Vintage Makinon 28mm 2.8 on 60d Live Footage

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    I took my canon 60d out for a spin. I love the flares! Shot in 24 edited in final cut.
     
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    Yeah I thought the flare was really cool too, I wonder if it's unique to that lens or just because of those lights.
     
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    its the lens for sure.
     
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    Looks like the outer edges of the lens elements have no blackening on them of any type. It flares pretty badly, but in this case I think it's acceptable, although it does seem a bit tedious after the first two minutes. But at least it is REAL, and not some post production effect.

    Here is an article written by one of the world's foremost Leica authorities, and his article discusses lens flare. http://www.imx.nl/photo/leica/the-flare-issue-a-lab-
     

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