[Konvas] Cooke Anamorphic/i Prime Lenses

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Mon Mar 13 20:12:05 EDT 2017

 The video is good, but the still images on the Nokia 1020 amaze me. 

I am wondering just where the art and business are heading--  no one seems to want to learn the art, and the business seems to be nonsense in spades.



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From: Adam Frey via Cinema <cinema at konvas.org>

On Feb 12, 2017, at 1:15 PM, colcam--- via Cinema wrote:
> I miss the days when I still owned lenses.  I had a pile of them, and that triggered a question:  Is Steven Morton still around and part of the group?  Last time I talked to him he was still at Monash, but I don't seem to have an email for him any longer. 
> <snip> And thinking of it triggers the question as to if Anders Banke is still around, too.
> <snip> Names I have not seen on the board in ages. 

Anders still receives email from the group. Not sure if he reads it or not though. I know he has been pretty busy otherwise, as we are friends on Facebook.

Steve also still receives email, but I don't know if he reads it or not. You can go into the list and find his email address and send him a message.

And since the thread mentioned lenses "as we think of them may cease to exist in the near future", let's talk about the iPhone 7 Plus. I have one and the portraits are pretty sweet. It's due to the phone having a dual camera system. Sine there's technology already out using multiple cameras, like the camera from https://light.co/ - I'd say it's not too far off. It will likely get to a point where the director can hit the button "on" and record everything, then have the editor choose what's in focus while looking at the footage in post...

BTW, if anyone is on FaceBook, feel free to friend me:


Adam Frey

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