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#1 Peter Justinger

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 07:33 AM

Hello,I have a very good ANG.10-120 T2.This is one of the sharpest zoom lenses ever made for 16mm cinematography. Resolution in the center of the image is 200 lines per millimeter. This zoom lens outperforms many prime lenses for 16mm, especially at the edges of the fram
My question, I can use her at Canon XL H1?--Mount ARRI Baj.--
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#2 Anatole Sloan

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 09:02 AM

Very likely yes. Look for some adapters on the web. Canon has a direct adapter, which however, is only for Canon lenses (correct me if I'm wrong). Have a look at www.Letus35.com. They are good, and cheap for what they are, but still not incredibly cheap.
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#3 Gary McClurg

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 06:29 PM

check out the thread I started about the new P & S for the Canon..
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Posted 07 May 2007 - 02:37 PM

check out the thread I started about the new P & S for the Canon..


To what end?
This is a 16mm lens.
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#5 will griffith

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Posted 07 May 2007 - 04:08 PM

>>Very likely yes.

Not unless there is a new PL (is it a PL Mount lens?) adapter that I am awhere of
I don't think 16mm glass is designed for CCD image blocks either, so may need
to build something special like the JVC adapter.


>>Look for some adapters on the web. Canon has a direct adapter, which however, is only for Canon lenses (correct me if I'm wrong).

That is for EOS lenses and has a 7.5ish multiplication factor, basically useless for cinema


>>Have a look at www.Letus35.com.

1.9 multiplication factor and not sure if there are any mounts besides Nikon and Canon FD
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#6 Leo Anthony Vale

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Posted 08 May 2007 - 02:15 PM

>>Very likely yes.

Not unless there is a new PL (is it a PL Mount lens?) adapter that I am awhere of
I don't think 16mm glass is designed for CCD image blocks either, so may need
to build something special like the JVC adapter.



Look near the bottom of page 1 of the canon topics and find this:

http://www.xl1soluti...om/ADAPTERS.htm

The Angie will have to be an Arri mt. so you can get a pricey PL adapter. a russian one will be better priced than from these long lens addicted dealers.
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