Anamorphic Lens Edition - iPhone 14 Pro
Anamorphic Lens Edition - iPhone 14 Pro
Anamorphic Lens Edition - iPhone 14 Pro
Anamorphic Lens Edition - iPhone 14 Pro
Anamorphic Lens Edition - iPhone 14 Pro
Anamorphic Lens Edition - iPhone 14 Pro
Anamorphic Lens Edition - iPhone 14 Pro - SANDMARC
iPhone 14 Pro Case
Anamorphic Lens Edition - iPhone 14 Pro - SANDMARC

Anamorphic Lens Edition - iPhone 14 Pro


Sale price$139.99 USD
     
Type:Anamorphic 1.33x

EST SHIP DATE: NOV 2022

Designed with the serious filmmaker in mind, the SANDMARC Anamorphic lens allows you to capture cinematic footage with ultra-wide aspect ratio, oval bokeh and horizontal lens flares.

Its unique oval shape allows to capture more horizontal information by squeezing the image, a method popular among movie makers such as JJ Abrams & Steven Soderbergh. Crafted from best-in-class optics, the Anamorphic lens seeks to take your filmmaking to a new level.

 *Third-party app required. Our suggested app: Filmic Pro

☉ 1.33x Anamorphic Lens* / 1.55x Anamorphic Lens*
☉ Drama PL & Scape ND filter compatible**
☉ Patented thread design for direct filter mounting system
☉ Glass: Multi-element, multi-coated

* Software required to de squeeze:
Filmic Pro App or Premier / Final Cut Pro
** Minor vignetting when using filters cropped in post

TECHNICAL DETAILS
☉ Aspect Ratio: 2.4:1 (video) for 1.33x Anamorphic
☉ Aspect Ratio: 2.75:1 (video) for 1.55x Anamorphic
☉ Field of view: 113° for 1.33x Anamorphic
☉ Field of view: 120° for 1.55x Anamorphic
☉ Outer Thread: 40.6mm
☉ Inner Thread: 17mm
☉ Compatible with 40.5mm step-up rings

COMPATIBILITY
☉ iPhone 14 Pro

☉ Anamorphic Lens
☉ iPhone 14 Pro standard case
☉ Clip-on mount
☉ Lens pouch
☉ Front & back lens caps

RETURN POLICY

If, for any reason, you're not completely satisfied, you can return your item and receive a full refund within 30 days of delivery. The item you are returning must be repackaged and is in the original condition you received it. Returns are not allowed for the purpose of getting a future promotional deal. 

UNITED STATES

We offer free shipping for all US orders. Business days refers to Monday - Friday excluding holidays.

☉ Free Shipping (3-5 Business Days)
☉ 2nd Day - $19 (2 Business Days)
☉ Overnight - $29 (1 Business Day)

Orders made on Friday for overnight shipping will arrive Monday as most carriers do not deliver on Saturdays. 2nd Day orders will arrive the following Tuesday.

INTERNATIONAL

☉ Standard - $19.95 (1-2 Weeks)
☉ Express - $40 (3-7 Business Days)

For all international shipments, the standard delivery time is 2-3 weeks depending on customs clearance. Note that there are countries that we only offer DHL or FedEx shipping due to issues of the postal delivery system. All international DHL & FedEx shipments cost $40.

What is Anamorphic?
Shot on Anamorphic
Shot on Anamorphic
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.
Lens Flare
One of Anamorphic's unique features is it 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 it 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 Steven 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 Steven Soderbergh.
Getting Started
Getting Started

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