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#1 Jose Figueroa Baez

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Posted 09 June 2009 - 11:23 PM

I'm a big fan of the lower ASA/ISO, so I was very glad to see this new stock. I wanted to get some feedback on what has been the response of DP's out there when using the film. How does it compare to its Vision 2 counterpart? Any comments are welcome.
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#2 Daniel Carruthers

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Posted 11 June 2009 - 09:53 PM

I'm a big fan of the lower ASA/ISO, so I was very glad to see this new stock. I wanted to get some feedback on what has been the response of DP's out there when using the film. How does it compare to its Vision 2 counterpart? Any comments are welcome.



Its a great stock
I shot it on Ultra16mm, it handled mixed lighting and overexposure very well
I cant really compare it with the older vision 2 7205 because I only shot that once and it was a old recan that was lying under a shelf for at least 2 years?
The vision 3 is very fine grain and sharp especially for 16mm
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#3 Rajavel Olhiveeran

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Posted 14 June 2009 - 04:11 AM

hi all
was there for the Kodak launch presentation in my country and happened to see the test footage..or the company showreel of that
stock....absolutely gorgeous. the way it compares with the prev stock was also fantastic.....in terms of grain structure and
how well it handles the under exposure....and the 1 stop under and 1 stop push process.....cool!!

but one thing i didnt understand was what they had mentioned as 'optimized for India'...for contrast and saturation....which seemed
like a 'sales talk'.......!! how can u optimise a stock for a country...so if i take the same stock to Europe ..wat happens!!

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