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  1. Thank you. @ Jake: Yes you are right, Sweden...

    Thank you.

    @ Jake: Yes you are right, Sweden has taken a lighter approach to hard lockdown but not because of herd immunity. That's a misconception.
    But I agree with you about looking further...
  2. PLEASE RECOMMEND A GOOD COLOURIST IN SWEDEN ?

    Hello all,

    Just need a little help in finding a colourist in central Sweden ?

    We are completing a feature length documentary and I would be very grateful for anyones recommendation ?
    Stockholm...
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    Sticky: I can't answer your question in regard to Simmod...

    I can't answer your question in regard to Simmod but Leitax are excellent. I believe even Duclos use them. Nuff said!
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    Poll: Yes, I'm with you. I've always found it...

    Yes, I'm with you. I've always found it distracting in low light situations.
  5. Maybe important to point out that the BBC 'free'...

    Maybe important to point out that the BBC 'free' bit is non-commercial only.
  6. Would Komodo do ? ...

    Would Komodo do ?

    https://juanmelara.com.au/store
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    Sticky: Nice stuff Chris, particularly like the back-lit...

    Nice stuff Chris, particularly like the back-lit material !
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    Ha ha... "dogs-wives-charts"-filmmakers !! ...

    Ha ha... "dogs-wives-charts"-filmmakers !!

    You're on fire Christoffer ! :))
  9. I'd begin by renting and get your clients to...

    I'd begin by renting and get your clients to cover the cost?

    You can always offer the camera on those terms even if you don't own it.



    ... oh and maybe wait for DSMC 3 ?!
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    Sticky: Absolutely!

    Absolutely!
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    Wonderful, if that is so !? ... then we can...

    Wonderful, if that is so !?

    ... then we can move on and complain about 96fps :001_smile:
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    We don't need to polarise things - anybody could...

    We don't need to polarise things - anybody could be confronted with this situation in a 50hz country, visitor or otherwise.
    So, I really hope Satsuki doesn't show himself out!

    But the question...
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    Ahhh Tassie! Great place. Thanks for the...

    Ahhh Tassie! Great place.

    Thanks for the images - and your blog by the way.
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    It's kind how our NTSC friends keep offering...

    It's kind how our NTSC friends keep offering workarounds but that is not really the question that is being asked.

    If you have a 24fps based production and need to increase the frame rate for a...
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    It's all about convenience, there are always...

    It's all about convenience, there are always work-arounds, but the real wish here is to hear somebody with the relevant expertise from RED chime-in?

    Those two frames mightn't be so easy to...
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    Marc, shooting 25fps is the standard for...

    Marc, shooting 25fps is the standard for television in 50Hz countries. We would only shoot 24fps if the project was also going to cinema.
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    I'm not sure RED makes cameras just for cinema -...

    I'm not sure RED makes cameras just for cinema - and commercials often end up on television?
    As an aside, the BBC accepts delivery at 25 or 50fps.
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    It's true you can always find 'work-arounds' -...

    It's true you can always find 'work-arounds' - and we do - but the point here is that it shouldn't be necessary on something so fundamental.
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    +1 Yes I agree, those two extra frames would...

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    Yes I agree, those two extra frames would make a considerable difference in a lot of other countries.
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    Great idea Björn! Going to try it with mine when they need it.
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    impressive Wade, well done!

    impressive Wade, well done!
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    ... now you're just showing off! :)) They look...

    ... now you're just showing off! :))

    They look fantastic.
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    I have that 50-300 in PL and it is a really...

    I have that 50-300 in PL and it is a really useful lens, surprisingly sharp. But it does have quite a bit of CA.
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    Sticky: They are great lenses David. Well done!

    They are great lenses David. Well done!
  25. Much ado about nothing ... with a pinch of...

    Much ado about nothing ... with a pinch of pretentiousness.

    Komodo seems to do strange things to people - can't wait until everybody has one.

    Black please! :))
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