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    to my knowledge the measurement of a cine 35mm is roughly the same as a half frame camera on photography term.

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    I've used a 300 4.5 AIS with a TC201 for moon shots and it works, but its not super sharp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveandiputra View Post
    to my knowledge the measurement of a cine 35mm is roughly the same as a half frame camera on photography term.

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    Dave
    Wow, if that is correct, then one would need a 1000mm lens to achieve the same extreme compression effects Kurosawa used!

    Still, I will try my hand with the 400mm combo I have now. Anyone have any comments on the TC-201 with the 200mm F4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hops View Post
    Wow, if that is correct, then one would need a 1000mm lens to achieve the same extreme compression effects Kurosawa used!

    Still, I will try my hand with the 400mm combo I have now. Anyone have any comments on the TC-201 with the 200mm F4?
    if i'm correct (i just can't find the article that i remember saying that early 35mm still cameras uses two cinematography frame) to get the effect of a 500mm you can use a 300mm lens, IMO it uses the same principles like in non full frame digital. i think that solves the DoF, as the DoF will still be like the 300mm but with a field of view of 500mm.
    of course that is if you are using a half frame camera or non full frame digital.

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