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Old April 18th, 2005, 04:05 PM   #1
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anyone tried....?

has anyone tried making a mini35 for a 1/2" CCD camera?? so far all the home-made models have been made for XL's, GL's, small sony's, panasonic DVX, etc...

I own a JVC GY500 which might be a little awkward for most of these designs i've been looking at. Just wondering if anyone has any models, pics, or links for me. thanks!
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Old April 18th, 2005, 04:41 PM   #2
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The difference between any existing 35mm image converters and one that you could use on your camera would be using another hi rez lens (instead of the lens you are using right now) to capture the image of the GG on the 1/2" CCD’s (looking like the Pro35, with or without prisms) I have done some work in this direction, but the price makes most wanna-have-customers thinking. Paying projects and your specific field of videography should match the price you pay for the tools you use. Email me if you would like further info.
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