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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Tiemann View Post
    I was kinda hoping these would be the Cooke minis to my Tokina Vista Primes. Based on this test, I'm still looking...
    So you prefer your Tokina set?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Tresch View Post
    So you prefer your Tokina set?
    Not a fair comparison when the 40mm costs more than the whole Vespid set. The Tokinas are brilliant, but big and heavy. I'm on the hunt for Komodo-sized lenses that trade speed against size, weight, and cost, but don't let CA in the back door.
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    Honestly pretty interesting glass...
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  4. #24 Comparison with SLR Magic APO's 
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    Has anyone directly compared these to the SLR Magic APO EF Microprimes (the t2.1 set which are rehoused Hyperprimes, not the cheaper non APO Fuji-x/Sony microprimes)
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    DZOFILM Vespid Prime 90mm MACRO Demo by @SIGO Studio



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    Camera: RED Helium 8K
    Lens: DZOFILM Vespid Prime 90mm
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    I think the CVP video and Duclos comments put alot of people off looking for the rendering Vespids offer withotu the CA. It seems dzofilm went back to tweak the vespids on the back of all this, h ence teh delay of release (they wrote a comment somewhere on facebook about tweaking things to improve). Crossing fingers... i have these pro-ordered but ready to cancel if the CA isn't improved.
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    Exciting news. Will definitely give a second look if CA improved. Everything else is fixable in post 8-)
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    Do you know if it's a new glass design or just rehoused lenses ?
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    Vespid Sharpness Comparison



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    "Comparison between Vespid 35, Tamron 24-70 @35 and Sigma 18-35 @ 35mm. Canon C70 w/ .71 focal reducer. So effective aperture is 2.0"
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    Hi Phil and All!

    I'd used it for few of short films shooting, you guys may watch and see what's the difference yin between other brand's Optic,
    I personally pretty much love them, but the same Phil had been mention 35mm & 25mm still had distortions, and I's suggested to DZOFILM earlier after I done the short films...
    1st & 2nd - 90% Shot with DZOFILM Vespid Full Frame Prime Lens Set, and 10% with Angenuinex EZ 1/2 & Mutashi Optic Full Frame Zoom Lens with Red Ranger Monstro VV, only one shot with the Komodo 6k since I just got the camera and not enough time to do the test, so, I don't use much... 4 shooting days for 2 shorts
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWm91KXNnNg
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8tcTsNoYsE
    3rd - 100% Shot with DZOFILM vespid Full Frame Prime Lens Seet and s35mm Zoom Lens (Only on the crane) with Movcam Helm, of cause Red Ranger Monstro VV... 4 shooting days
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9NMAu8sn6M
    Since this the tv show and I'd discussed with Director then shot with the special frame format 2.00:1 to met the visions of TV audience, but still keep the Cine visions...
    Wish can help you guys to understand more about the DZOFILM Optic... Cheers and Stay Safe bros...
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