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#1 Fernando Getz

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Posted 20 November 2009 - 02:45 AM

hey, everybody. I'm shooting a feature with an arri 416 at 24 fps and I have to shoot a PAL video projection of a wall, do i need a sync box or can i just phase out the bar?
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#2 Russell Richard Fowler

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Posted 20 November 2009 - 11:46 AM

If you have an LCD or 3 chip DLP/SXRD/LCOS projector you should be fine. They do not process an image as a CRT tube with a scan bar. The only problem some light sources for these projectors run on high frequency A.C. so you should test for light flicker when choosing projector.


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hey, everybody. I'm shooting a feature with an arri 416 at 24 fps and I have to shoot a PAL video projection of a wall, do i need a sync box or can i just phase out the bar?
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