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Schneider Kreuznach lens
Xenoplan 23mm, f / 4.0 (C-mount)
with IR filter 489E
It does not have any scratches, cracks or other damage. Also there are no signs of use (dust, dents, scratches)
Can be used on all 4/3 micro 4/3 mirrorless cameras using the C-mount adapter
The 23mm focal length in micro 4/3 cameras is equivalent to the so-called. "Standard" focal length, ie we have a field of view similar to what a human sees (we do not enlarge or reduce anything).
Due to its small size and light weight, it is PERFECT as a handy and mobile "glass" (especially with a small Olympus E-PL1 or Panasonic GF1).
The lens does not cover the full 4/3 micro-sensor (see pictures on the picture - black edges + vignette). To cover it in full, you can use the extended tele-conversion (ETC) mode on GH2, GF5 or G6, or digitalzoomX2 / X4 mode on GF1 and other cameras. They let it all get rid of the black edges of the frame and the vignette. However, remember that in the aforementioned modes the final frame will be smaller in size (the field of view will decrease).
In the case of shooting you can get rid of the vignetting by cropping the photo in postproduction. You can also use an external tele-converter to cover the entire sensor.
The lens DOES NOT have any rings! No iris and ring sharpening. Can focus by tightening / unscrewing the lens from the adapter / adapter that works perfectly (Link to movie below).
SCHNEIDER XPN 1.4 / 23mm
Due to the "standard" focal length and the lack of focus ring - the lens can be used as a steadycam - where we maintain a constant distance from the subject (can be adjusted by the above distance of the lens from the sensor)!
Suitable for cameras with c-mount / micro 4/3 adapter including:
NEX, Nikon1, Pentax Q, Canon M or Fuji XPRO1
OLYMPUS EP-1, E-P2, E-P3, E-PL1, E-PL2,
PANASONIC G1, G2, G3, G10, GF1, GF2, GF3, GF5, G6, GH1, GH2
as well as cameras
BMPCC (Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera)
All tests in the form of pictures and films were made with the panasonic GF1.
Works 100% as described.
The purpose of the lens is mainly the industry but it is already very well known in the circles of people related to film / cinematography and photography.
Its industrial purpose is industrial cameras, 3D scanning systems and widely used industrial automation.
They can be used for imaging in the visible and near infrared light with practically no difference in sharpness.
High optical efficiency has been achieved through a well-thought-out design and application of low dispersion glass. Special coatings minimize dispersion and increase transmittance throughout the spectrum
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