This is a short film test with Vantage Film's Hawk anamorphics that I shot before shooting the short film "Poste Rest" (vimeo.com/32372038).
First I had an idea to shoot with Aaton LTR S16 without anamorphic viewfinder but as one can see, the image is distorted because of the alignment of lens mount. Then I swapped to Arri 416 with Vantage's anamorphic viewfinder and everything worked as it should.
In the end of the test video there is some raw material from the short film. I have also a clip here in Vimeo from the color graded Poste Rest that might make a good comparision to the raw material.
Arri Alexa Mini 2.39:1 2k Arri RAW ISO 800 sutter 180
Optica Elite anamorphic s7
40mm T2.2 / 50mm T1.9 / 75mm T1.9 / 100mm 2.3
Elite anamorphic S7 имеет яркий характер. Эта оптика в стиле старых Lomo anamorphic, Kowa anamorphic или Cineovision, но имеющая свой уникальный характер. При этом это современная оптика с отличной механикой и хорошим контрастом. Она сохраняет насыщенность цвета даже при сильном контровом свете. Флю проявляются больше, чем на Cooke anamorphic или Master anamorphic (с flare sets), но они не такие яркие, как на Cineovision и Lomo. Линзы маленькие и легкие, оптика отлично подходит для съемки с Movi или с рук.
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PS: На некоторых кадрах снятых на долли мы не попали в резкость, обратите внимание на резкость в других кадрах и вы увидите, что она на хорошем уровне.
Elite anamorphic S7 have brightly expressed character. They have a vintage look similarly to Lomo anamorphic, Kowa anamorphic or Cineovision, but they have their own character. Also they are modern lenses with smooth mechanics and high contrast. They keep good color saturation even with strong backlight. Flares are more strong comparing to Cooke anamorphic and Master anamorphic (with flare sets), but not so bright as at Lomo and Cineovision. Along with this they are small and light, very suitable for Move and handheld shooting.
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PS: Some shots which were taken from dolly are out of focus, note that other shots are in focus and they are sharp.
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This is a lens test of our vintage Cooke Varotal 18-100mm T3 zoom. The purpose was to demonstrate the lens' performance and illustrate its characteristics including: color palette, contrast, sharpness, vignetting, distortion, breathing, close-focus, lens flares and bokeh. The test was shot on a RED Epic Dragon and recorded at 6K HD. Since the lens was designed to cover Super 35mm film, this test illustrates how the lens performs beyond what it was intended to handle.
The test was conducted in a controlled environment. Only incandescent lighting was used, and the lights were not dimmed. The purpose was to produce the most accurate colors possible. Images were recorded and exported in DRAGONcolor2 and REDgamma4 with no corrections made, including no color grading and no sharpening. Images were captured at ISO 500 (to get cleaner shadow detail), and at the lowest compression possible with the camera balanced to 3200K.
NOTES: The water bottle was placed at minimum focus distance. We apologize for not having the color chart and focus chart in the tests for any of our zoom lenses and we only shot them wide-open. We had a lot of glass to test and we simply ran out of time.