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Stefan.Steib

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Re: HCam Master TS 11-24mm
« Reply #20 on: June 08, 2015, 08:07:26 AM »

Some new food for the people following the new HCam Master TS V2

A short look on todays Setup of my HCam Master TS V2 for the shooting. The Canon 16-35mm offers 15mm of shift vertical from 22-34mm. I use it prestopped down to f11. See the nice Handle I added to the hotshoe. I found this to work perfectly when you have the setup split in half from out of the bag - Head and camera.
Sony A7R, Meike Batterygrip -full radio remote trigger/Timer.
Novoflex Magicball, HCam TS Rail and Crossrail.
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Re: HCam Master TS 11-24mm
« Reply #21 on: June 10, 2015, 03:52:12 PM »

Some new food for the people following the new HCam Master TS V2

A short look on todays Setup of my HCam Master TS V2 for the shooting. The Canon 16-35mm offers 15mm of shift vertical from 22-34mm. I use it prestopped down to f11. See the nice Handle I added to the hotshoe. I found this to work perfectly when you have the setup split in half from out of the bag - Head and camera.
Sony A7R, Meike Batterygrip -full radio remote trigger/Timer.
Novoflex Magicball, HCam TS Rail and Crossrail.


You have a production version to accommodate the Canon 16-35mm F:4 for shifting?
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Stefan.Steib

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Re: HCam Master TS 11-24mm
« Reply #22 on: June 10, 2015, 05:15:36 PM »

This shown HCam Master TS V2 is still a prototype, but I will have the final versions begin of next week, as projected.

As soon as the final version is ready there will be much more images and also some test shots, and..... probably a video. :-)

Greetings from Germany
Stefan
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Re: HCam Master TS 11-24mm
« Reply #23 on: June 12, 2015, 04:21:19 AM »

Hey Stefan, would you have a link to get more info on your 11-24 TS product ? I'm not sure I understand how this works...
I already have a 17mm TS Canon mounted on a Sony A7R with metabones, would like to know if I can get an even wider solution. Thanks!

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Re: HCam Master TS 11-24mm
« Reply #24 on: February 23, 2017, 04:08:22 AM »

I don't understand how to focus the Canon 11-24 and other Canon lenses with this system. Also, is there a way yet to control the aperture?

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