Talk:Kodak cine lenses

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The information in this page comes mostly from my personal research: scouring eBay for lenses and serial numbers, and experiences with the lenses that I own. All of the lens dates are recorded conservatively based on my own observations: lens serial numbers, instruction manuals, brochures, and advertising. (In other words, date ranges indicate the oldest and newest dates I've seen for the manufacturer or acknowledgement of lenses in that line) I can't be certain I've seen the oldest and newest examples of lenses in each line, so if you've seen older or newer examples of these lenses, please update the article accordingly. Since most of the information is based on my research, there's not much I can cite, though at some point I could add photos and links for old product manuals and advertising. Others' contributions would be welcome. Balazer (talk) 15:22, 26 March 2014 (PDT)

Welcome aboard with the great research!--Heritagefutures (talk) 09:11, 27 March 2014 (PDT)

I asked eBay user kamerawork and he gave me permission to his images for Balazer (talk) 19:22, 27 March 2014 (PDT)

eBay user autographics-inc. gave me permission to use her Zoomar 16 image. Balazer (talk) 20:39, 27 March 2014 (PDT)

eBay user treasures-untold gave me permission to use his or her Cine-Kodak Model K images. Balazer (talk) 00:46, 28 March 2014 (PDT)

U. kulick, please use the existing page structure: cameras by mount, and lenses by line, keeping 16 mm lenses separate from 8 mm lenses. You mixed everything up. The magazine cameras all use the same mount, and the 8 mm magazine cameras can use 16 mm lenses. The Eight model 60 uses an unknown mount and only had two lenses, so let's leave it out unless you have identified the mount type. The 50/1.6, 63/2.7, and 76/4.5 lenses indicated as options for the Magazine Cine-Kodak Eight in the 1940 brochure are actually 16 mm lenses, not 8 mm. Most lenses were available in multiple mounts, but they're otherwise identical, so we don't need duplicate listings for them. Balazer (talk) 19:26, 29 March 2014 (PDT)