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#1 L K Keerthi Basu

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Posted 21 September 2007 - 05:50 AM

dear friends,

there are two process in Super 35mm to cinemascope in final print, one is DI method and other is Optical Printing method. I want to know what is the focal length used for the conversion process, and the company which is providing this anamorphic lens for this process.

We have planned to start this conversion here in India with our Oxberry camera, for the super 16 to 35 cinemascope and also for other formates, if I get this lens information i will be kind to you all.

L.K.Keerthi basu
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#2 Christian Appelt

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Posted 21 September 2007 - 11:53 AM

Isco Optics has a modular lens system for all anamorphic conversions:

Film Printing System (Isco)

Contact:

Isco Technical Support

ISCO Precision Optics GMBH
P.O. BOX 200155
37086 Göttingen / Germany

TECHNICAL SUPPORT:
PHONE +49 (0) 551 - 50 58 - 3
FAX +49 (0) 551 - 50 58 - 410

www.iscoprecisionoptics.com
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