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#1 Natalie Saito

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Posted 13 December 2006 - 12:42 AM

Is there a good site where I can find more information on the Arri35-3. I'm going to work on a short film as AC, possibly loader, and I never used this camera. I want to be prepared. They are shooting with anamorphic lens, which I also never worked with before. thanks for reading!
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#2 Jon Kukla

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Posted 13 December 2006 - 10:28 AM

If you're in LA, probably the best and easiest thing you can do is call up a camera rental house and see if they have one that you can come in and have a play with first.

As far as actual loading goes, it's very easy - just the standard Arri sprocketed magazine - take the film through the first sprocket out of the mag, line the edge of the film up to the guide mark on the outside of the mag, and then bring it back in through the other sprocket without damaging the perfs. The same as an Arri II or a 435.

Anamorphics-wise, depends on what set of lenses you're using. Generally speaking, make certain to stick as close to your 1st AC as possible, because anamorphic pulling needs all the help that a focus puller can get.
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