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#1 Robin Leveille

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Posted 17 January 2012 - 11:18 AM

This video is nothing more than a montage of 16mm short ends (daylight loaded) I shot to setup my lightmeter for the Bolex prism ⅔ adapt for light loss compensation. The speed motor of the EBM held it's sync all the way through the day and night in -24℃. -2/3 on the meter is perfect for this camera. The night shots were a little underexposed but all I had was a 1.6. film was scanned with Spirit HD and deliverables were Quicktime uncompressed 8bit.

The stocks I used were Kodak's 50D and 500T.


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#2 Robert Ditto

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Posted 14 February 2012 - 09:02 PM

Hello Robin,

I don't think your night shots were under exposed at all, every piece was absolutely spot on in my opinion, absolutely beautiful footage!

Sincerely, Respectfully,
Robert M. Ditto
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