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#1 Arun Singaraju

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Posted 10 July 2007 - 12:47 PM

Hello,

How does it look on screen when a film is shot with an HDX 200 suing 35mm adpater and projected in a theatre. Does it look like a camcorder video or does it gives the film look. Since theatre screens have a higher resolution (2K) as compared to this camera.

Any pointers?

TIA.
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#2 Tim O'Connor

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Posted 02 August 2007 - 08:51 AM

Hello,

How does it look on screen when a film is shot with an HDX 200 suing 35mm adpater and projected in a theatre. Does it look like a camcorder video or does it gives the film look. Since theatre screens have a higher resolution (2K) as compared to this camera.

Any pointers?

TIA.



Here is a list (from IMDB)of features shot with the HVX-200. Maybe you could rent some to give you
some idea and maybe a local film festival person might have knowledge of a print somewhere of
one of them or maybe you could contact one of the filmmakers.


Also, maybe you could swing doing a small test. $ but worth it if possible. One thing on which
there seem to be a consensus is avoid diffusion on the lens as you want to stay as sharp as
possible for your film print.



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Here are the entries containing HVX-200

"Satacracy 88" (2006)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
"Sunshine Days" (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Art Officially Favored (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Butterflies (2006) (V)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Confession (2006)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Counting Backwards (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Courage Doesn't Ask (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Crooked Eye, The (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Cyn (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Dealership (2006)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Deus Não Quis (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Fighter (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Fool's Gold (2006)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
He Lives (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Hole, The (2008)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Jackson Arms (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Junction (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200, Zeiss Prime Lenses (P+S Technik Pro35 Image Converter)
Kill Buljo: The Movie (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Lake Mungo (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Lonely in Los Angeles (2006)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200, Zeiss Prime Lenses
Manje' (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Nine (2008)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
No se retire (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200, Zeiss Prime Lenses (with Mini35 Adapter)
No se vaya (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200, Zeiss Prime Lenses (with Mini35 Adapter)
Partyline (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Rainy Day Miracle (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200 (with Redrock Microsystems M2 Cinema Lens Adapter)
Reunion (2006) (V)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Smile of April (2008)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
That One Night (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
Too Saved (2007)
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
"Bad Girls Club, The" (2006) {Holy Ghost! (#1.13)}
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
"Tenchi Muyô! GXP" (2002) {Fog After Rain Is Sometimes Unlucky (#1.1)}
Camera: Panasonic HVX-200
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