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    Quote Originally Posted by Cüneyt Kaya View Post
    hi dino, with the optimo rouge 16-42 vignetting at the wide end.

    was this the optimo with a 31,1 mm image coverage or the updated one with 32mm image coverage


    31,1 mm image circle
    http://www.abelcine.com/store/Angeni...-16-42mm-Lens/

    32 mm image circle
    http://www.angenieux.com/zoom-lenses/index.php?txt=7
    under data sheet


    i will get one with 32mm image circle and want to know if its vignetting (angenieux says no vignetting with the updated version)
    Yah I think everyone said that Optimo redesigned this second version effectively handle 5k. And I think Mark reported absolutely no vignetting. Maybe you tested the first version of the lens ..... ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nils Ruinet View Post
    So is 5K FF (Full Frame) 16x9 or 2:1 ?
    It should be a 5120/2700=1.89
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cüneyt Kaya View Post
    hi dino, with the optimo rouge 16-42 vignetting at the wide end.

    was this the optimo with a 31,1 mm image coverage or the updated one with 32mm image coverage


    31,1 mm image circle
    http://www.abelcine.com/store/Angeni...-16-42mm-Lens/

    32 mm image circle
    http://www.angenieux.com/zoom-lenses/index.php?txt=7
    under data sheet


    i will get one with 32mm image circle and want to know if its vignetting (angenieux says no vignetting with the updated version)
    good question...josh????
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    any chance you are gonna get to test s5's, and the cooke cxx 15-40?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dino g View Post
    good question...josh????
    if its the older one, maybe it should be noted...guess this pdf will be used and seen a lot :)

    thanks for all the work
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom.Wong View Post
    any chance you are gonna get to test s5's, and the cooke cxx 15-40?
    Yes I would love to know that as well. I'm hoping Bandpro will let Ketch test out the new Leicas soon to get images and make sure they cover 5k across ....
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    the leicas should be fine we had them at camtec a few weeks ago and the diameter of the rear element is quite large...think master prime..

    once i get a confirmation about the optimo i will modify the chart.

    and we are pretty sure that the s4's and s5's have the same size rear element diameter, unfortunately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nils Ruinet View Post
    So is 5K FF (Full Frame) 16x9 or 2:1 ?
    Should be called Full Sensor to avoid any confusion with the real Full Frame format.

    Does the RED 18mm cover 5k Full Sensor?
    Anyone know news on RED's 14mm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dino g View Post

    and we are pretty sure that the s4's and s5's have the same size rear element diameter, unfortunately.
    looking at the specs on the cooke website, looks like only the panchros claim to cover the full 5k all the way through. everything else in their line, cxx, s5, s4 is all 30 mm. meaning if it vignettes at 14 mm. 18 mm and up will def cover it. Fine for any production really.

    really surprised the ultraprime 8r covers the full 5k. wicked.
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    Thanks Dino, even so I was hoping you guys there were had an ealry MP 12mm, that is the only MP we have not tested,
    and confirm that the 14mm MP works beautifully and with the MD's gives a beautiful shorted DOF at that wide.

    The RPP 18mm is also beautifully wide, hopping Red does pull out 14mm or even a 12mm!!
    Not really interested in a 16mm

    Really too bad that the 24-290 it is not covered at the Wide end, we are buying this Zoom and wanted to cover the full 5k
    at the wide end, I guess we will have to wait and see how the Adaptor Mark mentioned will work.
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