Articles tagged "anamorphic"

Sirui announces 35mm F1.8 1.33x anamorphic lens is on the way

Sirui is launching an Indiegogo campaign for a wide-angle answer to its existing 50mm F1.8 anamorphic lens. The 35mm APS-C lens will come in a Micro Four Thirds mount with adapters for other systems.

Affordable anamorphic: hands-on with the Sirui 50mm F1.8 1.33x

Compact and affordable, the new Sirui 50mm anamorphic lens comes in options for three camera mounts – so we tried it on each of them. See the lens in more detail and read about the benefits of using it on each system.

Shooting photos with anamorphic lenses is a fun way to get out of a creative rut

Anamorphic lenses aren't typically used for still photography, so we decided to try it out using accessory lenses from Moondog Labs and Moment. As one of our editors discovered, it can be a fun, creative challenge.

Sirui announces 50mm F1.8 anamorphic lens for mirrorless cameras set for April release

A new budget-priced anamorphic lens from Sirui offers APS-C camera users 1.33x squeeze for 2.4:1 widescreen movies - without the usual expense

DPReview TV: Hands-on with anamorphic lenses

Jordan reviews the Vazen 40mm T2, the first anamorphic lens designed for Micro Four Thirds cameras. In the process, he gives us a great primer on using anamorphic optics for both video and stills.

SIRUI reveals 400mm telephoto and anamorphic lenses for smartphones

SIRUI's latest products include a 400mm (equivalent) telephoto lens and an anamorphic lens designed specifically for smartphone camera systems.

Video: Hasselblad H6D-100C medium-format camera paired with DIY anamorphic lens system

Filmmaker Casey Cavanaugh has published a new video showing off his homemade 'GX-Pan' anamorphic lens adapter used with the $32k Hasselblad H6D-100C medium-format digital camera.

Video: How to create an 'anamorfake' from old, inexpensive lenses

It's not quite the same, but these modified lenses manage to capture a few of the more signature aesthetics of proper anamorphic lenses.

Kickstarter project gives iPhoneographers affordable anamorphic imaging.