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#1 hoytevanhoytema

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Posted 13 August 2005 - 09:43 AM

TV drama's I have shot recently where all shot on an aaton xtr prod. But, I will now shoot an upcoming project on the sr3 advanced. When I tested the camera i felt problems with framing. To be more precise: I had problems estimating the horizon bubble level... Is this just a matter of getting used too? Or is it that the sr3 sits higher up on the shoulder?
And is there a way to visualize or add a bubble level while working hand held?

thanks,
Hoyte
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