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#1 Christian Janss

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Posted 21 February 2008 - 12:12 AM

Sorry if this has been addressed already, but I searched and couldn't find it.

I'm wondering if anyone out there has tried to match footage shot on a DVX with and without a 35 lens adaptor (whichever one)?

I'm planning on using an adaptor on a feature, but I'm afraid the loss of light will be tough for a night scene. There's only one night scene so I was thinking of shooting all the night stuff with a stock lens and all other stuff (Day ext. & all int) with the adaptor. So, will it be too noticible a difference if we segregate all the stock shots into their own scene and only cut between the adaptor once or twice?

Can these two be cut together at all? It'll be in Standard Def so that might help.

I do plan to do some tests, but any opinions and advice now will be much appreciated.

thanks in advance.
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