Sony NEX-FS700 RH up for sale. Purchased recently in 2016 from B&H, this is the 4K-ready version if you have an external recorder such as the Atomos or Odyssey. The camera was lightly used and stored well when not in use.
I would like to part with everything in one sale. I am asking for $2,300 plus shipping which includes the camera, the kit lens with zoom, a Metabones adapter for Canon EF lenses, 2 AMAZING FD lenses, 50mm and 28mm. (and one not-so great zoom lens...it runs a bit soft) Plus numerous batteries, a few chargers and lots of odds and ends.
Camera runtime is 180 hours.
-1 FS700 with zoom lens & all the stuff that shipped with the camera (remote, manual...whatever I can find...the original box too)
-the kit Sony battery, 1 Swit battery with check light, 1 Anton Bauer battery, 2 Kappaken batteries
-kit charger and 2 Anton Bauer chargers that can hook up to wall or car charger
-1 FD Tokina 28mm lens with adapter
-1 Canon FD 50mm lens with adapter
-1 Vivitar FD 28-105mm (again, not great but it does work!)
-1 Metabones EF adapter
I hope these images are showing up OK. I was having some serious trouble uploading directly to DVXuser, so it's just a lame link to Photobucket.
The best way to reach me is at my personal email f1frosch AT gmail But feel free to PM me here or reply in the thread.
I have a full time job and this kit is sadly just sitting around not being used...someone please take it off my hands and put it to some good use! These FD lenses are so rad if you are into the vintage look...you know what's up.
I am in Connecticut and can ship to the continental US, or perhaps we can meet up in the Stamford area or thereabouts.
I was wondering what is the consensus on the better zoom lenses available for shooting video on micro four thirds, especially considering some particular factors that are not usually found on spec sheets, like stepless iris, quiet motors, good OIS that is less prone to micro-jitters, parfocal, etc?
A couple of other lenses that I'm also curious about are the Olympus 12-100 f/4, Panasonic 14-140 f/4-5.8, Panasonic 12-60 f/3.5-5.6. How do these and any other zooms fare on these factors? If there are any adapted zooms that are noteworthy too, I'd love to hear about it. I've heard a lot about the Sigma ART 18-35 f/1.8. How does that one do on these factors?