Anamorphic on a Budget – SLR Magic Ep 01 – Anamorphot 1.33x-50

December 6, 2015

First episode of the SLR Magic series, starting with their debut anamorphic adapter, the 1.33x-50, I really enjoyed having this lens around and going out to shoot with it. I even went beyond the standard tests and shots just to get to know it better. If I didn’t have too many Centuries, I’d certainly get one of these.


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