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dvx100b with andromeda and 35mm camera


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#1 arin

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Posted 21 October 2007 - 02:23 PM

Hello
I am new to film making. I have some questions please help.
If i shoot a film with dvx 100b with andromeda on hard drive and transfer it onto 35mm film, will i get the image close to the image originaly shot by 35mm camera. If so how much difference would it be.

If i make a movie with dvx100b with andromeda and transfer to 35mm, will it be acceptable for theatrical release.

Are their any movies shot on dvx100b for theatrical release?

Please help

Thanks,
Arun
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#2 Dory Breaux DP

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Posted 25 October 2007 - 03:56 PM

Hello
I am new to film making. I have some questions please help.
If i shoot a film with dvx 100b with andromeda on hard drive and transfer it onto 35mm film, will i get the image close to the image originaly shot by 35mm camera. If so how much difference would it be.

If i make a movie with dvx100b with andromeda and transfer to 35mm, will it be acceptable for theatrical release.

Are their any movies shot on dvx100b for theatrical release?

Please help

Thanks,
Arun


It will be acceptible for theatrical release in my opinion. Also look into a 35mm lens adapter.
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