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    The largest online community devoted to anamorphic filmmaking.
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    • Samsung NX Speed Booster
      Hi Sidi, thanks for your advice but this would be the good news, "Samsung finds interest in the NX system after months of silence! They sue me for similar mark, and I sue them for selling me a new camera and closed production after six months!!!!!
    • The 4K Fuji X-T2 is here
      Some more random videos, the Out of this world one is recorded with ND, the rest i dont know, have to say byw images coming out of the Fuji are pretty sweet.
    • Diffusing Aputure Amaran hr672 lights? Umbrella? Octobox?
      The D-Fuse softboxes are great.  I own a 672s and the D-Fuse.  It will help, but it won't be a truly wraparound kind of softness since the size of the softbox is really not that big.  If your subject can handle the light getting in real close, then it will be better. In general, I don't find the power of the 672s to be enough for a key in a lot of situations once you diffuse/soften it.  It makes for a fantastic hair light, great for background, and in some situations a good key.   I am thinking that I need an LS1s or something similar to be able to soften enough (need to light up enough surface area of a larger source...softbox, diffusion panel/scrim, etc) and still have enough punch to deal with a variety of situations, backgrounds, practicals, and/or distance needed from subject to avoid making them feel uncomfortable and still get foreground/background ratios to sit right. But yes, the D-Fuse are great, and crazy inexpensive.  Portability and speed to set up is also really great.    
    • Anamorphic Music Video
      Sounds good. Never heard about this setup, thanks for sharing! Effect on focusing is the same as without the RF? So 1/0.4= 2.5m as maximum focus distance?
    • NX1 screenshots, graded with filmconvert
      Kowa 16-H 2X anamorphic, outfitted with Redstan front/rear clamps and an SLR Magic Rangefinder. The "taking" lens is a Konica Hexanon 40mm f1.8. A bit of a heavy load for the Ronin M, but that gives it a Hollywood style handheld look to the movement.