August 25, 2008

Red Rock Micro M2 Cinema Lens Adapter

By Larry "Lawrence" Jordan

A short while ago, I was having dinner with Ken and he was asking about the new generation of 35mm lens adapters that are starting to come into use with video cameras. He wanted to actually see the device and learn how it's put together and used. He also mentioned that he wanted to be able to share this with his readers.

So here is what I put together. It's part one of a two part video series on the Red Rock Micro M2 Cinema Lens Adapter.



The second part of our series covers the assembly and calibration of the M2. We also show some examples of videos shot with it. Part II is available here."


I hope you all enjoy it.

Best regards,
Larry "Lawrence" Jordan.

Lawrence Jordan is a motion picture and television editor who's credits include the series "NYPD Blue" and "Arli$$". His feature films include, "Deuce Bigalow Male Gigolo", "Jack Frost", I Know Who Killed Me", "Are We There Yet?", and "Fallen". He is a long time member of both the Motion Picture Editors Guild and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and has been and adjunct professor of editing at the AFI and UCLA. With a passion for technology and the Internet he created 2-pop "The Final Cut Pro Information Site" in 2000. More recently he founded a resource site for professional and aspiring digital filmmakers.


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