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480p Clip - Draft Trailer w/DVX+Andromeda


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#1 Matthew Bennett

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 09:20 PM

A draft trailer for a film I shot (part of) using the andromeda modification for the DVX100a. Its a great system for color correction. The only drawback is the DVX lens which is nice, but you sort of run out of options pretty quickly during a feature shoot.
The website is reel-stream.com



http://www.stickypod...4_2000_fast.mov
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#2 adam berk

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 04:16 AM

A draft trailer for a film I shot (part of) using the andromeda modification for the DVX100a. Its a great system for color correction. The only drawback is the DVX lens which is nice, but you sort of run out of options pretty quickly during a feature shoot.
The website is reel-stream.com
http://www.stickypod...4_2000_fast.mov


It really seems that the andromeda does provide a higher "definition" image than the dvx on its own. Can't say, from just this web clip, that the highlight handling is any better though.

thanks for posting it!
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Posted 20 May 2007 - 10:49 AM

Can't saythat the highlight handling is any better though.


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The Andromeda system highlight handling is a lot more mellow and feathered than what the DV NTSC compression does from a DVX tape output. Compare for instance the two screenshots above.
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#4 adam berk

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Posted 21 May 2007 - 02:05 AM


When side by side like that...wow. There is DEFINITELY detail in the upper image's highlights that's just not there in the other.
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