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Old January 12th, 2010, 10:25 PM   #1
Reflets 2009-10, anamorphic new year !
Regis Hervagault Regis Hervagault is offline January 12th, 2010, 10:25 PM

Seasons greetings !
Urban sights and rural vistas from the 20 cities council partnership around LAVAL, France to be shown in glorious cinemascope at their 2010 gathering party.
See it in HD at vimeo where you can download the AVI Divx too.

Time & Places : 15 Dec 2009 - 07 Jan 2010
Ahuillé | Argentré | Bonchamp | Châlons-du-Maine | Changé | La Chapelle-Anthenaise | Entrammes | Forcé | Laval | L'Huisserie | Louverné | Louvigné | Montflours | Montigné-le-Brillant | Nuillé-sur-Vicoin | Parné-sur-Roc | Saint-Berthevin | Saint-Germain-le-Fouilloux | Saint-Jean-sur-Mayenne | Soulgé-sur-Ouette

Gear : Canon EOS 7D + Kowa 16-H Prominar Anamorphic 2x on FD 50mm f1.2L w/ Bower adapter
Lester A. Dine 105mm f2.8 Macro 1:1, Sigma 12-24mm f4.5-5.6 & 70-200mm f2.8

Music by Magnus Gangstad Jørgensen aka Philter www.thephilterlounge.com

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A very enjoyable watch. Thank you for sharing this with us. I'd of cours ebe interested to know more about the anamorphic aspect of this.

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Thx Chris.
the 2x anamorphic adapter used was a Kowa prominar anamorphic 16-H also known as 8-Z.
beautifull piece of glass considered by many as the best available scope lens for 16mm/8mm projectors. in my humble opinion, the 2nd best option besides the mighty Isco that now run for crazy prices at auctions worldwide.
it is a projector lens adapter with a focusing ring to adjust the screen distance from about 5ft to infinity. when filming trough it, it effectively squeezes light along the horizontal axis if aligned properly, allowing to record twice the width over standard resolution picture. it is like having a different focal length on vertical and horizontal axis doubling the horizontal field of view. this alone brings all kinds of sharpness and focusing issues as one must stop down their taking lens to get useable pictures and minimum distance might need some dioptres to help focusing.
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