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Focal lengths used by Akira Kurosawa

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Published on Jan 18, 2016

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This is a study of the focal lengths used by Akira Kurosawa. It's not meant to be definitive, accurate, historical, academic or scientific. It is presented for informational purposes and entertainment only. Feel free to learn from it, but don't quote it as an authoritarian source. Please!

Focal lengths are based on a vertical crop factor of a sensor the height of which is 18mm. For complete information on how to convert the focal lengths to numbers relevant to you, please read the following article, which also contains other images and other relevant information: http://wolfcrow.com/blog/did-he-reall...

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