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#1 Ryan McMackin

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Posted 12 March 2007 - 07:00 PM

Anyone have experience or advice for shooting a 24fps 8mm projection!? I'll be shooting 16mm @ 24fps and concerned that I'll have sync issues with the projector. Any thoughts or guidance would be much appreciated!

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#2 marc barbé

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Posted 13 March 2007 - 07:26 AM

Anyone have experience or advice for shooting a 24fps 8mm projection!? I'll be shooting 16mm @ 24fps and concerned that I'll have sync issues with the projector. Any thoughts or guidance would be much appreciated!

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Hi Ryan,
Best way I have experienced if you want to shoot in film (video is more complicated) is borrowing or renting a camera that is equipped to run sync with the projector. i would also advise projecting on a 45° angled mirror wich reflects the image on a small screen. There's a lot of info about such set-ups on the internet.
Good luck,
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#3 Dennis Kisilyov

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Posted 13 March 2007 - 11:04 AM

Hi Ryan,
Best way I have experienced if you want to shoot in film (video is more complicated) is borrowing or renting a camera that is equipped to run sync with the projector. i would also advise projecting on a 45° angled mirror wich reflects the image on a small screen. There's a lot of info about such set-ups on the internet.
Good luck,
Marc.


Why the mirror?
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