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#1 Tony Yates

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Posted 16 April 2007 - 02:19 PM

I have been asked if I can shoot some pick-ups for a low budjet feature on which the original footage was recorded HDSR onto an SRW-1 deck (14 bits 4:4:4).
The production company want to shoot the pick-ups with a F900R recording HDCAM on-board for money reasons.
I have shot on both these formats and am well aware of the reduction from 14 to 10 bits and the reduction in color space too but I have no experience in wether this reduction will be massively noticable on screen when the two are intercut.
Has anyone seen this done ?
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