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#1 Steve Zimmerman

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Posted 11 March 2008 - 03:37 AM

This is worth a try :unsure:

I am finally starting to gear up to do some shooting. I just got a PL modified Konvas 1M. A few months back, I had the "clocking" (as the lens tech called it), adjusted on my round front 75mm anamorphic Lomo and the mount was collimated.
Now, after putting my 50mm square front BAS anamorphic lens on the camera, and looking at some charts, I find out it's squeeze element is not perfectly square either. My 35mm BAS square front lens is squared up :lol: .

I know the round fronts have a screw than is loosened and this can be adjusted. Is there anything like that for the squarefronts? It's only a tiny bit off, so its a drag to send it off *IF* I could easily do it myself, because it focuses fine otherwise. Any ideas?

Thanks.
Steve Zimmerman

Edited by Steve Zimmerman, 11 March 2008 - 03:41 AM.

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