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  1. Any HD video recorder or deck with HD-SDI input or HDMI input will do. Not sure what trouble you are having with the ninja assasin. I have used a NInja Star and Samurai Blade on the F3 with great results. I now have a Gemini 444 recorder and couldn't be happier. I rate the F3 quite high. Now quite cheap. It can be a bit noisy in low light at 6400iso, but the noise is random not fixed pattern like you will get with early Blackmagic models. I would steer clear of first generation blackmagic models on the whole.
  2. that is most likely because that age group is the most social and are not heeding the warnings they are given. Look at New Orleans now since Mardi Gras. As soon as last week, several bars in Boston were jammed packed, according to the news. Lots of ignorant/selfish people out there.
  3. What is it considered? I was shooting under tungsten light and of course when I white balance to a white card, the overall balance is neutral, white is white. However the color in camera and on screen is not how I perceive it. I see a warm cast under tungsten light. So it got me wondering, what is accurate? How is color perceived by us humans, all things being equal. I realize that "look" varies from project to project, but what is considered true? I would think what we see and how we see it is normal, not what a sensor says it is. I shoot mostly on film and Kodak or Fuji when I shot it, rendered color much closer to how I see it.
  4. upon looking at the site I gave you, it seems to be old and perhaps not active any more. Not sure. Try calling or emailing them. Sorry
  5. Try contacting these people. They seem to have a good deal of knowledge about the K3 http://www.k3camera.com/index.php
  6. Have you tried to contact British authorities? Your "outing" them here is great. Perhaps they think that due to geographical distance or that they are one of very few who can or will do this sort of work, that they have the upper hand. I have a former employer who decided not to pay his employees anymore. After many emails and texts back and forth, he has disappeared. Also perhaps thinking that I would give up or that he could hide. Now the attorney general's office is going after him and there is a good chance he will have to pay triple. Keep up the pressure, talk to the cops, hear what they have to say. I will think twice about Van Diemens.
  7. Very lovely. Looking forward to seeing the final cut. I have shot S16 7222 on Nikon AI-S lenses and the contrast and sharpness were gorgeous.
  8. Further more. It is very heartening to see young filmmakers embracing film(celluloid) like in the afore mentioned Safdie Brothers films and The Lighthouse.
  9. There is an overall narrative of the "kid" and the bounty on it's head. you are correct about the 30 minutes not being enough. Given how much they are spending, you would think there would be more. I also think they won't resolve anything in the given time left this season. Watch how Disney plus enrollment drops off a cliff come the new year.
  10. . I am intrigued that Adam Sandler is doing a "straight" role rather than his usual schtick. I haven't seen it yet, but did see the trailer and not surprised at all that 35mm was used since the Safdie brothers made it. Good Time looks similar and was as wonderful film, shot in 2 perf.
  11. But with all that money spent per episode, they still felt they couldn't trust a wonderful puppet and the puppeteer/s. So they did a CGI "kid" just in case. A big thanks to Herzog for standing up for the working man or woman by voicing his displeasure. I am a fan of the show, but will dump Disney + when this first season concludes in a couple of weeks. Way to small of a catalogue to stay with them.
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