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Fuji and Kodak intercutable?


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#1 Ole Dost

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Posted 16 March 2007 - 02:32 AM

I did some footage with Vision 2 100 T 16mm from Kodak. Now my 100T is run out but thee are still some shots to do. But I have some Eterna 250T left, enough for the shots that have to be done to complete my projekt. Do you think there´s a big, really visible difference between Kodak´s Vision 2 100T and Fuji´s Eterna 250 T concerning grain and colour -are these different fimtypes "intercutable"?
THank you for any advice!
Best regards,
Ole
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#2 Stephen Williams

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Posted 16 March 2007 - 02:38 AM

I did some footage with Vision 2 100 T 16mm from Kodak. Now my 100T is run out but thee are still some shots to do. But I have some Eterna 250T left, enough for the shots that have to be done to complete my projekt. Do you think there´s a big, really visible difference between Kodak´s Vision 2 100T and Fuji´s Eterna 250 T concerning grain and colour -are these different fimtypes "intercutable"?
THank you for any advice!
Best regards,
Ole


Hi Ole,

If you are grading in telecine then it's no issue at all. For a photochemical finish if the cut is a new scene that's fine, I would try to avoid mixing stocks in the same scene.

Stephen
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