The LETUS35 Extreme HVX-200 with Nikon Adapter Kit is a lens adapter kit for 35mm still camera lenses to adapt for use on video cameras. This adapter allows the video camera to have access to prime lenses that create a shallow depth of field. The Extreme offers the best quality from Letus35 and allows the user to work with an upright image. This model is optimized for the Panasonic HVX-200 and Nikon lenses.
Shallow Depth of Field
Shallow Depth Of Field is a very powerful tool for telling a story and getting details across. Many movies use this feature yet cameras nowadays with small CCDs cannot produce this optical effect. The main purpose of this adapter is to bring shallow depth of field film look to low budget filmmakers with DV or HDV cameras.
How it Works
This adapter involves the concept of using a 35mm SLR still camera lens to project an image onto a translucent piece of moving glass. This projected image is then literally focused on by the DV or HDV camera and recorded. All this takes place in a tube.
Letus35's concentration is on sharp focus, aberration, grains, barrel distortions, audible noise, vibrations and weight making their adapters an excellent optical accessory. They immediately update their adapters, if they find that changes are necessary.
Image is read upright for easier operation and this adapter only loses 1/2 stop of light sensitivity.
82mm Adapter Ring
This kit comes with the 82mm adapter ring for camcorders with 82mm lens filter threads.
This particular adapter kit features connection and optimization parameters for the Panasonic HVX-200 camcorder.
Lens Mount Adapter
The Letus35 LTNIKON is a specific mount adapter. It allows the Letus35 lens adapters to utilize Nikon locking lenses for its operational capability.
In the Box
Letus35 Extreme 35mm Lens HVX-200 with Nikon Mount Adapter Kit
1 Year Warranty
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82mm filter thread mount specifically for the Panasonic HVX-200 Lens Mount for Nikon lenses
Letus35 Extreme 35mm Lens HVX-200 with Nikon Mount Adapter Kit Review