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#1 David Odell

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Posted 30 December 2010 - 10:35 AM

a tribute

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This really really short film was made while testing the latest modification of
the camera: Super Duper 8. The stock that was used is a 2 year old Pro8mm
50D. And the HD transfer was done by Uppsala BildTeknik.

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Since I didn’t come up with an idea at first I remade a sequence (actually a
good practise) from the future film: Chunking Express, directed by Wong Kar
Wai and cinematography by Christopher Doyle.

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For best picture I recommend downloading the orginal file, which will
downloadable to the 6th jan.

Best,
David

Edited by David Odell, 30 December 2010 - 10:36 AM.

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#2 Dave Kovacs

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Posted 30 December 2010 - 11:06 AM

a tribute



This really really short film was made while testing the latest modification of
the camera: Super Duper 8. The stock that was used is a 2 year old Pro8mm
50D. And the HD transfer was done by Uppsala BildTeknik.


Best,
David


It looks great! Who modified your camera?
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#3 Kevith Mitchell

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Posted 30 December 2010 - 01:41 PM

a tribute

Posted Image

This really really short film was made while testing the latest modification of
the camera: Super Duper 8. The stock that was used is a 2 year old Pro8mm
50D. And the HD transfer was done by Uppsala BildTeknik.

Posted Image

Since I didn’t come up with an idea at first I remade a sequence (actually a
good practise) from the future film: Chunking Express, directed by Wong Kar
Wai and cinematography by Christopher Doyle.

Posted Image

For best picture I recommend downloading the orginal file, which will
downloadable to the 6th jan.

Best,
David


Nice images. How did you capture them from the video????
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#4 David Odell

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Posted 30 December 2010 - 02:20 PM

  • Modification done by Björn Andersson, the local Beaulieu expert in Sweden.
  • Regarding images from a mov source, I export them as still images from After Effects where all the grading is done.

Take care.
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