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Looking for 200-400 ft fast stock by Monday - or advice on pushing 200T


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#1 Alain Lumina

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Posted 25 September 2010 - 12:22 AM

Sorry to impose, I got sudden availability of actors/crew to help me shoot a night scene eve of Mon the 27th in Sacramento Calif ( just a couple days away)

On the off chance there's someone in this area holding onto some 16mm film they'd sell, I'm looking for some fast 16mm film. Probably Fuji 400/500 or Kodak 500 would do it.

I have some 200T but mocking up the lighting with the 7D set to ISO200 at 1/30 shutter indicates it won't be quite fast enough. Telecine may end up noisy.

As a follow-up, any suggestions on how to calculate:

1) I've shot street scenes with passing cars on 200T before and it actually came out OK. I could just open the sucker up (2.5T Canon 12-120 zoom) and try it....

2) If I do #1 above, how do I know how much to tell the lab to push? Ballpark-- should I say one stop, two stops?

I'm doing 7D also but I'd like to try to get the brief sequences on film too.

Thanks!
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