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Anamorphot 16:9

Anamorphic 16:9



Frage von markusk2006:
Januar 2010

Good day!

I am currently planning to purchase a used JVC GY-DV 500, which is really great. However, I would have preferred a 5100, because I think really do it for 4:3. But that does not with my budget.
Now I've done extensive work with the matter and found that an anamorphic lens would actually be the right one. Unfortunately, they are expensive and there are apparently only for compact semi-professional cams.
Interposed there is no anamorphic lens like a teleconverter (; or doubler as it says in video ...) is? Theoretically, it would be possible, if necessary, with a focal length extension or by the use of optics for large image circles ...
If someone wants to build sowas, he could have a big market, because according to my observations, there is ENG camcorder in top quality for less money, but truly not at as much as 16:9. The SonyDSR 500 WSP will cost a multiple of 500 and JVC's pretty rare.
Conversely, once the question of how good an inflated 16:9 practical. Apparently it's no problem, umzubasteln in post-production a 4:3, but just with lesser number of lines of 432nd Horizontal changes ja eh nix, with SD is always sent with 720 lines at Pal.
Specific questions I have not necessarily, but I want to start a lively discussion about the topic, as is 16:9 produced nowadays.
According to my observations will be accepted except 16:9 barely out what the other will be called for 4:3-cameras are still really decent prices ...



Antwort von Jott:

As long as there are still a few stations, 16:9 s.denen passes, have old 4:3-ENG cameras in such habitats, a certain right to exist. In real life, but what is now time electronic waste.



Antwort von markusk2006:

Well, I see it basically synonymous. That I enter on it is still the fact that I for the foreseeable projects with a circumcised 4:3 can cope very well and my preferred model uses the 2-3-fold cost. So, the GY-DV 500 in Comparison to 5100. Being said when no one synonymous with certainty whether the 100% owned makes true 16:9 ...
I am only surprised that with the huge supply and demand little of the obvious Someone comes up with the idea to offer reasonable Anamorphic at affordable prices. I think the market is there. I would certainly pay $ 500 for nothing but for 1/2-ENG-Linsen gibts ja. Have it all stripped bare. Apparently, the accessories market is engaged in building mat boxes to DSLRs.
Also an issue that I have not yet checked off completely. Nevertheless, the respective cameras were synonymous for photographing a welcome addition. Unfortunately, I'm rooted in the Nikon system, and now the Black-Yellow unfortunately still hanging behind.
In this context, I'd like to question the relations of the accessory prices. When I see what exactly should be called for tariffs to a DSLR camera to aufzubrezeln ... all just mechanical stuff, with no special requirements s.hohe manufacturing tolerances ... if I should get sowas I build I should use it themselves.





Antwort von Jott:

"markusk2006" wrote:
I am only surprised that with the huge supply and demand little of the obvious Someone comes up with the idea to offer reasonable Anamorphic at affordable prices. I think the market is there. I would certainly pay $ 500 for


For 500 EUR you'll get a resolution, for example, for a DVX100, but not for an ENG lens. There's no market for it - who needs professional ENG cameras in 16:9, the 4:3-schmeisst out things and does not buy expensive Anamorphic, to hold otherwise outdated technology is still synonymous s.Leben a little longer too. It simply makes no sense.



Antwort von domain:

"markusk2006" wrote:

I am only surprised that with the huge supply and demand little of the obvious Someone comes up with the idea to offer reasonable Anamorphic at affordable prices. I think the market is there.

The effort to grind aspherical lenses is far higher than spherical.
Anamorphic therefore can not be produced preiwert.
But not only because it does not surprise me that there is no market for such intentions more.



Antwort von markusk2006:

OK, OK. I wonder just WHO still thousands of euros for lying down old Betacam, DVCam even those of Sony, no preference DSR200 / 300, etc. even with 3000 Euros and will be more action. Also new is still supplied equipment. The mean if you want. So now I really belong to accommodate a very small target audience, Internet streams, with ner ENG-Cam want. I'm basically synonymous yes just because I want to get used to me handling and me 1 / 2 "is located or other reasons. Synonymous And I know that this is only an intermediate step, and in 2 years later than for the ton.
Who else buys the stuff then??



Antwort von Jott:

Look outside the box, television is the world made. SD 4:3 is elsewhere on the globe, often for many more years of state of affairs, there is the DSR-400 all the rage in general.




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