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#1 Scott Weatherford

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Posted 01 December 2010 - 01:33 AM

so, im gonna be 1sting on a new show starting in like 10 days, and most likely gonna be working with the varicam w the pro35 dof adaptor and ultra primes (OR... cant believe im typing this... a 5D... shudder).

ive recently 1sted on a... ugh... 7D, and most recently 2nded on the red, but before those two gigs i hadnt ac'ed in about 2 years (some health problems).

luckily ive gotten some cobwebs out on those last two shows, and i may actually be 2nding for like the first week on this new one, but, having been at least 2 years since ive worked w the varicam, i wanted to ask about anything i should look out for w this camera... and then w this particular rig, too, w the pro35. its been ages since ive had to set back focus, which will come back to me quickly. shouldnt have any probs pulling either. but i just wanted to see if there was anything anyone wanted to share w someone like me who's basically starting over.

thanks!
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