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    We also tested the Mamiya 645 lenses with a Kipon Mamiya 645 to RED 0.7x Mount on our RED Monstro. Really like the results!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Dease View Post
    Can this be used on helium??
    Yes it can be used on any RED camera.
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    All except the RED One series correct?

    EDIT: Never mind, it can't. But it definitely looks pretty cool, wish there were more reviews and compatibility lists and notes out there. I'm not sure which version I would go for at this point, I'm glad they have multiple mount options including RF and Z now but I'm still waiting to see what other next gen cameras are in the wings before buying one to try it out.
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    I posted on the other thread, but seeing that this one is more recent, perhaps I'll have more luck here :) A question regarding the Kipon focal reducer - do the lenses move in the mount during focusing? As in, is there a visible image shift when using a motorized follow focus? As far as I can see there is no locking mechanism on the lens side and all the reviews I can find online are mainly for photo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Jonathan View Post
    I posted on the other thread, but seeing that this one is more recent, perhaps I'll have more luck here :) A question regarding the Kipon focal reducer - do the lenses move in the mount during focusing? As in, is there a visible image shift when using a motorized follow focus? As far as I can see there is no locking mechanism on the lens side and all the reviews I can find online are mainly for photo.
    Yes the mount is standard bayonet so some lenses may move when focusing. We've had that feedback from customers.
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    Jacek, thank you so much for replying! I saw that C7 is offering locking Mamiya adapters but without the focal reducing element of course. Are you considering integrating a locking mechanism into your focal reducer design?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Jonathan View Post
    Jacek, thank you so much for replying! I saw that C7 is offering locking Mamiya adapters but without the focal reducing element of course. Are you considering integrating a locking mechanism into your focal reducer design?
    For such a small volume the most sensible thing is to put kipon glass into the C7 adapter
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