A lot of my stuff is small & self funded so I cant afford the mins for great capture labs on those projects. I can project frame by frame onto a stills camera sensor with an analyser. And i get it that any stills camera does a better job of that than video capture anyways... But there are many times I want to just capture on the fly with a broadcast camera and I am looking for the holy grail in focusing screen material to project onto. I am projecting to a size a about 10" to reduce evidence of surface texture. Im open for crazy things youve tried that worked. Right now I am using thermal lamination material. I have no idea what the grain count is but I can still see it. And I have yet to fig out how to get my Xantus to tune it out. So Im still on the hunt.
Maybe need to point out that this is completely an "in-line" or "thru material" method. Throwing on a screen and recording reflected has never tricked me into thinking it was anything but just that. But ill try something like that if you think i missed something.
Edited by steve waschka, 18 December 2013 - 10:23 AM.