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SANDMARC Anamorphic Lens
Anamorphic
1.33x Lens for iPhone
$129.99
Anamorphic Ultra
1.55x Lens for iPhone
$159.99
Anamorphic
1.33x Lens for iPhone
$129.99
Anamorphic Ultra
1.55x Lens for iPhone
$159.99
Cinema Engineered Glass
Designed with professional mobile filmmaking in mind, each lens is crafted with multi-element, multi-coated & anti-reflective glass for superior performance.
Cinema Engineered Glass
Designed with professional mobile filmmaking in mind, each lens is crafted with multi-element, multi-coated & anti-reflective glass for superior performance.
Shot on Anamorphic
Shot on Anamorphic
Lens Flare
One of Anamorphic's unique features is its ability to give you a cinematic look to your videos. When the lens is subjected to vivid light, either through car headlights, street lights or any hard light during night shoots, it creates a lens flare similar to what you see in movies.
Lens Flare
One of Anamorphic's unique features is its ability to give you a cinematic look to your videos. When the lens is subjected to vivid light, either through car headlights, street lights or any hard light during night shoots, it creates a lens flare similar to what you see in movies.
Ultra Wide
With its oval bokeh, the Anamorphic lens is able to capture more horizontal information, by squeezing the image. This method is very popular among cinema cameras used by movie makers such as JJ Abrams and Stephen Soderbergh.
Ultra Wide
With its oval bokeh, the Anamorphic lens is able to capture more horizontal information, by squeezing the image. This method is very popular among cinema cameras used by movie makers such as JJ Abrams and Stephen Soderbergh.
Getting Started
What is the main difference between the 1.33x and the 1.55x anamorphic lens? The anamorphic 1.33x Lens will squeeze to a 2.39:1 ratio image onto a 16:9 sensor. While the 1.55x squeezes into a 2.76:1 ratio image onto a 16:9 sensor.
Getting Started
What is the main difference between the 1.33x and the 1.55x anamorphic lens? The anamorphic 1.33x Lens will squeeze to a 2.39:1 ratio image onto a 16:9 sensor. While the 1.55x squeezes into a 2.76:1 ratio image onto a 16:9 sensor.