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#1 Scott Imler

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Posted 01 June 2010 - 07:28 PM

Hi any one who has any experience with shooting 3D with the HDX or other HD video with either a beamsplitter or a side by side rig. I would like to find out about a few things.We are shooting a multi camera concert and wanted to know some of the limitations.

Example stop loss if any?
Rolling "on air focus"?
Distance to subject from camera?.I understand that there are limitations depending on the set up or which of the two rigs you are using?
Basic set up time and learning curve to get comfortable with it?
There will also be a jib and I wanted to know if it will have to be modified for mounting and what its limitations might be??
If any of you have experience or have dabbled with this pass on your thoughts.Thank you
Scott

Edited by Scott Imler, 01 June 2010 - 07:30 PM.

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