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#1 Demian Barba

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Posted 04 August 2006 - 05:38 PM

Hi,

i noticed that the moving ground glass f the Mini 35, even at the highest speed setting, is visible when shooting slow motion. I did not try shooting at a 90 degree shutter speed (1/24), which might help but give a blurry slow-mo.

Is it just not possible to shoot slow-mo with the adapter?
Any thoughts?

Thanks,

demian
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#2 Phil Aupperle

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Posted 14 August 2006 - 12:23 AM

Hi,

i noticed that the moving ground glass f the Mini 35, even at the highest speed setting, is visible when shooting slow motion. I did not try shooting at a 90 degree shutter speed (1/24), which might help but give a blurry slow-mo.

Is it just not possible to shoot slow-mo with the adapter?
Any thoughts?

Thanks,

demian


This is a PS Technik? What did it look like? Did you try shooting with the motor turned off?
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#3 Hal Long

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Posted 14 August 2006 - 02:18 PM

This is a PS Technik? What did it look like? Did you try shooting with the motor turned off?


This appears to be the drawback to all of the rotating ground glass adapters. The movietube doesn't have this issue because it's a static, sharper glass but if your stop (capturing) is closed very much then you run the risk of reading the static grain.
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