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  1. Hi, I'm selling my VM adapter. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/143197114815
  2. Hi, I'm selling my Optex adapter. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/143197120257
  3. I'm selling an unused VM anamorphic http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VM-anamorphic-lens-x1-5-/282278644282?hash=item41b91e4a3a:g:C0gAAOSwux5YQt0J
  4. Oh, this is really good to know. I will probably just have to drop this idea and just settle for the cropping to make it look 2:39.
  5. Hi Guys, I am going to be going on a road trip through the US this summer and, as with all my trips, I plan on shooting little shorts. My setup is going to be pretty minimum, I'm planning to take my a6300 with only a canon 18-135. I like shooting in slog2 and 3 and for that I really need my trusty variable ND due to the min ISO of 800. But considering the locations I am going to be passing through I'd really like to get some kind of anamorphic look as I think they really lend themselves to it. Unfortunately I really don't have the time to be messing about with setting up my anamorphic lenses every time I get out of the car to shoot something. My situation is going to be pretty much run & gun. My question is: How will the cinemorph filter play with a variable ND? I know the cinemorph filter rotates to align the flare and bokeh. The same happens with a variable ND or with a polarizer. Will I just be messing my cinemorph alignment everytime I am trying to dial the ND for correct exposure? Is there a way to lock the cinemorph filter? Or am I just getting myself into trouble here and complicating my life and should just drop the idea? I'd like to know your opinions. Thanks ahead.
  6. Hey guys. The question is in the title but I'll reiterate. I was wondering anyone has hacked a simple gimbal (maybe those "inexpensive" gopro gimbals from china) to act as a motion control for yaw, roll and pitch? I was wondering about this as these units tend to be quite expensive. As I thought about doing one all I could think was that it would be quite a hard build and then it hit me that those gimbals might be perfect as they have all the hardware necessary to do this and it could probably be hooked up to one or two arduinos to control the movement. I didn't find anything on my google searches. Any of you heard of something like this? Thank you! (Edit: Just thought that, as some of these have remote controls for the pan and tilt, the hacking could actually be done on a remote rather than on the gimbal, avoiding to void the waranty)
  7. Português I did it in Processing, its kind of a simplified java framework.
  8. I can do both. I've seen a lot of approaches online and I just opted for that one here. The tool is more to see the small visual difference between the ratios rather than the resolution itself. Maybe I will add a toggle in case people rather downscale the height instead. Thanks for that Olá Tito! I thought of doing it online too put since I just did this for my own purposes initially I just went with what I was more comfortable coding.
  9. Hello guys, I'm creating this post to share something I did for myself to help me understand the difference between the original aspect ratio and end aspect ratio after de-squeeze with the different anamorphic lenses. Maybe it will be helpful for someone else. You can download it for mac of pc here http://www.sandrobrt.com/ratio-comparison-tool
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