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#1 Art Leal

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Posted 05 June 2008 - 01:03 AM

Just got back a roll of Pro8mm Eterna 500T film. Had them develop it and I telecined it with a Film2Transfer unit. I ran the invert filter on the NLE along with some filters and color curves. I used a Bauer C700 XL and kept the aperture fully opened for all shots. I kind of think it was pretty unscientific, and was wondering if one could expect better or more accurate results with a camera that would meter at least 400 ASA, and if so, would it be better to leave it on auto exposure. Would a non-XL camera that would meter 400 suffice? Would appreciate any input.
See the sample link below. Many thanks.


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