cinemorph filter

To see if anyone could tell the difference, we combined footage filmed with an Isco 1.75x lens and the CineMorph 58mm Filter. Both the Anamorphic lens and CineMorph filter were attached to an old Nikon 85mm f2 SLR Lens and filmed on the Canon 5D Mk II.

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You can see all footage from this project shot with the Cinemorph Filter separately here: http://vimeo.com/22715593

Music - Lana Del Rey - Blue Jeans

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Lana Del Rey - Blue Jeans

To see if anyone could tell the difference, we combined footage filmed with an Isco 1.75x lens and the CineMorph 58mm Filter. Both the Anamorphic lens and CineMorph filter were attached to an old Nikon 85mm f2 SLR Lens and filmed on the Canon 5D Mark II.
Lenses and Filters available at http://www.vid-atlantic.com

You can see all footage from this project shot with the Anamorphic Lens separately here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlmu7OlZMVk

You can see all footage from this project shot with the Cinemorph Filter separately here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvXBxuFjdHM

Before & After shots using the CineMorph Filter from www.vid-atlantic.com Originally designed for Run N Gun shooting where regular anamorphic lenses could not go! These filters will NOT stretch or squeeze to create a true anamorphic image. It keeps the image at 16:9 and you can crop in post at any ratio you choose. Made to intercut with regular anamorphic footage or to simply shoot on its own, it mimics characteristics of anamorphic lenses such as the flare or streak and vertically stretched bokeh. I

I just bought a Nikon 85mm f2 and it is very "film look" with the Cinemorph filter.
Camera: 550D/T2i (not that good maybe.)
Positive side:
-The blur is so filmy xD
Negative:
-The Nikon lens it shake so much and thats not good I prefer using tripod with this lens.
-No Zoom.
-No control of the exposer. 00 (I had to put the shutter at 2500 with 200iso)

But its good for my small budget.

A brief explanation of how anamorphic lenses work, and a review of the CineMorph Filter, a lens filter that emulates some of the qualities of a true anamorphic lens. CineMorph filter from www.Vid-Atlantic.com. Peter Bohush is a writer, director, editor and producer in Los Angeles. His website is www.WriterDirector.com.

Vid-Atlantic website - http://www.vid-atlantic.com/index.html

A special thank you to Vid-Atlantic for being the first company to jump on board this free gear giveaway idea. I think it's a win/win/win. For the company, for our channel, and for the viewer. Going to be pushing this idea for sure.

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The CineMorph 58 filter on the Nikon E Series 50mm using a Canon t2i.

CineMorphic Filters are a new product from www.vid-atlantic.com that give your lenses that Anamorphic lens look without actually using an Anamorphic lens.

See Photo at the end of the this video.

More samples:
Day Footage - vimeo.com/​18647636
Night Footage - vimeo.com/​19232998

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Anamorphic looks on the Canon mount Sigma 18-35 (using the new CineMorph Mod Filter).

This gives you the classic Anamorphic / CinemaScope looks without all the hassles of dual rack focusing, clamping, sever vignetting, additional glass that can soften the image and without the huge price tag of real anamorphic lenses or attachments!

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Showing the likeness of the cinemorph filter vs a Sankor 16c anamorphic lens. Shot on a Canon t3i using jupiter 9 85mm f2, Sankor 16c

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Just got the cinemorph filter from vid-atlantic for a future shoot and decided to give it a test. Wanted to see how it looked and handled everything. Cinemorph 77mm Filter Shot on Canon c100 Lenses used: Sigma 50mm f1.4 Canon 85mm f1.8 Music: "Broken" by Mason Bayne