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#1 Thomas Buelens

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Posted 27 November 2006 - 04:24 PM

Hi,

I'm a Belgium based cinematographer and I'm shooting a music video this weekend with the brand new Sony HDC-3300 super slow motion camera. I'm going to shoot at 150fps progressive (is 180p possible too?)

Does anybody have any experience with this camera?

This is the workflow:

-HDC-3300 to the HDCU3300 CCU via SMPTE standard optical fiber cable then to the XT HD6 LSM from EVS to a HD recording deck.

I've never worked with a setup like this. The camera will be on the Super Technocrane 30. Will the crane operators have a delay effect or can the camera give an SD output also? Or via the LSM.

I will we shooting with the pro35 with Zeiss Standard lenses. And the 16mm and 40mm Arri macro lenses.

Any information or experience is always welcome!!!

Thanx,

Thomas Buelens
Director Of Photography
www.thomasbuelens.be
info@thomasbuelens.be
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