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jonny shaw

Member Since 22 Oct 2006
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In Topic: Fish eye or rectilinear for filming?

29 June 2015 - 09:04 PM

Yeah I am keen to try out the Nikonos adapter but it all comes down to $$$$

 

I have also been shooting with the new 16-35 f4... it has replaced my sigma 17-70 as that doesn't cover dragon well at all. I am reasonably happy with it... but it still isn't as good as the Zeiss


In Topic: Hydroflex RAC at the Silfra Fissure

29 June 2015 - 08:58 PM

Interested to hear more about the Hawks.. I did a shoot recently using the Kowa anamorphics and they were great, what diopter etc did you need to use etc and what focal lengths did you go for?

Pretty impressive getting that rig out there and shooting well done mate!


In Topic: Fish eye or rectilinear for filming?

01 June 2015 - 04:32 PM

Fish eye on video can look great on big subjects if you let the subject move through frame, if you pan / tilt it will all go horribly wrong. I prefer rectilinear by far but obvioulsy you have to deal with softer corners, I would save a few extra bucks and get the 16-35 f4 as it will give you more options than the Sigma, it will also help with making a sequence by using the various focal lengths. Just my 2c

 

My main lens choices are

Canon 8-15 FE (haven't used it in over two years)

15mm Zeiss (hardly ever comes off)

16-35 Canon f4

Sigma 17-70 macro

60mm

100mm


In Topic: Nikonos UW 15mm f2.8

27 January 2015 - 03:01 PM

Contact Pawel Achtel, he has a load and I believe can service them

 

Pawel.Achtel@24x7.com.au


In Topic: Canon mount lens clearance

24 January 2015 - 11:11 PM

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