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#1 Matthew Buick

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Posted 11 January 2007 - 06:23 PM

Ok, disregard the Topic Description, I felt very eccentric just then. :lol:

I have a Sankyo CME 1100 Hi-Focus, which is good, but it's absolutely poop in low light (it has a 1:1:8 lens).

I was reading that the Canon AF 310 XLS has a 1:1:0 lens, do you think it would be possible to do a Eumig Nautica and convert this camera to run at 24 or even 25 fps?

I would use this camera as an ''extermely low light super backup Sankyo death'' camera.

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#2 Alessandro Machi

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Posted 12 January 2007 - 03:07 PM

Ok, disregard the Topic Description, I felt very eccentric just then. :lol:

I have a Sankyo CME 1100 Hi-Focus, which is good, but it's absolutely poop in low light (it has a 1:1:8 lens).

I was reading that the Canon AF 310 XLS has a 1:1:0 lens, do you think it would be possible to do a Eumig Nautica and convert this camera to run at 24 or even 25 fps?

I would use this camera as an ''extermely low light super backup Sankyo death'' camera.

Best regards,
-ME.


I've grown fond of 18 FPS. I'd even consider shooting at 9FPS and transferring at 9FPS.
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Posted 12 January 2007 - 04:48 PM

Err...wouldn't 9fps be just a little...err...jerky. If you want you films to look like film and nbot slideshows, but you really want to save on film there's a line where films actually start to look in motion at about 12fps, if you really must choose an exotic framerate I'd suggect 13fps, but I wouldn't, though, you'd have to modify your camera, just use 18fps.
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