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  • #2
    Why would you throw a variable ND on that? Just close down the aperture instead of putting the extra glass. Those things reek havoc on color temperature and contrast.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by egproductions View Post
      Why would you throw a variable ND on that? Just close down the aperture instead of putting the extra glass. Those things reek havoc on color temperature and contrast.
      Just because I want to test it. It's just a TEST film...

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      • #4
        "reek havoc"

        Wreak.

        Well I dig it. It's got a Euro 16mm arhouse look.
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        • #5
          Nice test. Lens performs well.
          fluoro.com

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          • #6
            Yes typo, thank you. sorry if I came across harsh. Just pointing out that if your doing a test to see how the 11-16 works with the speedbooser and BMPCC (as your title suggests) then you should avoid the extra glass. I especially don't see a point of it with a wide lens when your not trying to get shallow DOF. Thanks for sharing!

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            • #7
              Using a VariND would still be better than closing right down. The lens performs best at around f/5.6-f/8. Closing down more starts to add defraction that would be way worse than adding a bit of extra glass to the front.
              Adam Roberts
              www.adamroberts.net

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Adam Roberts View Post
                Using a VariND would still be better than closing right down. The lens performs best at around f/5.6-f/8. Closing down more starts to add defraction that would be way worse than adding a bit of extra glass to the front.
                That is a good point I didn't consider, however, it still would be part of testing the lens and how it functions with a speedbooser on the bmpcc. The variable ND throws another...variable into the mix

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                • #9
                  It's refreshing to see someone as utterly crushed by the obsession with single vanishing point perspectives as I am.

                  Footage looks great, so does the handheld. a little judder every now and again looks good. Can't wait for my BMPC and Speedbooster to arrive.

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