And in the interest of being comprehensive, we'll get a chance to look at what is being done with the Panasonic HVX in combination with 35 mm adapters. As always, my caveat: Don't judge a camera or adapter too harshly if those behind it are not using it to its full potential - but don't allow yourself to be fooled into thinking that a consumer handicam is amazing simply because Steven Spielberg or James Cameron can make magic with it.
And of course, you don't always know everything about the quality of lenses people are using with their adapters...
Letus Extreme Test (HVX200) from Blue Tree Productions on Vimeo.
Random Shots (HVX-200 / Letus Extreme) from Martijn van der Sanden on Vimeo.
Test Letus35 Extreme and HVX from Bewegtbildarbeiter on Vimeo.
Lensbaby 3GPL / Letus35extreme / HVX-200 from Studio Nine on Vimeo.
Redrock M2 Micro + HVX200 P2 + Fujinon (M42 mound) 85mm f/2.0 from Patrick Yegor on Vimeo.
RedRock Micro M2 Adapter - 38 Water Street from Michael Hurdle on Vimeo.
Homeless Portraits from Philip Bloom on Vimeo.
The above is a Philip Bloom piece. I think I've hyped his stuff enough. Suffice it to say, he'll be doing the HVX and Brevis a service by putting his eye behind them.
Coney Island/Battery Park Spring 2007 Montage from Puffin Films on Vimeo.
"Sorry4" Madison from Puffin Films on Vimeo.
HVX / Firestore / P+S mini35 Adapter Test from Benjamin Tucker on Vimeo.