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#1 sinisa.kukic

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Posted 11 January 2008 - 05:39 PM

hi. i'm shooting a documentary next month in brasil and trying to figure out which stock to shoot on.

we're shooting super 16 and ending up on 35mm.


we are only shooting exteriors during the day but there will be a lot stuff in the early morning and late afternoon as the sun is fading.

my main concern right now is shooting with a faster stock during lower light conditions in the early morning and late afternoon and how well it blows up to 35mm. i'm thinking about shooting on the 250D or the 320T. anyone have experience blowing up these two stocks?


and recommends?

thanks
sinisa
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