How to Choose Your First Anamorphic Lens

How to Choose Your First Anamorphic Lens

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An anamorphic lens is the height of sophistication for filmmaking, lending an easy-to-use but dramatic touch to any shot. Adding an anamorphic lens to your supplies ensures you get the most eye-catching, dramatic photos possible.

 Anamorphic Lens

The Most Popular Filming Camera on the Market

Film effects are crucial to ensure that the correct images are captured. Choosing the right lens to create an effect from the beginning allows for pure filmmaking capabilities that will translate to the shots of a lifetime.

 Camera

Anamorphic lenses allow for a distorted yet crisp image to be relayed into a film. They give a wider field of view, with a cinematic aspect ratio of 2.40:1 or 2.35:1. This immediately looks dramatic and polished from far away while creating a wide-angle to ensure the entire scene is on display for the audience.

 

When used with a close-up shot, the anamorphic lens offers a dramatic definition against a slightly blurry background. This effect is an automatic way to focus entirely on the subject while allowing the audience to experience the entire scene. It creates a visual effect that lends itself to storytelling.

 

This makes the anamorphic lens the most popular lens for filmmaking. The SIRUI anamorphic lens, in particular, offers a crisp, clear, wide shot that brings the drama for filming.

How to Choose Your First Anamorphic Lens

A typical anamorphic lens might be quite bulky and large, although the SIRUI anamorphic lens leverages state-of-the-art technology to offer a wide range of sizes. Therefore, it's crucial to consider the sensor size and mount of the camera you choose to use for filmmaking with the anamorphic lens.

Sensor Size

When shooting full-frame, APS-C, Micro Four Thirds, or larger, try to find a lens that covers the image circle of the sensor. This prevents extra vignetting near the edges of the frame.

Mount

The nice thing about an anamorphic lens is that you typically don’t have to worry about matching the lens to the native mount of your camera, as many are cross-compatible. You can also easily find lens adapters that allow switching and fitting.

 

1.33 APS-C Anamorphic Lens, the First Choice of Starters

When starting with anamorphic lenses, it’s crucial to find one that works for your individual needs without setting your budget back too far. This is why the SIRUI anamorphic lens is the choice for those starting out with anamorphic lenses. The ease of compatibility combines effortlessly with affordability to create a great starter lens. Even better; there’s no sacrifice of quality. This allows you to use the same affordable lens for a long time through your career from a starter to your more accomplished and knowledgeable times.

 

Compatible with a vast range of mounts (Sony, Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Panasonic, and more), the SIRUI anamorphic lens features a 0.6m minimum focusing distance that highlights the subject with striking difference between them and the background. Featuring incredibly strong anti-slip housing that gives you the security you need in any scenario, this lens makes filming and filmmaking a breeze regardless of your setting.

 

Depth and Quality with the SIRUI Anamorphic Lens

The filmmaking industry has found the best option for dramatic and wide-angle shots in the anamorphic lens. The SIRUI anamorphic lens offers all the styles the anamorphic lens has come to be known for, with an edge of high quality and adaptability. For more ideas on using anamorphic lenses to get the right shot for you, visit our website.

 

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