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 Post subject: Side-by-side 3D presentation
PostPosted: Fri Feb 07, 2014 7:21 am 
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Has anyone any information on the lenses used for projection of 3D films printed in the 35mm “Side by side” anamorphic format which replaced the “two strip” original method.
Many two-strip films were later printed in this format so only one projector was needed, and some new productions were filmed using this format and a single camera.
Any information…. pictures, diagrams, textual, patents etc would be welcome. Use my PM or email addresses.
Thank you in advance.
Martin


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