From: eric fleischauer (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jul 30 2007 - 09:03:15 PDT
it is rather easy to find an Angineaux 12-120 zoom
with "c" mount for the bolex. this lens takes 72mm
filters on front of the lens. in addition to a star
filter, you will have a wide range of filters
available to you which will be easy to get. i'm sure
there are other ways, this is what i've done in the
good luck, eric
--- Meg Jamieson <email suppressed> wrote:
> Hey Marianna
> There are star filters which fit on front of the
> lens--Bolsey made a
> set, which, along with other shapes, were in the
> Cine Fader kit, (gives
> an iris opening/ iris closing effect) and then there
> was a set made in
> the 60's-70's which had psychedelic color
> combinations which you can
> rotate one against the other--star bursts, sort of.
> red/orange. Is this what you are looking for? I
> think the behind the
> lens filter holder is too close to the film place to
> give you anything
> like a star. Or, you could bi-pack inside the camera
> if you want a
> matte. Hope this helps.
> On Jul 30, 2007, at 10:47 AM, Marianna Ellenberg
> > Hi. I am lookign for star filters that can be used
> for a bolex camera.
> > Does anyone know if they make start filters to fit
> into the Bolex
> > filter holder?
> > Email me on or off the list.
> > Thank You.
> > Marianna Ellenberg
> > email suppressed
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