A leading manufacturer of home theater video projectors, SIM2 Mutimedia has recently expanded its 2.35:1 theater widescreen projection lens systems with the new Home Cinema “Flex” system which is a far more affordable substitute to the company’s recently introduced flagship Home Cinema “Scope” system. The “Flex” system comprises of a good quality anamorphic lens attachment that would allow the company’s projection systems to exhibit movies filmed in a 2.35:1 aspect ratio at their full width without the black bars typical of “letterboxed” systems. This system comes with and without a motorized sled to allow remote and mechanical activation of the lens. The systems wide screen aspect ratio is notably narrower than the 2.35:1 aspect ratio preferential for the premium cinematic releases. SIM2’s theater-wide “Scope” and “Flex” systems correct all problems through an amalgamation of internal image processing and external optical adjustment. The Home Cinema “Flex” system is very much compatible with the D80, Grand Cinema HT3000, and C3X projectors. The Flex system is currently accessible at a pricing of $3,195 for a static system and a $5,995 for motorized system.