Turn your DSLR prime lenses into anamorphic lenses with our custom built anamorphic lens kits!

What Are Anamorphic Lenses?

Our anamorphic lenses are cinema-grade lenses adaptable for modern DSLR and cinema cameras. Anamorphic lenses attach to the front of a prime lens set and double the horizontal view by a factor of 2. Once de-squeezed in post, this results in long horizontal lens flares and beautiful painted bokeh that sets an image far apart from the traditional DSLR look.

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Benefits & Features

Anamorphic lenses are a great tool for cinematographers looking to make their photography stand apart from traditional images. Traditional anamorphic prime lenses like Cooke are tremendous quality, but come at a tremendous price. Our lenses were originally expensive cinema lenses meant to sharply resolve theatrical film. We have re-purposed them to be adaptable and affordable.

Interested? Read more about the benefits of anamorphic lenses.

Painted bokeh

A unique “cinema”-style painted look that cannot be duplicated.


Own rather than rent, and sharpen your anamorphic skills.

Reduce crop

Anamorphic lenses double your field of view and effectively reduce your sensor crop factor.

Flare Style

Each lens has unique flare characteristics to give your cinematography a unique look

Anamorphic Lenses on a Short Film

Posted by | December 29 | No Comments on Anamorphic Lenses on a Short Film

Anamorphic Cinematography Series As a part of our continuing series on anamorphic cinematography, here are impressions from shooting with anamorphic lenses on a 48 hour short film project. To see excerpts from the project, watch the video below: Equipment used on this film includes: Panasonic GH5 with v2 firmware update Zhiyun Crane 2 58mm f/2 Helios 44-2 85mm f/2 Jupiter […]

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Testing the Schneider Anamorphic Lens Kit in NYC

Posted by | December 28 | No Comments on Testing the Schneider Anamorphic Lens Kit in NYC

Anamorphic Cinematography Series Here is the new Schneider anamorphic lens build in New York City in December on the Panasonic GH5. The snow made for some beautiful anamorphic images. Shooting 100% handheld, anamorphic IBIS mode, in 4k 60fps in Cinelike-D, the setup can’t be beat. This is the sharpest anamorphic lens in the world. The kit can be purchased below. […]

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Using A Rangefinder to Macro Focus with Your Anamorphic lens

Posted by | November 22 | No Comments on Using A Rangefinder to Macro Focus with Your Anamorphic lens

What is a rangefinder? An anamorphic rangefinder is a set of two achromat diopters in reverse polarity. You can then achieve focus for the entire setup by varying the distance between those two diopters. In close focus, the diopters are at their maximum distance apart, and at infinity, they are right next to each other. Popular rangefinders for anamorphic lenes […]

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  • Anamoprhic is a secret weapon, so few filmmakers know that they’re adaptable without huge budgets. It’s such an easy way of making an image stand out.

    Dan Jones


  • Anamorphic lenses just have the kind of character that’s missing in modern glass. It’s so organic.

    Mark N

    Executive Producer

  • I love shooting using anamorphic lenses on DSLR. You’re working with a different kind of canvas and there are so many possibilities.

    Paul Fox

    Camera Operator & Cinematographer

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