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  • FS: Genustech Eclipse Fader ND filter / Hoya UV & IR Cut Filter / VidA. CineMorph



    VidAtlantic CineMorph (Flare & Bokeh) (MINT) - 58mm with 52mm adapter ring too

    These filters will NOT stretch or squeeze to create a true anamorphic image. It keeps the image at 16:9 and you can crop in post at any ratio you choose.

    It mimics characteristics of anamorphic lenses such as the flares, streaks and vertically stretched bokeh. It's very easy to use and allows you to rack focus your photo lens like normal.

    This is a HUGE plus as shooting with real anamorphic attachments requires you to focus both the anamorphic lens and the photographic lens, making run and gun shooting pretty much impossible.

    This filter is great for when you need those shots that do require rack focusing.

    It is mounted on to a smooth rotating filter for easy alignment and assembled with very sharp optical glass that won't dull the image. The down side is that your lens will lose 1 to 2 stops of light so we recommend fast speed lenses (f0.95 to f2.8).

    And just like a real Anamorphic lens, these filters are meant for use on Prime SLR and or Cinema lenses. 50mm and tighter for cropped frame cameras like the 7D & T2i and 75mm and tighter for full frame cameras like the 5D. (USING WIDE ANGLE CONVERTERS WILL ALLOW YOU TO HAVE A WIDER FIELD OF VIEW WHEN NEEDED)

    Some zoom lenses will work but they'll need to have smaller fronts. For instance the Canon 70mm-200mm lens on the Full Frame Canon 5D will NOT work with the filter at ranges wider than apprx 200mm because the front lens element is too wide and can't shoot through the bokeh effect element in the filter.

    Also, as with Anamorphic lenses, the ideal SLR lenses to use are the older Canon, Nikon, M42 Mount (Russian or Japanese) lenses that have the smaller 52mm to 62mm front filter diameters. 50mm f1.8, 85mm f2, 100mm f2.8, 135mm f2.8 have given some of the very best results.

    The Helios 58mm f2 with the CineMorph filter on the full frame 5D gives little vignetting, enough to push past easily in post.

    These types of older lenses are fun, sharp, well built and much more affordable than newer lenses.


    80 USD (free shipping worldwide) - Paypal payment! - PM please!


    Thanks,
    Jorge De Silva
    Last edited by Jorge De Silva; 03-31-2014, 12:39 AM.
    Jorge De Silva - Photography & Filmmaking
    Personal Quote: "We should always learn from others! Life always teaches us something! Sharing is the key!"
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1843499/

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    Hoya UV & IR Cut Filter 82mm (MINT) - SOLD

    Genustech Eclipse ND Fader 77mm (MINT) & VidAtlantic CineMorph 58mm still available
    Jorge De Silva - Photography & Filmmaking
    Personal Quote: "We should always learn from others! Life always teaches us something! Sharing is the key!"
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1843499/

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        Genus SOLD!

        VidAtlantic CineMorph (Flare & Bokeh) (MINT) - 58mm with 52mm adapter ring too - Still Available!
        Jorge De Silva - Photography & Filmmaking
        Personal Quote: "We should always learn from others! Life always teaches us something! Sharing is the key!"
        http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1843499/

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          New price! VidAtlantic CineMorph (Flare & Bokeh) (MINT) - 58mm with 52mm adapter ring too!

          60 USD shipped for any part of the world!!! Last chance or it will fly to ebay.
          Jorge De Silva - Photography & Filmmaking
          Personal Quote: "We should always learn from others! Life always teaches us something! Sharing is the key!"
          http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1843499/

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