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#1 Miguel Bunster

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Posted 11 October 2005 - 04:53 PM

Hi, I am testing for my upcoming film a series of things. One was the 18 and 79 pushed a stop and still rated 500 so I could print down later. The test went ok and I got impressed with one thing. I mixed in the test color temperatures and there was a lot of 4500 Kelvin to 5600 Kelvin. So the 70 rendered it blue but the 18 turned out white! I know 18 handles better mixed color situations but this was a lot! well the other things is that I was burnig out those blue areas about 3 stops over key but there was still information there and both stock were shooted under same conditions. I dont know if the over exposure changed the results but it impressed me. Any one with experience on this stocks can give me some imput please?
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