I was really counting on being able to share some clips shot with the Veydra Mini Primes and my Fuji X-T2. I placed an order with Veydra on February 11th for a set of three Fuji X-mounts in the hopes of shooting a short documentary and alerting potential X-H1 owners that there exists a much more compact and less onerous alternative to the Fuji MK cine zooms. On Monday, it will have been three weeks since Veydra charged my credit card nearly $450, yet, to the best of my knowledge, the mounts still have not shipped. I emailed their sales department on the 25th and, receiving no response, I wrote to Jim Zhang, designer of the Mini Primes and owner of Veydra, but as of today, I still haven’t gotten a reply. All indications are that not only do the X-mounts not exist, but that the founders of Veydra have lost interest in the company altogether.
Update 3.3.2018 I got in touch with Ryan Avery, who, even though he’s no longer with the company, assured me that the X-mounts are indeed in stock and that he would get me squared away as soon as possible. Just the same, $85.00 shipping charges for one month delivery seems a bit excessive.