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#1 22west

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Posted 21 June 2005 - 10:13 PM

I just got back some footage from some K3 tests using the Meteor lens that comes standard with the unit. I had the processed film transferred to miniDV and when I viewed the transfer on my video monitor the subject appeared slightly w-i-d-e-r than normal (my girlfriend, the subject, repeatedly pointed this out :unsure:).

Could this be the lens?

I able not yet able to project the actual footage to compare it to the transfer.
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#2 Stephen Williams

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Posted 22 June 2005 - 03:42 AM

I just got back some footage from some K3 tests using the Meteor lens that comes standard with the unit. I had the processed film transferred to miniDV and when I viewed the transfer on my video monitor the subject appeared slightly w-i-d-e-r than normal (my girlfriend, the subject,  repeatedly pointed this out  :unsure:).

Could this be the lens?

I able not yet able to project the actual footage to compare it to the transfer.

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Hi,

Older tube telecine's often distort the image. There are many pots to tweak!

Stephen
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