to go through the very expensive process of designing and manufacturing a lens, only to not put the most popular mounts on it, design the flange with EF in mind and you’ve got a huge market.
    I kinda disagree, I think MFT Mount has greater widespread support than E Mount.
    (definitely for anamorphic it does!)

    However, yes, I agree. Wish swappable mounts was a more widespread thing!
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    Has anyone seen a Native RF to 4/3ís adapter? I see Metabones has an EF to 4/3ís adapter but I donít know if you can put an adapter on an adapter from the existing RF to EF that Red provides...? Or say a PL to 4/3ís From an existing RF to PL, such as the one I have on my Komodo now from Wooden Camera?
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