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How do you shoot on anamorphic lenses?


Lucifer Morningstar
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Hello everyone,,

I know that anamorphic lenses warp the image, which would mean that you can't play a take back to see how it looked. How would you shoot this way?

Do you basically just shoot like you're shooting it on film (by making sure that the scene looks as good as possible, but getting the coverage needed, just in case)?

Or, how can/should you shoot on anamorphic?

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I think that's why you need a monitor with anamorphic support.

On some cameras, like Panasonic S1H has built-in anamorphic mode for both recording and playback modes, so you'll get a proper view while recording and viewing the footage.

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On 3/1/2021 at 8:54 PM, Lucifer Morningstar said:

Hello everyone,,

I know that anamorphic lenses warp the image, which would mean that you can't play a take back to see how it looked. How would you shoot this way https://snaptube.cam/ https://9apps.cam/ ?

Do you basically just shoot like you're shooting it on film (by making sure that the scene looks as good as possible, but getting the coverage needed, just in case)?

Or, how can/should you shoot on anamorphic?

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