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Anamorphic Sights of Bangkok, travel video


jamesisaaks
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Hello,

 

I've been traveling since may 2013, and making travel videos with my gh3 and a ts3cine highspeed camera. I was inspired by EOSHD to try out an anamorphic lens. Having blown my budget on gear before i left, I was looking for something on the cheap. I managed to grab a Bell & Howell Kowa 2x from ebay for $340. I had it sent to my mom and she met me in Bangkok.

 

So here is the first stuff I have shot with a anamorphic. Run and gun with a dual focus anamorphic, not the easiest.....

 

 

If you like please check out my vimeo page for lots of other travel videos....

 

Thanks, James

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