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#1 Jeremy Rumas

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Posted 03 November 2007 - 11:23 PM

I recently found out about the 128 fps version of the Bell and Howell Filmo. It was a modified version of the Filmo. Does anyone have any experience shooting with one of these? How does the footage look?

It does not have pin registration I know, or reflex viewfinder. I am considering this as an inexpensive way to acquire slow motion footage. And I love the idea of a 128fps camera that has a hand wound motor. Would be great for traveling with.

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#2 Zachary Vex

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Posted 04 November 2007 - 02:25 AM

I have a Kodak K100 which has an exceedingly long wind (40 or more seconds at 24 fps), but typical windup cameras run for much less time. At 128fps, a camera that runs for 30 seconds at 24fps would last a mere 5.6 seconds.
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#3 Jeremy Rumas

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Posted 04 November 2007 - 07:12 PM

I have a Kodak K100 which has an exceedingly long wind (40 or more seconds at 24 fps), but typical windup cameras run for much less time. At 128fps, a camera that runs for 30 seconds at 24fps would last a mere 5.6 seconds.


True, but when played back it will stretch that 5.6 seconds into 30 seconds. And not many shots needs to last more than 30 seconds on screen for my project. Thanks for the input though.
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