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Ultra Panavision 70 dan MGM Camera 65, dari 1957 sampai 1966, adalah merek pemasaran yang mengidentifikasikan film-film yang difoto dengan lensa-lensa kamera film anamorfik Panavision. Alat film 70 mm biasanya memakai layar film 65 mm dalam kamera untuk menangkap gambar-gambar dalam pemprosesan mereka.

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