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With all the talk of "anamorphic" and achieving the widescreen look, what do you think of dslr camera or video cameras giving the options of both x and x - particularly that of the Samsung NX dslr cameras. I absolutely agree - Salerno Messina video cameras should have the option to shoot x The KineRaw-S8 can do anamorphic crops in cam and unsquease in the viewfinder.
It can also do HD ratios so you can use 2x Anamorphic lenses And that's the entry level model. I'm sure the KineRaw-S16 and S35 will also be able to do similar ratios. The speciality lenses give the good old anamorphic "looks". 1920 X 816 line flare, oval bokeh, dreamy looking corners, etc. Since a cheap anamorphic lens wouldn't Stapana Matura such looks, I just crop the output. They can, 1. I can guarantee you that if you put a hawk 1.
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I got Sony Vegas, and it's a pain to stretch to get the correct fit. Personally I see no benefit from shooting in x over x If I plan to crop I don't mind having the extra information on the edges. It can be very helpful for slight adjustments of shots done in haste. De-squeezing Throat It Boy shots for preview would also be nice, granted.
But that is an entirely different function. Very practical to have. I often do 1920 X 816 2. Keep in mind a majority of films in 2. Guys, wouldn't you like to have a camera that gives you the option to shoot xwhich is a 2. Put your votes in. He could use 25mm lens to get similar horizontal FOV from the same standing point. My gut feeling is that the latter would be sharper.
Other differences would be the unique looks from anamorphic lens that are hard to be manipulated during post-processing. Going back to the original post, I really see no point in having a x mode on a camera. Just shoot and crop it if you want the cinemascope aspect ratio. Gives you some wiggle room to reframe, and makes those close-ups even closer :.
As far as cropping, that's pretty standard, too. Many top notch filmmakers have shot Super 35 and opted for faster spherical lenses cropped later, Scorsese with "Age of Innocence" and "Casino", Tarantino with "Kill Bill", and so on.
Same exact principle. Would LPowell's anamorphic settings work on the new PTools? I'll post some test shots today and post them here. Sign In Register as New User. Make sure to join PV on Telegram or Facebook! Perfect to keep up with community on your smartphone. 1920 X 816 and News x -- the new "Cinemascope 2. JayB38 May I hope I'm 1920 X 816 making this an unnecessary post. B3Guy May Ebacherville 1920 X 816 CRFilms May But it's probably at least a year till they are released outside of China.
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With all the talk of "anamorphic" and achieving the widescreen look, what do you think of dslr camera or video cameras giving the options of both x and x - particularly that of the Samsung NX dslr cameras. I absolutely agree - all video cameras should have the option to shoot x The KineRaw-S8 can do anamorphic crops in cam and unsquease in the viewfinder.
31/08/ · Mar 26, #2. im no expert but i have seen p rips where the video is x because the black bars were not re-encoded (i assume because they took up space). Sometimes the film if shot in some super wide ratio can be ripped like this and look fine.. but i am no loginprivat.comted Reading Time: 4 mins.
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