Movcam 130:95mm Step-Down Ring for Clamp-On MatteBoxes

BH #MOSDR13095C • MFR #MOV-301-02-004-105C
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Movcam 130:95mm Step-Down Ring for Clamp-On MatteBoxes
Key Features
  • Split Ring for Clamp-On MatteBoxes
The Movcam 130:95mm Step-Down Ring for Clamp-On MatteBoxes lets you mount 95mm lenses onto 130mm clamp-on matteboxes -- the kinds without a thread on their rear adapter.
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Movcam MOV-301-02-004-105C Overview

The Movcam 130:95mm Step-Down Ring for Clamp-On MatteBoxes lets you mount 95mm lenses onto 130mm clamp-on matteboxes -- the kinds without a thread on their rear adapter.

The ring is split along a point of its diameter to flexibly widen and mount a mattebox. (A locking pin on the side of the mattebox securely tightens the ring in place.)

Movcam MOV-301-02-004-105C Specs

Matte Box Size130 mm
Supported Lens Diameter95 mm
Mount TypeClamp
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.1 x 5.1 x 0.6"
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Does anyone know if this will fit the Tokina 16-28 FX lens? Rather not butcher the lens to accommodate filters.
Asked by: Blake
Getting filters and matte boxes to work with extreme wide angle lenses has been and will continue to be a challenge. Generally the answer comes by using extreme wide angle matte boxes which are in effect just filter holders. At this time, the most practical solution for the Tokina 16-28 FX is to use the LEE Filters SW150 Mark II Lens Adapter for Tokina AT-X 16-28mm f/2.8 PRO FX Lens B&H # LEASWT1628 and the LEE Filters SW150 Mark II Filter System Holder for Wide Angle Lenses B&H # LESHSW plus the desired effect filter such as a LEE Filters 150 x 170mm 0.9 Hard-Edge Graduated Neutral Density Filter B&H # LEGND.9HSW. Note: Polarizers on extreme wide angle lenses often create unevenness in the effect. This is not a defect of the Polarizer but the fact the wide lens brings in light at such angles the filter cannot control.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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