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    Brian both of these filters are good. Also...

    Brian both of these filters are good. Also consider Lowcon. Its what Christopher Probst used on Mindhunter, and was also a fave of Kubric. I would say its a bit more filmic than the other two you've...
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    All I can tell you is from practical experience....

    All I can tell you is from practical experience.

    We've shot on Epic Dragon for years. I know that sensor very well. It's quit old, but holds up with enough exposure. We always shot btw 6:1 and...
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    No out of Davinci Resolve.

    No out of Davinci Resolve.
  4. Also all the interviews from The Sparks doc were...

    Also all the interviews from The Sparks doc were shot on Red Monochrome.

    As was Mank.
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    Another thing to keep in mind too is we've found...

    Another thing to keep in mind too is we've found that that with a dedicated GPU or EGPU that Komoodo files have been faster/easier to transcode.

    For example, even on an older 12 Core Mac Trashcan...
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    Keep in mind we found that with LQ the Komodo...

    Keep in mind we found that with LQ the Komodo files sizes were pretty comparable in size and quality to Dragon 6:1.

    It's all we shoot on Komodo.
  7. Dude this is great. Congrats.

    Dude this is great. Congrats.
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    I mean this is the trailer. Do we know for sure...

    I mean this is the trailer. Do we know for sure the film will look exactly like this? It's not out for another 3 months.
  9. LED lighting is great, but they also allow for...

    LED lighting is great, but they also allow for more creativity which takes time.

    The time saving your talking about I think is more common on smaller, repeatable projects.
  10. This is a really good point - and a reminder that...

    This is a really good point - and a reminder that filmmaking is collaborative.
  11. I will say that I think everything is relative,...

    I will say that I think everything is relative, and this approach needs to be understood in context.

    On The Boys, I'm sure every day they are burning through (literally) 100's of thousands of...
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    We've had no problems matching Gemini and Komodo...

    We've had no problems matching Gemini and Komodo either - especially if you are charting as you go.

    As to their ISO rating, we tend to keep them both at 800 ISO and they seem to have similar (and...
  13. Oh cool thanks for looking that up Patrick!

    Oh cool thanks for looking that up Patrick!
  14. The Sparks Brothers - Edgar Wright Doc (SHOT ON RED)

    Hey gang, my wife and I watched this lovely doc this weekend and noticed the "SHOT ON RED" logo at the end.

    Wanted to share.

    Here's the trailer:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOUsIYESOpM...
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    Sticky: As Tommaso said, the answer is NO. The Macros...

    As Tommaso said, the answer is NO. The Macros were always AE - but it you get some with later serial numbers, presumably the coatings may be newer ie more "MM".
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    Honestly whichever is cheapest. If I remember...

    Honestly whichever is cheapest. If I remember correctly Magnesium may not be as strong as Titanium? So if payload is a concern then that maybe a vote for the Titanium.
  17. Hmmm fascinating. I mean Hasselblad had a 110mm...

    Hmmm fascinating. I mean Hasselblad had a 110mm F2, but that was for their F series (that had no curtain). Presumably cinema cameras have similar spacing, so your 125mm starts to make more sense....
  18. Hmmm I wonder (for the 125) if there's an extra...

    Hmmm I wonder (for the 125) if there's an extra speed boosting element in it that takes it from a longer lens (say a 135) and a T2 to a T1.7?
  19. WOW

    WOW
  20. I mean almost all our clients are broadcast and...

    I mean almost all our clients are broadcast and still only accept these frame rates: 23.98, 29.97, and 59.94.

    So for shooting, almost everyone still does 23.98 for them (there's some occasional...
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    I'd just send it to Duclos and see what they can...

    I'd just send it to Duclos and see what they can do with it.

    It's such a rare and amazing lens, I'm sure they'd get a kick out of fixing it, etc
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    Avid has been growing a lot behind the scenes....

    Avid has been growing a lot behind the scenes. During the pandemic, they really embraced cloud editing, and big clients are spending lots of $$$ to get teams of editors all sharing the same media and...
  23. Yeah I was guessing the same range. Doesn't look...

    Yeah I was guessing the same range. Doesn't look that slow to me. And this was a small movie, so prob wouldn't have had a huge camera package. Some Arri film cameras capped out at 60fps, though I...
  24. This is all amazing news.

    This is all amazing news.
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    The problem you may run int is working distance....

    The problem you may run int is working distance. So consider a 180mm Macro (from Canon, for ex).
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