Thread: WTB: BMCC EF mount - Utah?

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  1. #1 WTB: BMCC EF mount - Utah? 
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    Hey there, I am interested in getting another BMCC with the EF mount.
    Any for sale around northern Utah?
    Or shipping from anywhere else?
    PM me with offers...
    Last edited by studiomusic; 10-29-2013 at 12:10 AM.
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    I am selling one with resolve for $1700 shipped
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    I'll trade you my EF mount BMCC for an MFT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Adler View Post
    I'll trade you my EF mount BMCC for an MFT
    Seriously haha? I didn't know you got an MFT. Did you get it just recently?
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    I bought the EF mount but now I'm wishing I bought the MFT for some of the lens options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Adler View Post
    I bought the EF mount but now I'm wishing I bought the MFT for some of the lens options.
    Interesting. What are you thinking of getting? The Sigma 18-35 is a good replacement / upgrade for SLR magics. But if you plan on using the speed booster, I can see why you'd go over to MFT.
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    I love the look of old vintage glass. I have some M42 mount russian primes coming but I'd love the flexibility of mounting an M39 mount, C mount lenses (the larger diameters) and even MC/MD mounts. I bought the Tokina 11-16 so I'd have to get a converter for that.
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