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#1 Carl Weston

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Posted 30 September 2005 - 11:03 PM

AATON LTR-7 Super-16 -VS- SR1 Germen
Witch one of these cameras is the best for sync sound production? :)
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#2 Dimitrios Koukas

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Posted 01 October 2005 - 04:37 AM

AATON LTR-7 Super-16 -VS- SR1 Germen
Witch one of these cameras is the best for sync sound production? :)


Honestly,
I have never sound tested both of them, but I have the feelling that it all has to do with the condition of the magazines, and the lubrication of the camera,or correct loop and threading.
I have used both and sometimes I ' ve got this ''noisy'' magazine problem, wich I have had to check it as a noisy one on the mag to know when I am using it, so I have to put a cotton material on it (jacket) to blimp the noise off.
U should try to do some tests with a db meter ,if you want to be specific.
LTR is a very silent camera though by my experience.
Dimitrios Koukas
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