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It may, though as it's often the case with anamorphics - IT DEPENDS ON MANY DIFFERENT FACTORS.
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For starters: depends on how bad this damage is.
Did some air manage to make its way to the coatings and began a process of balsam separation?
No one knows. It might not show in the next couple of years.

Next thing: depends on what taking lenses you're gonna use.
If those taking lenses have big front elements, then they will be able to
'see' the chipped piece of glass.
Would it be visible in the footage? Most likely not, but I'd say it may give some additional flares here and there.

All in all:
Is this lens really that much of a bargain? Do you enjoy having some organic flaws in your image?

If the answer to these questions is 'yes', then go for it.

 

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On 7/9/2020 at 9:48 AM, heart0less said:

 

All in all:
Is this lens really that much of a bargain? Do you enjoy having some organic flaws in your image?

If the answer to these questions is 'yes', then go for it.

 

Well, i just won the auction for $100

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39 minutes ago, leslie said:

cant go wrong if it only cost you a $100 😀

like heart0less said it may or may not affect the image. If its close to the side depending on your final aspect ratio, it may get cropped out any way.

 I also figure, worst case, If need be, I wait to find one for parts, and replace the back lense.

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