Anamorphic Lens

What is an Anamorphic lens?

An anamorphic lens is designed with additional glass elements that squeeze the image horizontally, allowing filmmakers to capture a wider field of view than the film or digital sensor would ordinarily allow.
In production there are typically two classes of lenses — anamorphic and spherical. Spherical lenses are the most common and project images onto a camera’s film or digital sensor without affecting their aspect ratio.
Anamorphic lenses expand the frame horizontally, accommodate more shooting width, and can output shots with a wide-format specification ratio without cropping. This has a significant advantage in film. It allows filmmakers to achieve wide aspect ratios without sacrificing resolution via cropping, which would typically have to be done when using a spherical lens to achieve widescreen aspect ratios. 

Anamorphic lenses also have distinct features which provide a unique look on screen. These include oval bokeh, light flares, greater depth of field and the widescreen ratio. 

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Why Sirui Anamorphic lenses? 
Typically anamorphic lenses are very large, bulky, and extremely expensive. Sirui has designed compact, lightweight anamorphic lenses with amazing image quality at affordable prices. 
Sirui has a wide range of focal lengths to suit many sensor sizes and camera mounts, with the range being constantly expanded to included new designs and focal lengths. 

Sirui anamorphic lenses are made from aircraft-grade aluminium and use high-quality German Schott glass elements. The elements include high-definition nanocoatings to retain image quality and sharpness. The front element is also coated in a waterproof coating. 

The Sirui range includes 

APS-C – 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, and 75mm. These lenses have a 1.33x squeeze factor, allowing for a 2.4:1 aspect ratio. 
Mounts include – Sony E, Canon EF-M, Fuji X (Not 35mm), Nikon Z

Micro 4/3 – 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, and 75mm. These lenses have a 1.33x squeeze factor, allowing for a 2.4:1 aspect ratio.

Full frame – 50mm and 75mm. These lenses have a 1.66x squeeze factor and produce a 2.8:1 aspect ratio. 
Mounts include – Sony E, Canon RF, Nikon Z, and Panasonic L.

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