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#1 Miguel Bunster

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Posted 28 May 2006 - 03:50 AM

Hi I am looking in to HD lenses fopr a movie. Only have used DIgiprimes before. I wanted to use some digiprimes and a couple zooms. I was looking at the HD primos at Panavision. Never compared them before for matching..has any1 used both? do they match close enough?

As well if I go with another rental house I was thinking of using Digiprimes, Or Fuji HD lenses with some zoom like canon. ANy recommendations?

One more thing..this movie is most probably going direct to video and I am planing to do a lot in camera but in case it goes to film I though of shooting clean and doing in timing after all the color grading. I rather do the basic in camera but wanted peoples opinion and experience on this. Thanks a lot!
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#2 Tom D'Angelo

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Posted 03 June 2006 - 06:51 PM

I am looking in to HD lenses fopr a movie. Only have used DIgiprimes before. I wanted to use some digiprimes and a couple zooms.


Sounds like a combination of Zeiss Digi-Primes and Digi-Zoom should be considered. They intercut very well. All are compact and fast. Same Digi-Prime look.

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