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The novel Cinefade VariND has been available for over a year now and there are some great examples of how cinematographers have used the variable depth of field effect in narrative storytelling and commercials (Examples). It's still a new effect though and I'm wondering how else you would use the Cinefade in your post-covid projects? Reveal a bad guy lurking in the background by extending depth of field? Combine with a Dolly Zoom effect? Let's get creative...
What is the largest size of a variable ND filter available and can they be fitted on cine lenses? Thinking quick and simple for on the fly shooting where time matters (and staying clean). In my experience I have not heard of it, but opening up the question to an entire community may be successful! Examples of cine lenses would be Cooke S4s or super speeds.