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#1 Paul Bartok

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Posted 13 December 2011 - 07:17 AM

Hi I love film but I've never worked on it beyond super 8, so next year I'm thinking about shooting a short film on 35mm specifically super 35mm before film really dies off. Ive noticed abit of a fire sale going on with film atm.

Anyways I'm just wondering how much Lab fee would be for around 2000ft and does the fact its super 35mm make a difference,
also i got a quote for around $3000 for a 4k scan do you guys thinks that's a bit expensive for 2000ft and if your wondering why I need 4k, if its the last time I work with film i would like to get the most out of it other wise why really bother.

I love film but lets face it, its dead and the RED camera's are amazing, almost equal.
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