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Old March 11th, 2009, 10:35 AM   #1
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Review of Cinemek G35

I will publishing my review soon.

In a nutshell am blown away by how good the image can be from a static adaptor. Stay tuned and I will have my review up with test video in next couple of days.
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Old March 11th, 2009, 07:18 PM   #2
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My review is up Philip Bloom Blog Archive Cinemek G35: Review

the video is still uploading to exposure room and vimeo and should be there in the next hour or so... there will be a direct link on the review page.
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Old March 31st, 2009, 02:08 AM   #3
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Pics of my rig here and also my new Cinemek G35 short film "Return to Dungeness"!!

Philip Bloom Blog Archive Short Film: Return to Dungeness
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Old March 31st, 2009, 10:33 AM   #4
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Looks REALLY great. Well done.
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Old May 1st, 2009, 11:27 PM   #5
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Hello to all, i admire all the filmmakers trying to perfect their craft, that is Cinemek!
I do not post much but this is something that deserves notoriety So i thought i'd add some quick input to this thread. I received my G35 and WOW, Simply beautiful , Filmic and Epic. I am using it with an EX1/EX3 and Zacuto support. Great E2E, very minimal CA if any, way into the TV safe zone only on a few lenses , 24mm, 85mm a little soft, those lenses are kind of tricky with the EX1 optics anyway, even with the Elite. Back focus with a small allan screw, Easy setup, very minimal tweeking and lightweight for handheld shooting. Shot interior with two 1k lights , one for key and one for back ground. Looked great , of course next week i will test more.

I Shot several HD charts with multiple lenses, very impressive. I will be glad to post some footage and / or screen grabs a.s.a.p but just wanted to be straight to the point, "this is the Jaguar of Bokeh "we all have been waiting for. Check out Philip Bloom's new short, it's brilliant! Jonathan Hauser/Cinemek is a passionate shooter and it shows in the product. This is not the corporate, industrial adapter for those average so-so jobs, this is for "Today, i'll make Lawrence of Arabia and then go to bed content, realizing what i'm on this earth for, "I'm a Filmmaker!" Great work Cinemek , Great work Mr Bloom!
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