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#1 Ken Cangi

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Posted 23 October 2006 - 04:14 AM

Does anyone have an idea what caused the severe grain (noise) and crushed shadows in that film? It was apparently shot on two DVX's, and I was wondering it the poor resolution had something to do with the film-out process, or if it was just a result of poor settings. The effect was similar to what one would get when shooting in very dim lighting conditions.

Here is an article with the DP talking tech about how he used the DVX: http://www.screenmag...ed.aspx?eid=404. I'm wondering if I might have gotten a poor DVD copy of the fim.
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