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  1. Here is an unfair side-by-side test, but it just goes to show how good of an image the SLR Magic Anamorphot makes. Blackmagic Cinema camera 2.5k raw, SLR Magic 35mm @ t5.6, 4500k, iso 800 Red Epic 5k anamorphic, 4500k, ISO 800, Nipponscope 2x 50mm Anamorphic at t5.6.
  2. As far a Premiere goes, make a custom sequence with a 1.33 aspect ratio and you should be good to go. Two more videos
  3. If you want to see the massive improvement the SLR Magic lens has over the LA7200, just take a look at the difference at 35mm! RAW Chart SLR Anamorphic + 35mm T1.4 @5.6: '> RAW Chart LA7200 + 35mm T1.4 @5.6: '>
  4. Here is a quick comparison of resolution and flaring vs the LA7200
  5. This is a quick introduction into the SLR Magic 1.33x Anamorphic adapter. I go over how to set it up, the basics of focusing and how to use the lens. Also: For those who have a knowledge of anamorphic lenses already, the new SLR Magic Diopters are the best I've ever used.
  6. I had a chance to play with a near final version of the new SLR Magic 1.33x Anamorphic Adapter today with Andrew Chan.     This adapter is a completely new design from other anamorphic adapters I've used. It has unique focusing abilities which give it the strengths of single focus designs like the Panasonic LA7200 with the added capabilities of what you'd find in dual focus anamorphic adapters like those from Bolex or Kowa.    In its normal focus mode, with the SLR Magic 35mm T1.4 CINE II lens, you get a picture that can focus from 2.8m to infinity.   The lens also ha
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