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    Quote Originally Posted by Bérenger Brillante View Post
    They did some video with full rotations also.

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    I've tested so far only by hands, and this morning I decided to put on a full rig with RTmotion and a Mistfit Atom.

    28-58-85 went fine, but I've had trouble with the 37mm.
    I've done some fast swipe with the motor to check the image shift, as I've had lots of lomo and Ekran plagued by it.
    Well, the body, and the image shifts when focusing.

    https://vimeo.com/439513526
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    I've sent a mail to Iron glass, and currently waiting for a answer.

    Whoa, that’s nothing like the 58mm I’ve used. Def unusable.

    I hope the mkII will address all the weak spots - moving design, non stainless steel mount, etc. While totally usable with Alexa, URSA, Venice, FX9, and other sheer amount of internal nd cameras, using mkI with matte box doesn’t seem to last long enough.
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    No you can use it with a mattebox, just not clip on.
    And you have to have a bright tangerine black hole doughnut.
    I just purchased one, it's perfect. A little hard to mount on the front though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bérenger Brillante View Post
    No you can use it with a mattebox, just not clip on.
    And you have to have a bright tangerine black hole doughnut.
    I just purchased one, it's perfect. A little hard to mount on the front though.
    I've actually used it with such clip-on matteboxes: Arri LMB-15 (2 or 3 filters stacked), Tilta MB-T12 (2 filters stacked). It was the first thing I've tried to do when I recieved the lens and noticed it was a moving body design. Didn't have a chance to actually shoot any footage with a clip-on, because it was in April - early May and it was the Covid-19 hot season, everything was banned here, filming on the streets etc. But I've tested it at a couple fellow rental companies and it was fine - no image shifts, smooth throw (I was on a tripod). Just wasn't sure how it was going to survive the real set life with a clip-on on it - but I think now we have the answer thanks to you (it won't).

    Personally I hate matteboxes on rods/with donuts etc. I use them hard-mounted only when I use zoom lenses, or do carmount stuff.
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    I've received a new unit from Iron Glass. I'll test it further in the next few days.
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    Thanks for the update Berenger, let us know how it performs!
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    Any updates Berenger?
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