Solid heavyweight construction in black coated steel. Lens is Mounted on a slide rail to allow easy removal from light path. Mounting holes on slide rail base to allow fixing to a suitable platform.I recall it was via CAVX, an Australian home cinema company. The best available lenses are manufactured by Isco. Popular with high end Barco projectors. A bargain when compared to the above alternatives.
For buyers outside the United Kingdom and E. The advantage of using a 1.33x anamorphic attachments in converting aspect ratios is that they optically decompress 16:9 native format to 2.35:1 Cinemascope format. All of the projectors light and native 16x9 resolution can then used to create a full-framed image, not unsightly black bars at the top and bottom of the screen. Why should I invest in an anormorphic Lens now that I have zoom and lens memories?
There are 3 main reasons why people may want an anamorphic Lens. Using more pixels rather than having letter box bars top and bottom, increases brightness of image, which can in particular be important for HDR.More pixels used, means a better fill ratio. Increased image size from limited throw distance. Note: Please do not ask me if will work with a particular projector model. Setting up anamorphic lenses is not really for novice end users.
Similar case for anamorphic lenses for professional photography cameras. Therefore I cannot give advice or provide support.
Perhaps do your own research on forums etc, or If you are a novice user then I recommend you get advice from an experienced AV dealer or someone who has knowledge of anamorphic lenses. Most modern projectors should work just fine with this lens.
Some give better results than others depending on your setup. I used this lens with my JVC X7000 with 100 screen, and it worked perfectly.
It depends on your particular setup. What matters is to have a reasonably long throw distance to prevent pincushion effect; the screen size; the quality of your projector lens and video processing; and whether the projector or video processor has the ability to vertically stretch the 2.35:1 Cinemascope movie to fill the full 16:9 area of the projector chip.This anamorphic lens then optically stretches the 16:9 image to fill a 2.35:1 screen, thus removing the black bars. The lens needs moving out of way if you not watching Cinemascope movies, or use a Lumagen or similar video processor or PC based one, to automatically recognise aspect ratio. The item "Anamorphic Projector Lens 1.33x Cinemascope. Epson" is in sale since Sunday, June 27, 2021.
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