Let's say you had some Nikon lenses already and wanted to shoot some digital footage for professional use - maybe what you shoot ends up online for a company website, and gets put on DVDs that they sell. You decide to get hold of a camera body that you can use with your Nikon lenses (the UMP comes with an adapter). What could the Ursa Mini Pro do that, say, the Nikon D500 couldn't? Would there be much difference in the look?
Jon O'BrienMember Since 23 Sep 2016
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In my teens and early twenties I made many movies, in Super 8, Standard 8, and 16mm. More recently I've been getting back into film cinematography again. Bruce McNaughton at Aranda has recently modified a camera for me.
FOR SALE: I have a Bolex S16 Rex 5 for sale if anyone is interested. It's in great condition, works beautifully, has no problems, and comes with a Switar 16mm Rx lens that is a fine lens with all parts working perfectly and no fungus, fogging or scratches. AUD$1,500 for the whole package. I have a very fine Manfrotto fluid head tripod for it, for $300.