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Barry Gregg January 24th, 2008 07:06 PM

35mm Adapter for XL H1 Rental?
 
Does anyone know a source for a 35mm adapter for the XL H1, with a PL mount, available for a rental? I have a short to shoot in early March and we would like to shoot with a 35mm adapter.
Thanks, Barry

Nick Hiltgen January 24th, 2008 11:21 PM

Howdy Barry,

One of the sites contributers indierentals.com has a mini 35 that would suit your needs if they are too expensive I may have a lead on another one email me if you're interested.

Jonas Nystrom January 25th, 2008 02:48 AM

Or buy a LetusExtreme if you are shooting on tripod.

Craig Chartier January 25th, 2008 03:28 PM

we have the MINI35 adapter (400 series) H1 adapter and you can have your choice of PL mount or Nikon mount. We also rent the glass if your looking for that as well.

Give us a call with details, 512-485-3131

thanks

Carlos Quinones January 26th, 2008 09:23 PM

Hello

We got the 300 series in Miami Area...also for rent.

Includes the PL mount and FD mount.

Its a set ready for Xl canon series.

Thanks !

Carlos Quinones
It's Written Productions, LLC.

www.itswrittenproductions.com
www.myspace.com/itswrittenproductions
www.youtube.com/itswrittenproduction

Barry Gregg January 27th, 2008 11:28 AM

Carlos;
I have heard that the 300 series has some problems on the XL H1. That the ground glass is visible in the frame on the edges. How has the 300 series worked for you?
Thanks, Barry

Clark Cooper February 9th, 2008 02:41 PM

Canon XLH1 and Redrock M2 Rental
 
The Redrock M2 also works well on the Canon XLH1. I have both available for rent.

http://www.AbbeyHD.com/

Marty Hudzik February 9th, 2008 07:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jonas Nystrom (Post 813993)
Or buy a LetusExtreme if you are shooting on tripod.

Why do you state this? Simply because the length of the lens with a letus on the end would be hard to handhold? Or is there some other reason? JUst wondering as I am considering the letus for my H1 also.

Thanks.

Bryan Olinger February 10th, 2008 01:56 PM

Since the Letus guys haven't put out the relay lens for the Extreme, the combination of body, stock lens, Letus adapter, 35 lens, and mattebox makes for a very long camera rig. I think Jonas was making the good point that the current Letus configuration is not conducive to a lot of handheld.


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