Thread: Real Anamorphic for less? The Rectilux 3FF-W single focus adapter reviewed

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    I am using the Iscorama 54 and 42 and am extremely happy with what I get with Leica R's, and Canon L's.

    Anyone knows how the Rectilux compares? It looks like a copy almost of the 54.

    From what I've seen on the samples I like a lot more the 54/42.

    I find also the flares extremely annoying especially when you have several lights. I use the MC and I can put all kinds of awesome flares (that I control anyway I like) with 3dsmax in post.
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    Hmmm... maybe there should be a poll to decide which looks like Iscorama 54 :)


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    Ian Edward Weir took his #Rectilux3FFS and baby hypergonar to Northern Iran to film this amazing piece in #BARAKA style


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6IS3iI08eg
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    Hey John Barlow, Chief Design Architect and Project Manager for Rectilux products...

    Reduser tends to prefer people to be a bit more upfront and open about pushing products they are selling than this.
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    Really curious about the Rectilux products. Would be nice to get some more technical specs and test videos. Also would be great to see some RED footage shot on it rather than all the super wide GH4 material.
    Glaswerk ONE & ONE+ 2x VV anamorphic lenses

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    I have done some tests with my R1 MX and the Rectilux 3ff-w.
    https://vimeo.com/167609162
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    https://vimeo.com/169696016
    Please forgive my grading skills. Some r3d files can be obtained here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2...DA2c2xiNHA3UkU
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Diehr View Post
    I have done some tests with my R1 MX and the Rectilux 3ff-w.
    https://vimeo.com/167609162
    and
    https://vimeo.com/169696016
    Please forgive my grading skills. Some r3d files can be obtained here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2...DA2c2xiNHA3UkU
    Hey Alex,

    I'm living in Freiburg, close to Basel. Would it be possible to rent your Rectilux for some test on our Dragon?

    A friend of mine owns a Sankor 16-D and a Schneider-Kreuznach Cinelux. Would be nice to try them out on our Dragon with a matching Rectilux.
    Glaswerk ONE & ONE+ 2x VV anamorphic lenses

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