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    Hasselblad XPan
    Otherwise if you want an inexpensive version, try a $5 'panorama' camera that cuts off the top and bottom of a standard 35mm frame like the Minolta Explorer Panoramic.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Minolta-Expl...-/141190678407

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    Hello Mustafa,
    I use the Russian Horizon 202 camera with the 28mm lens and a 24x58mm negative size (2.42:1 aspect ratio). The final aspect ratio of 2.35:1 Techniscope you desire would mean you crop .8mm (eight tenths) of a millimeter off the edges in the printing. Meaning you will be using 56.4mm rather than the full 58mm width. I have used the older Gorizont /Horizont and the Horizon 202 and been very happy with the images.

    All the best,
    Sam H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pen s View Post
    Wasen't there a special lens for 35mm movie cameras that was shot with the compressed and enlongated image vertical and then un-comprerssed for projection with the lens axis horizontal.
    Funny you should mention that. The OP, who seems to be very forgetful, recently posted links to discussions of anamorphic lenses. They're around.

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