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R16 Anamorphic vs. S16 vs. Ultra16


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#1 Charlot Vega

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Posted 23 September 2007 - 03:19 PM

I'm planning on shooting a feature in 16, and I've heard great things about these three ways to shoot. I know what S16 could look like (Hustle & Flow, Squid/Whale, etc.), but I don't know any films which used either R16 Anamorphic or Ultra16 (though I'm certain none have used Ultra16).

I'm wondering which of the three will provide the very best wide screen quality (for 35mm and for DVD - both via DI).


Thx - Charlot
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#2 Tim Carroll

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Posted 23 September 2007 - 03:56 PM

Super 16.
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#3 Andy_Alderslade

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Posted 23 September 2007 - 03:58 PM

I'm planning on shooting a feature in 16, and I've heard great things about these three ways to shoot. I know what S16 could look like (Hustle & Flow, Squid/Whale, etc.), but I don't know any films which used either R16 Anamorphic or Ultra16 (though I'm certain none have used Ultra16).

I'm wondering which of the three will provide the very best wide screen quality (for 35mm and for DVD - both via DI).
Thx - Charlot


Super 16 is the only universal and widely supported option, that you've listed. With the other two, "You're on your own!"
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