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    Though not directly related to the latest RED, this discussion reminds me of something. Remember the warehouse scene in the Limey? GREEN! And the blown out view of the loading dock? But as he said in the commentary, he was happy to leave it that way.
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    just saw it in real imax...was a great movie! footage looked amazing that big
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    I posted this in off topic, but feel it deserves the extra coverage ( :

    Amy Taubin's review in Artforum begins: "WHEN I LEFT THE THEATER after I saw Steven Soderbergh's Contagion, my hands were shaking so hard that it took me fifteen minutes to text the words: WHAT A SCARY, CONVINCING RIDE. "

    http://artforum.com/film/#entry28941
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    So, when it was all said and done, how much of the film was shot with the MX, and how much with the EPIC, Jim?
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    100% MX. And Steven called the grade.

    BTW... I thought the movie was terrific.

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    So, when it was all said and done, how much of the film was shot with the MX, and how much with the EPIC, Jim?
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    Can see him shooting with the mx in these behind the scene clips

    http://www.makingof.com/posts/watch/...tage-contagion

    Also it doesn't look like he uses any lighting other then practical's and natural lighting in a lot of scenes. May explain the highly debated 'look' of the film.
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    100% MX. And Steven called the grade.

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    I expected as much after watching the B-rolls. Footage, aside from the lighting and grade of which I'm not a big fan of, looks great nonetheless.

    Anyone happen to know what kind of lenses were used?
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    A no bull-crap film, realistic, laconic, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    100% MX. And Steven called the grade.

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