Laowa Nanomorph 27mm & 50mm Hands-on – Small Size, Big on Flaring

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  1. First !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1. Craig is right, it’s designed for Super35 camera sensors, which is roughly as big as APS-C.

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  3. So for the low price of 1000 bucks I can get an “artistic” imperfections lens for what I could have just as easily done in post. No, thanks!

    1. You’re throwing away resolution by cropping though. It’s a waste. And you can’t make the bokeh balls oval either, at least not easily.

    2. @Professional Potato You can insert oval apertures though to get oval bokeh.

    3. Sure, you could do all of it in post, but some people just like doing the real thing. There’s a reason that the latest Batman spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to get Arri to reduce the resolution of their anamorphic lenses.

  4. Well Kai, OK not completely, butt Thorium is metal so at least part metal lens.
    At least in some vintage sometimes yellowish nice glass, sorry metal.
    Do I usually spell Butt, Butt well it depends what butt.

  5. Oh man. I’d love to see what these babies look like on a GH6 in EF mount with a speedbooster. Shooting in 4:3 anamorphic mode you should get something similar to 16:9!

    1. These are designed for mirrorless mounts, the EF/PL mount versions have a protruding rear element that makes them physically incompatible with speedboosters and SLR-cameras :/
      Could be a nice combo with e.g. the X-H2S in 3:2 open-gate mode, destretched you’ll get a 2.4:1 cinemascope aspect ratio.

    2. @LeonidasGFX aaaaah right. Forgot about that. That’s too bad! Thanks for the info 🙂

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