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    I'd be interested to hear that outcome too? Do we know (apologies if this is a stupid or obvious question) what the sensor cover range is? Is it an option for Scarlet-W and Weapon Helium?

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    Hi all:

    Not in love with the optical vignetting when lens is wide open and at max focal length portion of the zoom...

    Feels really strong and noticeable.

    Any thoughts?


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    Just got the lens, as it sells now for under 10K. Will compare it with the 19-90 next week. As far as I can tell now it is free of geometric distortions at around 24mm, it will barrel below and pillow above, but very well controlled. Chromatic aberrations are pretty severe at 20mm and diminishing to a good level by 50mm. If You use Resolve with a splitter combiner node You can enlarge the green channel by.001 percent and eliminate the CA at full wide. Unfortunately I don't think node sizing is animatable to correct big zoom changes, one would need to go to Fusion or After Effects. Either way, it is a really good lens for the price, mechanics, rotation angles for focus and zoom are excellent in my book,very light drag and very comfortable for manual operation. Macro availability is a major plus and back focus adjustment and closed Iris are all excellent options. I think its just at the edge weight wise for hand held work, but at this point I think it is the best all around lens available. Harking to the past, as a student I had a Canon Scoopic with a 12.5-75mm for a 16mm Camera, which would translate to a 25-150 on 35mm. Still waiting on a lens with that range, but this one is the closest yet at a 6X1 range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolf Kestermann View Post
    Just got the lens, as it sells now for under 10K.
    Where can you buy this Ken's for under $10k? Can you provide link?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Allred View Post
    Where can you buy this Ken's for under $10k? Can you provide link?
    https://www.ducloslenses.com/collect...120nodriveunit
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    Do you have others feedback about this lens please?

    The 3.5 minimum stop is a problem or not? Is the lens breath or not?

    It covers 7KHD and not above ?
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    Any feeback on this lens please and how it covers Helium?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivier Gresse View Post
    Any feeback on this lens please and how it covers Helium?
    Not well:

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    I'm thinking about this lens. Do I have to use 19mm rods and LWS 15mm rods with lens support, BT Revolvr Atom and VIV mattebox? Thanks
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    15 light weight are fine. Some guys don’t run any support... But I always run support on my 17-120, which weighs the same.
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