“Does your adapter work with xxxx lens on xxxx camera?” “Do I need to modify my camera?” “Is the picture clear? Can you clarify?” “What about new lenses?” “What about vintage lenses?” “What about what xxx says? “I really want your adapter and not a cheap one on eBay, I’ve got $100, take it or […]
At the beginning and end of every year, we always receive “Will this ABC lens work with this XYZ camera body?!?!” So answer for 2014: To use Adapters is to require no modification to camera body. If anything, collimation adjustments to lens or to modification to adapter itself. Both V1A and V2A will securely mount […]
KCW™ studios updated Cine Reel includes bunch of shots using V1A, MRK 1, MRK 2 and MRK 3 using many different cameras and lenses. Check it out here: http://kcwstudios.com/about/cinereel/ Or watch it here:
Does not fit too well into modern designed jeans pockets, but it is one hell of a camera. Especially when using KCW™technica adapters to pair professional cinema lenses. http://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/blackmagicpocketcinemacamera/accessories Full review coming soon.
There is no “magic”
What makes anyone believe V1A & V2A with no, none, zero, zilch, nada, ANY corrective element will magically allow focusing of lenses and camera bodies designed specifically NOT to work with one another is truly a mystery. And to state V1A & V2A does not “work” because lens can not achieve infinite focus with certain lens on certain camera while lens is securely mounted on camera body is… stupefying. The definition of “work” for V1A and V2A is the secure mounting of lens to camera body. Please read that again. THE DEFINITION OF “WORK” FOR V1A & V2A IS THE SECURE MOUNTING OF LENS TO CAMERA BODY.
Filmmaker MR. W noticed Black Magic using KCW™technica adapter at their booth at the 2013 NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) show. We passed by the Black Magic booth but did not see this awesome rig display. Would have been yummier if BM has used KCW™technica MRK1 to rig this very kickass display. There’s always […]