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#1 Phil Thompson

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Posted 20 July 2012 - 04:01 PM

Hello,

Does anyone have experience of using Cinematography's Intervalometer?

One came with my Arri-4 and I'm dying to use it. Apparently the exposure time is 1/3
of a second. Why doesn't my Light meter have 1/3rd of a second on it? Fukin sekonic piece of poop...

So whats the deal with this. take 25 frames every minute for 25 minutes and have one 25 seconds worth of footage. Sounds good. But how do you compensate for the dramatic shift in light value? keep metering and adjusting as you go?
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