Ansco Pix Panorama
1990 or so. 35mm film.
Panorama plastic lens.
Here are images from a conventional 35mm and the panorama camera adjacent to each other. The "blown" image is so you can see the sprocket holes, but they are the same pair of images. Same width of image on film, just the pano exposes half the height, so you get the same number of frames as the film states (24 or 36 typically)
The negative pairs are scanned together - there is a slight optical illusion making the sprockets (or film) appear wider on the "blown" panorama negative but it is a single scan of two 35mm negatives next to each other.