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#1 PaulIVX

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Posted 15 June 2010 - 06:17 PM

Hi

Does anyone have experience with using Vision 3, 500T, with conversionfilter of course. I read that the vison 2 was dissapointing in daylight (with conversion filter 85B). Can you tell me about your experience.

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Paul
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#2 Adrian Sierkowski

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Posted 15 June 2010 - 06:21 PM

500T might be a little overkill for a day ext; considering you'll often be at a T11 on 50D! I hope you have a lot of ND filters and/or are planning on doing some slo-mo.

the '19 is a very nice stock, tighter grained than the '18 was, though can do with some over-exposure. I normally rate mine @ 320, so in your face it's be something like a 200 (2/3rds for over exposure to be 320, and then 2/3rds for the 85 to go down to 200). Still; one might get some better results starting off with a slower stock like '17 which, even rated at 125 or 100 will be pushing most iris's to a T16/22, places they don't perform their best.
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#3 PaulIVX

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Posted 16 June 2010 - 06:39 AM

Thanks,

I decided to go with the 50D. From a test film I found out that I need to go down 2/3 stops. So I will expose it on 32 or 25 asa. I think that will do.

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