Shoot Anamorphic Without Breaking the Bank with the New Atlas Anamorphic Lens

Atlas Lens Co. releases the Orion Lens set, anamorphic that isn't the price of a new car. 

You might remember Atlas Lens Co. last year with their 65mm prototype anamorphic lens. Well, this year they came back with a huge upgrade to the Orion Series Anamorphic Lens set with a 40mm, 65mm, and 100mm lens. The three lenses are T2 throughout the set. If that's not enough to get you excited, Atlas will also be shipping a 32mm, 50mm, and 80mm T2 anamorphic lens set early next year.

A 32mm T2 anamorphic is an extremely wide and impressive lens. The big selling point of these lenses though is the price point, each lens is about $8,000, except the 32mm which will be about $9,000.

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I know these are cheap by Anamorphic standards, but $8000 per lens and 'Not breaking the bank' is still funny to me.

April 10, 2018 at 11:34AM

Alex Everingham
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April 10, 2018 at 1:04PM, Edited April 10, 1:04PM

Kaster Troy
Director, DP, Editor

Yeah, which bank account are we talking about here? Not mine, that's for sure. It would be beyond repair.

April 11, 2018 at 1:00AM


My (second hand car) car costed me $4000, less than those 8000.

April 10, 2018 at 2:11PM, Edited April 10, 2:11PM


"Atlas Lens Co. releases the Orion Lens set, anamorphic that isn't the price of a new car."
At $25,800 including tax for the set, it is exactly the price of a new car. To be specific, the price of a 2018 Honda Accord. Please consider your article headlines a little more carefully.

May 6, 2018 at 10:10AM