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matching 200T @ 24fps to 50D w/ 80a @ 6fps


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#1 stephen defilippi

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Posted 19 December 2007 - 08:50 PM

Hi

can anyone share their experience shooting 6fps (and printing down) and matching it with the film shot at 24fps.

Im filming a dance number in January on 7217 (200T) @ 24fps. I need to match it with film shot @ 6fps though. Ive never done this and I am debating using 50D with a 80a so i can shoot the same lense opening

or

using the 7217 and ND 1.2 which is dark, and thats a problem because the 6fps is handheld following the dancer closely.

any ideas to get the same look - easily.

cheers
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#2 Hal Smith

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Posted 19 December 2007 - 11:42 PM

At 6fps your exposure time is 4X (= to 2 stops) that at 24fps. If you want to shoot at the same aperture (and film) the simplest approach would be to use a ND6 filter on the 6fps footage.
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#3 stephen defilippi

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Posted 23 December 2007 - 07:44 PM

At 6fps your exposure time is 4X (= to 2 stops) that at 24fps. If you want to shoot at the same aperture (and film) the simplest approach would be to use a ND6 filter on the 6fps footage.




Thanks Hal, yes i get it.

cheers happy holidays

stephen
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