Turning the LA7200 into a focussing anamorphic on the Canon 5D Mk II

This is an ingenious manipulation of the Panasonic LA7200 anamorphic adapter, on the Canon 5D Mark II.

The LA7200 works well at wide angles, especially on crop sensor cameras but at fast apertures, with close focus and on full frame DSLRs like the 5D Mark II it isn’t really usable since it isn’t a focussing anamorphic like the Iscorama and you get a blurry image.

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Explained – The Panasonic GH1’s 750 ISO advantage over Canon

There is a new aspect to consider when shooting video on DSLRs. According to sensor benchmarking solution provider DXOMark, the Panasonic GH1 is the only camera which understates it’s actual ISO sensitivity relative to the competition.

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