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#1 Matthew Novak

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Posted 06 June 2007 - 10:46 AM

Okay so I?m shooting a short student film this summer and am now thinking about using a verity of fuji stocks. The film will be shot on super 16 and has many different locations both indoors and out. I was thinking about using F-64D, Eterna 250D, and maybe Eterna 250T through out the film. The 64D would be used for all exterior shots and the 250D for the interiors with large windows. The 250T I might use in one location where I can gel the windows which aren't bringing in a lot of light. The film is around 20 - 25 minutes long. Is this film too short to be mixing so many stocks? Thanks

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#2 ryan_bennett

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Posted 06 June 2007 - 10:52 AM

Nope, it'll be fine and in my opinion Fuji cuts pretty well with Kodak too which is another myth people have.
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