Anamorphic Home Theater Projector Lenses

Delivering 30% higher brightness and resolution to UltraWide 2.4:1 home theaters throughout the world for more than a decade.

Endorsed by every leading projector brand.

Supported by Panamorph display modes directly integrated into every leading projector model.

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IF YOU LOVE MOVIES, then realize that 70% of the most popular movies are actually made in the UltraWide commercial cinema format of 2.4:1 – much wider than the 16:9 (1.78:1) aspect ratio of 4K/UHDTV and HDTV displays. So to make these movies fit they need to be squeezed down between two black letterbox bars created by turning off 25% of your display’s resolution while trapping 25% of the light and converting it to heat. That means you’re only getting 3K performance from a 4K display and only 810 lines of resolution from a 1080p/HD display

For over ten years Panamorph has worked directly with home theater projector manufacturers so that now every one of today’s leading models can be converted with our anamorphic lenses to the full cinema UltraWide aspect ratio of all these movies. That means over two million more pixels (over half a million more for HD projectors) are now being used in your theater for higher brightness, higher definition, no unnecessary light loss, no more black bars and ultimately increasing the overall visual performance of your entire home theater investment by over 30%.


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Test drive Panamorph lenses in our demo theater to see how they work. Watch a five minute video introduction to UltraWide home theater. Browse through our Facebook page of hundreds of UltraWide home theaters. Visit our blog for general information to get you started.


Dear Panamorph, I want to send my thanks to you for installing the Panamorph lens system in my Los Angeles home screening room. It really fits my needs as a director, especially when screening my own footage and movies. It’s a great system, and I recommend it for anyone’s home theater. Thanks again,
Michael Bay