Interesting. There is a big difference, though, between the DOF of F2.8 and with the lenses wide open, which is probably F1.6 on these cams. Would like to see a shot at F2.8, and a shot at F1.7 with 1.5 stops worth of ND on there. Of course, the relative DOF remains the same: twice as much DOF for the 1/3" cam.
I chose to shoot both the regular lenses at F2.8 because the DVX 100A has an F2.4 max. F-stop, and while
the Fujinon 15X8 has a F1.7 max F-stop, I don't normally shoot wide open due to portholing, softening, fringing, and light level fall off, plus the DVX-100A can't open beyond F2.4, so F2.8 seemed like a good compromise.
The Zeiss Super Speeds are optimized to shoot at T1.3, so it made sense to shoot at that exposure, especially since the Pro 35 has approx. one and a half stops of light loss.
I wish I could post the Pro 35 thumbnail. You can see it at www.dvxuser.com, under "Other Cameras", but
you'll have to register.
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