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Cosimo murgolo

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  1. What camera did you use ? and can you share your editing workflow if you don't mind? Thanks!!!
  2. Thanks guys, you are too kind!!! I only wish It was more sharp, but that is not the lens is the codec H264 from my canon. I am going to try to record in raw mode with magic lantern , the only thing is that the max resolution is 1728x 972 for only 6 seconds or lower to get more seconds. How do I go about editing afterward with that resolution to squeeze? Thank you again
  3. This is my first video , any tip and critic is well accept, thank you
  4. My first anamorphic test, any advice and critic is well accept
  5. Good evining, forgive my stupid question, I am new to the anamorphic world, would you please help me out please? I am trying to squeeze my first video which I have recorded in raw with magic lantern, the max resolution I can achieve with my canon 60D is 1728x972 16:9 . How should I go about it? I am using an iscomorphot 8 1.5x with an helios 44 58mm. I am using AE as software , how do I achieve that 2.65:1 ratio? By now what I did is scaling down the footage by 67% on vertical axis and on the composition settings I have put width 1728 and hight 650. Am I doing right? Or I am missing out something? Or should I record 1920x1080 to have the proper cinemascope ratio? I thank you very much in advance.
  6. :) lovely one, very nice, keep sharing
  7. http://www.redstan.com/index.php?route=common/home Is right in England, welcome!!! Enjoy your anamorphic.
  8. Thanks!!!!! Then I have to wait for Alan from Red Stan. Anyone else in Europe? What about the narrow clamps from VID ATLANTIC?
  9. what about this? for the Iscomorphot 8 1.5x The F-adapter connects eyepieces of various optical devices (microscopes, monoculars, spotting scopes) where the outside diameter of the respective eyepiece ranges from 24mm (0.94") to 38mm (1.50"). We have also a large version of the F-adapter - 37mm (1.45") to 55mm (2.16") The F-adapter can be screwed directly onto the lens/adapter tube with 52mm filter thread, or any other using appropriate stepping rings
  10. Unfortunately I haven't this parts liying around , I wish I had. But this might help myself with other similar parts, and find another solution. I do appreciate you advice though . Thank you very much for sharing.
  11. :) I like it although is shaky, that sky looked amazing, lovely one!!!! Very kind of you for sharing this video. I am looking forward to try my Iscomorphot, it should come in a few days, then I have to think about the clamp. I think I will go with the Red Stan models. I did contact the guy I hope it doesn't take long. I hate to wait, I wanna try my little toy :D Thank you again and keep sharing.
  12. That's very nice!!! Do you mind if I ask you what kind of camera and lenses did you use for this lovely video? What aperture? Thanks very much for sharing this.
  13. Hi to everyone, I am new to this anamorphic world, first of all, forgive me for what I am about to ask. I had the chance to win a bid on ebay with the Iscomorphot 8 1.5x anamorphic adapter. Could anyone illustrates me or give me all the info about it. I am going to use it with a canon 60d jupiter 9 85mm , canon 50mm 1.8 and also have a canon 17-55mm. Any advises will be really appreciated. I have seen many video from youtube and vimeo , but they have't really satisfied me. Is it a worth anamorphic lens? Thank you in advance
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