Thanks for the image Eric of the "fully loaded" Red - made my day.
Can I just get confirmation that the stretch ring part is a chrosziel part?
My pleasure- I love that pic! Thanks again to everyone @ RED who helped make that happen last year.
The part is a Chrosziel item as D.M. illistrates on page 3 of this thread.
It seems like a really good solution. I wish I had found that out about a month ago!
[QUOTE=Eric-taner;948402]Yes you got it Jonas its all about the "I want to look professional"-factor, even do many don't like to be honest in that way. i did many tests with, and with out a matte box, and unless you don't have a very difficult light situation, you will never see a difference.
so save that money for something that will really make your movie look different.[/LolQUOTE]
Lol, this is so wrong it's even funny.
Ok so the OBox with Chrosziel rubber ring is starting to look like a winner.
Any thoughts on whether the Shoot35 can be used with LWS rods?
And what about something like the Proaim?
I second the use of matte boxes, clip-on or rail based, it all depends on your needs. As soon as you are moving the camera, it's much better than external flagging.
I have a set of Lomo primes and want to buy a matte box, but on some of the lenses the aperture ring is at the front of the lens... When i adjust aperture, the front, with filter threds, turns too. I guess a clip-on would turn when I adjust aperture, but can I use a rail based one like the O´box?
Either way - with a swing away or with a flex ring - the matte box will almost always have to be adjusted on the rods to put it in proper position for the new lens.
Hope this makes sense...
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