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#1 grantsmith

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Posted 08 November 2006 - 05:45 AM

Hello,

I'm filming a music video on some short ends I have (16mm).

I have a little bit of vision2 which I was going to use for interiors. I've got two R/C of 7217 and 200' of 12 and 18, so would rather use the 17 as I have more of it.

For exteriors I could use an 85 but would really like to use some kodachrome (onlyas I have a few rolls and like it).

How well would this cut (keeping in mind it will be exterior to interior not shot within setup)?

Or should I just use the Vision2 for everything?

Thanks
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Posted 08 November 2006 - 02:23 PM

Hello,

I'm filming a music video on some short ends I have (16mm).

I have a little bit of vision2 which I was going to use for interiors. I've got two R/C of 7217 and 200' of 12 and 18, so would rather use the 17 as I have more of it.

For exteriors I could use an 85 but would really like to use some kodachrome (onlyas I have a few rolls and like it).

How well would this cut (keeping in mind it will be exterior to interior not shot within setup)?

Or should I just use the Vision2 for everything?

Thanks


For telecine transfer, the KODACHROME film will have a very different "look", with less latitude and harsher color reproduction. This is sometimes desired to set those scene apart from the ones shot on a modern color negative film. Be careful to control the contrast outdoors, or the KODACHROME film will not hold the shadows well in the transfer.
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