Lens adapter designed to produce a wide screen image.
A lens with multiple optical magnifications, so an image of one aspect ratio can be projected into a different aspect ratio.
A lens for making widescreen films using regular Academy ratio frame size. The camera lens takes in a wide field of view and squeezes it onto the frame, and a similar projector lens unsqueezes the image onto a wide theater screen.
A special type of wide-angle lens which stretches the width of the image but not the height, creating a widescreen aspect ratio.
A lens that produces a "squeezed" image on film in the camera. When the film is projected on a screen, an appropriate lens reverses the effect, and the image spreads out to lifelike proportions. Designed for wide-screen movie photography and projection.
Anamorphic Lens: An anamorphic lens is a lens that has different optical magnification along mutually perpendicular radii. This provides the ability to project a source image of one aspect ratio, such as 4:3, into a different aspect ratio, such as 16:9, by using different magnifications for the horizontal and the vertical dimensions of the projected image.
lens capable of compressing a wide angle of view into a standard frame.
a lens that compresses a wide-angle of view into a standard frame.