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#1 Relja Ilic

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Posted 02 March 2011 - 11:57 AM

hi there,
i found on yellow pages this lense and i was wondering, is there any possibilities to put it on canon 7d and how?

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#2 James Steven Beverly

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Posted 02 March 2011 - 10:33 PM

Using classic Russian cine glass on digital still cameras is just evil. Use some Russian still lenses if you must but leave the Lomo cine lenses for Commiecams.
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Posted 03 March 2011 - 04:08 AM

Why, James? I'm not a film maker, but as I can see, many people adapting 75mm LOMO lenses to their DSLR's. There should be a reason, I suppose. Don't disappoint me since I'm just about to stock about 20 such lenses :-) What I'll do with all of them if you prove that they are evil? :-)
As I heard, people use LOMO cine lenses to shoot HD movies with DSLR's. But not sure why - for swallow DOF, probably. Or due to image they give more suitable for moving pictures than image produced by still image lenses.
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Posted 09 March 2011 - 01:46 PM

Hi, I have a OCt.19 mount on my canon T2i, i have a full set of lomo superspeed lens. The 18mm, 22mm, 28mm, 35mm work. the 50mm and 75mm, hit the mirror when you focus to infinity.
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#5 Olex Kalynychenko

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 04:14 AM

Hi, I have a OCt.19 mount on my canon T2i, i have a full set of lomo superspeed lens. The 18mm, 22mm, 28mm, 35mm work. the 50mm and 75mm, hit the mirror when you focus to infinity.

LOMO OKS-11-50-1 50 mm F 1,2 at Kinor-35H edition of body have outside lever for focusing parts.
And the rear side of glass have big diameter. The focusing lever can give you disturb.

I think, you need find a other version of body with similar lens block.
I know version of 35OKS-11-50-1 " Kinooptika" with small size lens back. This is lens can have Arri PL mount version.

The similar story can be with OKS-14-75-1 75 mm F1,4.
The version of OKS-14-75-1 with upgraded lens mount to Arri Pl have small size of lens back.
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