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#1 Matty Wakai

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Posted 15 February 2007 - 07:48 AM

hi all,
planning for a short film involving alot of motion control with different frame rates composited into the same shot.
because of budget, i'm thinking of going S16mm for savings in filmstock, but i'm wondering if there would be any drawbacks to shooting 16 over 35? mostly in regards to the frame rates composited into the same shot, i'm thinking arri srIII, would there be any image stability issues at high speed that may be noticible after being composited into a shot with another speed? plus, is there any issues using the srIII with motion control systems? this is will be my first motion control shoot, so ANY advice on working with motion control in general would be great...
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