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#1 daniel mahlknecht

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Posted 05 March 2007 - 06:24 AM

Hi,
I have the chance to buy this lens (Canon Zoomlens super16mm F2: 14 / 84 mm) but haven't ever heared of it. It costs 3000? with a Bolex SB super16 atached to it (which I would resell as I have an SBM).
The lens has AATON mount and a Bolex B adapter.

Is this a god lens? I would use it on a AATON ltr7 and 35mm should be possible.

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daniel
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#2 Leo Anthony Vale

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Posted 05 March 2007 - 03:53 PM

Hi,
I have the chance to buy this lens (Canon Zoomlens super16mm F2: 14 / 84 mm) but haven't ever heared of it. It costs 3000? with a Bolex SB super16 atached to it (which I would resell as I have an SBM).
The lens has AATON mount and a Bolex B adapter.

Is this a god lens? I would use it on a AATON ltr7 and 35mm should be possible.


It was the first lens made specifically for S16. Rune ericson used a prototype on V.Sjoman's 'Troll' 1971.
Someone at Cinema Products told me that only 3 or 4 were made and all sold in Scandanavia and Iceland.

It's based on the Canon 12.5-75/1.8. It should be good, though maybe not in the 'god' category.
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