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apefos

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diy anamorphic adapter which works on canon aps-c
« on: November 07, 2012, 10:47:42 PM »
diy anamorphic adapter which works on canon aps-c


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Re: diy anamorphic adapter which works on canon aps-c
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2012, 12:58:36 PM »
diy anamorphic adapter which works on canon aps-c


Wow! Want one to test!!!

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Re: diy anamorphic adapter which works on canon aps-c
« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2012, 12:27:08 AM »
Hi, I'm from São Paulo, and have been writing and testing a lot of anamorphic adapters as well, because there was nothing like that in Brazil recently (at least, that I could find until June/2012).

I'm very curious about this prototype. What's the stretch? It looks like a double focus, but would you be willing to try something like the isco?

The video certainly does look interesting! May I take a look at the adapter? :D

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Olá pessoal, tenho feito uma grande pesquisa recentemente sobre lentes e adaptadores anamórficos, uma vez que não encontrei nada relativo ao assunto no Brasil, até meados de Junho deste ano.

Fiquei bem curioso sobre esse protótipo de vocês e tenho umas perguntas meio técnicas, assim como grande vontade de dar uma olhada e ter uns dias para testar e escrever uma review no blog (tferradans.com/blog - esses posts sobre anamórficos tem tido bastante visualização e gente mostrando interesse, que pode trazer mais luz pro projeto).

Será que é possível? Sou de São Paulo, e acho que reconheci alguns lugares do vídeo, além de lembrar de vocês como uma marca brasileira. Você é daqui, ou do Rio? :D

Voltando ao protótipo, qual o stretch? Pelo que entendi no vídeo, é um sistema de foco duplo, onde você foca o anamórfico e depois a lente base, certo? Tenho feito um bocado de pesquisa e encontrei a patente do ISCO, de foco único, e tô procurando alguém que entenda melhor de ótica pra ver se é algo viável de ser replicado.

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Re: diy anamorphic adapter which works on canon aps-c
« Reply #3 on: November 09, 2012, 02:19:02 PM »
Hi, I had a look in your blog and it is really interesting. You are an anamorphic enthusiast!

At this moment our project is under development and we just need to try the lens coating options to finish the experiments. We are trying to raise 250 usd to do this task. We are getting donations in the site: http://www.apefos.com

If you want to help, please post a page on your blog about it with the Vimeo video link and the website for donations and share with your friends and followers.

The focus works on the same ring. You rotate to adjust the cylindrical focus and move front and back to do distance focus. Also you need to do focus on the taking lens alternately to find best combination between adapter and lens.

We are waiting the final product become ready before let it get other hands.

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Re: diy anamorphic adapter which works on canon aps-c
« Reply #4 on: November 15, 2012, 11:06:14 PM »
Anamorphic Adapter Apefoscope Indiegogo Campaign:

I started a Campaign in Indiegogo (similar to Kickstarter) to build more units of Apefoscope. Please take a look at the video

showing the prototype images and the campaign. If you want to help me consider a small backing. Thanks!

http://www.indiegogo.com/apefoscope

New Apefoscope anamorphic adapter videos:



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Re: diy anamorphic adapter which works on canon aps-c
« Reply #5 on: December 31, 2012, 12:59:20 PM »
The Apefoscope project is finished.

All the review videos including lens coating flare tests are done and uploaded to this album on vimeo:

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If you have questions about the adapter send a message to me on vimeo

Thank you!


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Re: diy anamorphic adapter which works on canon aps-c
« Reply #6 on: February 10, 2013, 12:36:08 AM »
I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A PEN

I would like to have a pen, but not any pen...

a pen to describe the peoples face inside the bus in the way to work... each expression, the sadness in the eyes due to life is not the way they would like it to be... the lines drawn in their face by the bus motor noise everyday hurting their ears made to listen birds singing...

a pen to expose my emotions when everybody tells me to hide them...

I would like to downgrade my pen sometimes for a pen-cil to have the option to rub the paper vigorously after write a mistake in my life, erase the missed opportunity and rewrite it into an orgasm of happiness

I would like to have a pen-is not to cum for porn dreaming about girls I will never have, but a pen-is to write in my girlfriend's skin how much my heart pulses for her... hoping the ink cum would last forever... just like a tattoo...

I would like to have the courage to exchange my beloved DSLR for a hacked pen in which the ink would be automatic multicolored changing taking into account the the meaning hidden between the text lines...

I would like to have a pen which could draw a movie in an electronic paper to avoid me the hard work to turn my ideas into a feature film and this way I could celebrate my sinful sloth

I would like my pen to be a sharp knife to hurt the film emulsion just as the film emulsion sometimes hurt us and make us cry inside the movie theater... and this way my sharp knife pen would write the story direct into movie images just like Norman McLaren did.

I would like to have a pen and some pieces of paper to make this writing task my lonely work to avoid the need to beg people to help me mainly when my sweaty money is not enough to pay for their willing

I would like to have a pen to tell how much Mary waits for John everyday in the bus station twisting her hopes for he to stop just looking and take the action

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And my pen would find the words to make people imagine that mid age woman with her shining eyes in a hopping face when she sees the young lawyer inside his black suit up the bus stairs and stand by an old washed out advertising of the Nothing Hill movie.

My pen would have the power to describe the angels taking care of us hidden against the sunlight in the sky where the DSLR poor dynamic range could never see them... and they just laugh about the joke God always do not giving each one of us our operating instructions when we was born

So my pen could write the second life many people would like to have forgiven the beloved partner instead of breaking up...

I hope my dreamy pen do not stop taking the virginity of paper and makes me more happy than my never perfect DSLR

and I also hope I do not upgrade my pen into other tools to avoid turning myself into a forum member to discuss voice recorders, computer keyboards, writing softwares and printers.

Adriano Apefos

"Eu amava como amava um pescador, que se encanta mais com a rede que com o mar." (Oswaldo Montenegro)

PS.: a pen-is is a pen with image stabilization. (it moves, but it is always stabilized)

RevinFilms

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Re: diy anamorphic adapter which works on canon aps-c
« Reply #7 on: March 19, 2013, 04:59:01 PM »
but this makes some colors to bleed
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