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#1 Aaron Hultin

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Posted 19 July 2007 - 11:40 AM

I was hoping to try out Spectra Film & Video for an upcoming 16mm shoot. The short shoot is quite basic, a handful of daylight dialogue scenes, a scene with 4 people playing street hockey in bright red/black jerseys (outdoors around noon in bright daylight), and a few brightly lit indoor scenes. I was hoping to use the same film stock for all shots, but am having trouble selecting a stock.

They offer:
7201 VISION2 50D
7205 VISION2 250D
7212 VISION2 100T
7217 VISION2 200T
7218 VISION2 500T

I hope to have rich, saturated colors. Grain or no grain, not a problem. Also, I am trying Spectra Film & Video for the first time, how have your experiences in the past gone with them?

Thanks for the direction.
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