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The superior imaging capabilities of wide azimuth (WAZ) are now well established. Processing such acquisitions requires adaptation of the processing workflows and tools. For example the recorded azimuthal information must be kept and the tools should be able to deal with the increased amount of data. Concerning the velocity model building, a question remains on the need of introducing azimuthal anisotropy. In this paper we address this point with a time and depth imaging case study for a highdoi:10.3997/2214-4609.20149907 fatcat:3x6xc7s4wnhh5jhsfaidz6wic4