What lenses are Anamorphot Adapters compatible with?
To achieve the much loved 2.35:1 scope aspect ratio, which gives a very pleasant, epic effect, filmmakers must crop off the top and bottom of standard 16:9 footage when using spherical lenses with modern digital cameras. As a result, 25% of sensor negative information is discarded.
APO MicroPrime 32mm T2.1
The APO MicroPrime 32mm T2.1 Lens from SLR Magic offers apochromatic capture in a lighter-weight, cine-style form. With a 46mm image circle projection, this wider Canon EF-mount lens is suitable for use with 8K cameras with high-resolution full-frame sensors. Its apochromatic elements are designed to correct color aberrations often seen in high-contrast images or shots captured with wide-open apertures.
HyperPrime 50mm T0.95
The SLR Magic HyperPrime 50mm T0.95 Lens with MFT & X Mount is exceptionally fast, making it suitable for extremely low light filming. It supports a cine-style workflow when shooting on a camera with an MFT & X mount. It features a T0.95 to T16 iris range, with a clickless iris that allows smooth iris pulls, and geared focus and aperture rings. With an 82mm length, 72.2mm diameter, and a 12-blade iris, the lens is compact and functional.
1,33x - 65 Adapter with Gear
The compact SLR Magic Anamorphot-65 1.33x Anamorphic Adapter is designed to work with lenses with a front element size of up to 65mm in diameter. This 1.33x Anamorphic Adapter sports a rear thread size of 82mm and features an internal focus design. The Anamorphot-65 has a minimum close focus of four feet and can accept 112mm threaded filters and diopters.
The Anamorphot-65 1.33x Anamorphic Adapter is optimized to work with the Fujinon MK zoom range and is also compatible with 82mm-threaded SLR Magic MicroPrimes. Unlike a cropped "anamorphic" image obtained with a spherical lens, this adapter enables you to utilize the total area of your camera's sensor.