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#1 Daniel Andreas

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Posted 27 August 2005 - 02:02 PM

We are using a Pro35 adapter with Zeiss SuperSpeeds.

Any recommendations to get the best look out of this system?
The project is not intended for a film-- it has to look great on DVD, but then again you never know.

In the camera test I noticed that the system has a strong softening effect -- similar to a white promist #1

Is it a good idea to crush the blacks to get a little more snap out of it?

What Gamma settings work best?

Admittedly many of these things are subjective.
However, I am hoping for somoene to give me some recommendations based on their experience for settings including V and H resolution, coring, master pedestal, etc

Also, what # setting on the PRO35 worked best for you, I have noticed that around #7 you can make it almost disappear, as the fame rate seems to cancel out the oscillating movement. Nots sure if that's where it's best to be or just outside that area?

BTW: WHITE SHADING is crucial and made a bid difference!

Thanks for your help!


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#2 Daniel Andreas

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Posted 27 August 2005 - 02:20 PM

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