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#1 Ryan K

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Posted 14 July 2005 - 07:05 PM

I'm shooting a short next week with a Pro 35/ Digibeta setup. I'm aware that the adapter will soften up the image somewhat, and i've seen it in use when I assisted someone using it recently - however, has anyone used it and seen the results on a big screen? Venerable folk on this forum have cited the soft-o-factor of the adapter to be something in the region of a 1/8 black pro mist, which seemed to be the case to my eyes when seen on a monitor, though I have not seen what it looks like otherwise. A few D.Ps I have spoken to seemed to think the effect would be too gaudy on a cinema screen - can anyone offer any testimony? Obviously there's an amount of subjectivity involved but essentially we were hoping the adapter would negate the need for any other diffusion on the lens. Any thoughts?
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