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Brinno BCS 24-70 24-70mm f/1.4 Lens for Brinno TLC200 PRO HDR Time Lapse Video Camera

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24-70 mm f/1.4
  • Designed for use with the Brinno TLC200 PRO HDR Time Lapse Video Camera
  • CS mount
  • Focal length: 24-70 mm
  • Aperture: f/1.4-2.4
  • Dimensions: 32 x 40 mm
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Technical Details

Style: 24-70 mm f/1.4
  • Brand Name: Brinno
  • Model: BCS 24-70
  • Lens Type: interchangeable
  • Minimum focal length: 24 millimeters
  • Maximum focal length: 70 millimeters
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Product Details

Style: 24-70 mm f/1.4
  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 1.3 x 1.3 inches ; 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00CSMAYPO
  • Item model number: BCS 24-70
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,712 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 8, 2013

Product Description

Style: 24-70 mm f/1.4

This 24-70 mm f/1.4 lens is designed for use with the Brinno TLC200 PRO HDR Time Lapse Video Camera. CS mount. Focal length: 24-70 mm. Aperture: f/1.4-2.4. Diagonal angle of view: 94-38 degrees. Focus adjustment: manual, various-focal. Closest focusing distance: 1 cm. Dimensions: 32 x 40 mm.

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Screws to hold the focus in check.
Jim Lockyer
For 170 dollars and get junk stuffs, it's hard to swallow.
L. Gagnon
The movements are jerky and non uniform.
Thomas A. DeVilbiss III

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Just Chris on October 3, 2013
Style Name: 24-70 mm f/1.4 Verified Purchase
UPDATE (2013-10-19)
I returned the unit. I tried the unit with and without the UV filter, and in various lighting situations outdoors, and the quality was just not what I wanted. Another nail in the coffin is the outdoor case for this product does not (currently) have any way to use lenses other than the original one inside the outdoor case. I leave this camera outside for days at a time, so anything that didn't work with the case was not going to make it long. I realize this is more the fault of the case than the lens - but its another knock on the product for me so I ultimately returned it.

ORIGINAL REVIEW BELOW (2013-09)
Given my experience with the TLC200pro out of the box (see my other review) I figured I would try some of the creative lenses for the "pro" model. I am someone who is familiar with pulling focus and adjust manual lenses and for whatever reason I cannot seem to get good image quality with this one. It's like the out of box lens is true HDR with brilliant images, and this glass is flattening the colors somewhat. I definitely need to play with it more, but after using it for most of the day today on a rooftop to capture some cloud patterns (which still somehow ended up being mostly blurry or noisy) I'm leaning more towards sending it back.

I do think for well lit close up stop-action or tabletop/portrait stuff it may be a little better. But I was hoping the 70mm would be enough to get me "out the window" when working in an office capturing the weather, etc. Time will tell...I will update this as my status goes on.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Glenn S. Porter on October 28, 2013
Style Name: 18-55 mm f/1.2 Verified Purchase
This lens does a great job considering its size. It gives about the zoom range I was expecting. The surprising part is how tricky it is to focus. Even in the wide angel setting. It took a little getting used to and I lost a few great sunsets. It seemed that even though it looked in focus when I started the shot, something happened and it went out of focus. Things seem to be going better with it now so maybe it was just me. It certainly is helpful to be able to frame in a shot and leave out unwanted subject matter. I do use it all the time.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jim Lockyer on October 15, 2013
Style Name: 18-55 mm f/1.2 Verified Purchase
This lens takes me back to the days I owned an Exacta SLR with Extension Tubes for Macro Photography. Screws to hold the focus in check. But was more annoying was an IR Filter was included and was recommended be installed. Since the lens milling was a fine thread and the filter required a tool that would allow equal pressure to both sides of the filter to install correctly. I tried to install the filter with the "single little screw driver" that was provided and after hanging up the filter on account of unequal pressure I used my own jewelers pliers that finished the task. After all that and some test time-lapse runs the results were very disappointing. I have shelved both the Brinno Camera and the Brinno BCS 18-55mm Lens until I can determine a use for this disappointing combination. This turned out to be a disappointing $500 investment. My little old Samsung 10 mg HD pocket camera takes better time lapse videos than the Brinno system.
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