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AIVASCOPE 1.5x anamorphic lens, 1st hands-on !!!!

Sebastien Farges

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AIVASCOPE 1.5x anamorphic lens, 1st hands-on


I just had the chance to film with the new Aivascope 1.5x anamorphic lens on my Panasonic GH4.

It’s a very sharp lens working great with some of my primes. It’s a single focus lens (you do the focus on it and let the prime on infinity)

In this movie you will see different shots done with :

GH4 4K uhd (no CC) 24p

Lumix 20mm f1.7 btw f1.7 and f4

Pentax-m 40mm pancake f2.8 at f4

Sicor-XL MC 28mm f2.8 at f5.6


Despite the fact the Pentax-m 40mm is less wider than the others, I like the result with it and the Avaiscope.


I’ve used a Dorr variable ND lens, on the GH4 the picture mode is on « portrait » with slight ajustments.

I did no color corrections at all.

I will do some test on full frame camera later.

Thanks for watching.


Heres is the characteristics of the Aivascope 1.5x lens :

Designed for Full Frame systems.

Recommended taking lenses for full frame (16:9 aspect ratio) from 50mm to 90mm

Single focus From 80cm to infinity.

Non rotating front element.

Focus ring rotate 190 degrees.

Lens mounting clamp 52mm

Filter size 82mm

Weight 700 gr.

Integrated focus gear.

Price : 2 250,00 €


Aivascope facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/aivascope/


thanks to Aivascope, Marguerite, Nina, the graphers and the people of Bordeaux and Floirac.

a Seb Farges Movie

music :

Corrina Repp "The Beast Lives In The Same Place"

Amplitude Problem "Into The Night (Instrumental)"


08th june, 2019






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