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"American Standard" feature with HVX


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#1 Seth Melnick

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Posted 25 July 2006 - 01:03 PM

I saw some talk here about shooting a feature with the HVX. We recently wrapped on principal photography on "American Standard" with the HVX - it was shot in 720 24P. You can see the trailers and info about the project here http://www.americans....com/media.html

Camera performed beautifully.
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#2 Alexandre Lucena

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Posted 26 July 2006 - 06:35 AM

Seth,

What follow focus did you use on the HVX? And how did you manage the P2 cards on the set?
Fire store or laptop? Which NLE system was used?

Alexandre
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#3 Seth Melnick

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Posted 26 July 2006 - 09:35 AM

Seth,

What follow focus did you use on the HVX? And how did you manage the P2 cards on the set?
Fire store or laptop? Which NLE system was used?

Alexandre



I used the indie focus which works with a friction non geared wheel - THere wasnt a good geared solution for under 2000 at the time we were equipping - this worked well enough

we used 2 4 gig cards and had a part time loader he would take a card load it off to 2 hard drives and then burn to 2 dvds - we never had to wait since we had 10 minutes of record time (which usually took about an hour to fill)

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