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#1 Sean Stiegemeier

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Posted 25 May 2008 - 12:42 PM

Is there an Intervalometer accessory option for the 235? Or do I have to stick with the 435 or 35-3 to do timelapse work?

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#2 Joe Taylor

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Posted 25 May 2008 - 03:47 PM

Is there an Intervalometer accessory option for the 235? Or do I have to stick with the 435 or 35-3 to do timelapse work?

Thanks.



I've used the 435, 35-3-- but my workhorse is my personal Arri 2c with a Norris motor.

Problem with the 435 is that the intervelometer controller always exposes a dark frame if you make an adjustment on the fly. 35-3, most have a variable shutter which often forces the shooter to use a capping shutter, or light will spill around the shutter and fog your frame.

Check out my links below to my film "Dead Lonesome." That film was shot 100% with an Arri 2c. Video compression make it choppy online.

I've talked to Otto Nemenz several times about the 235 and it does use the same setup as the 435.

Edited by Joe Taylor, 25 May 2008 - 03:50 PM.

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