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  1. In SYSTEM , Test Signal On, only shows it in MON OUT and REC OUT. And on the side of the EVF the menu settings show no options of showing color bars. Sup 11.0 Is it not possible?
  2. Sony FS700 vs Canon C500 Which is better and why?
  3. What is the best way to light 2 or 3 people (a moderator and 2 interviewees) that sit up infront of a movie theater audience after a film screening. The theater doesn't have stage lighting. And we can't push in their key lights too close as not to block the audience's view or see the lights in our wide shot. I was thinking Fresnels from a distance? Softboxes are to bulky and need to be too close to work. Anybody know of a common set up? Thanks
  4. I shot some footage on an EX-3 for the first time in PAL, 1080 25p 1/50th shutter and there is very noticeable flicker strobing effect. But it's exteriors, theres no light sources, just an overcast day. I know it's not my camera because I switch back to 24p 1/48th, every things fine. Anybody have this issue? And if so, anyway to fix it on the footage already shot?
  5. Is it going to look bad, or look noticeably different to shoot a short film with 2 Sony HD Ex-1's but only one has Letus Extreme 35mm adaptor? We want to do it for more coverage for editing but do not have enough in the budget to afford 2 adaptors..
  6. I got inkys, 1ks, 2 ks fresnels. teenies, 750 softlights, sungun, chimera, kinoflos, and china balls
  7. I'm trying to figure out the best method of lighting to give it a 1960's style. I plan on using lots of practicals. Any other ideas?
  8. Does anyone have any suggestions for filtration that will give the EX-1 a grittier look to resemble movies shot in the 1960's?
  9. So I'm the DP for a thesis film that takes place in the 1960's .. any suggestions to give it more of that gritty look? I'm shooting on a Sony EX-1 1080P which is hard because that camera is so clear and clean. As far as palette definitley in the warmer range: orange, amber, browns. Any filter ideas?, lighting techniques? I'm thinking lots of practicals...
  10. So I'm the DP for a thesis film that takes place in the 1960's .. any suggestions to give it more of that gritty look? I'm shooting on a Sony EX-1 1080P which is hard because that camera is so clear and clean. As far as palette definitley in the warmer range: orange, amber, browns. Any filter ideas?, lighting techniques? I'm thinking lots of practicals...
  11. So I'm the DP for a thesis film that takes place in the 1960's .. any suggestions to give it more of that gritty look? I'm shooting on a Sony EX-1 1080P which is hard because that camera is so clear and clean. As far as palette definitley in the warmer range: orange, amber, browns. Any filter ideas?, lighting techniques? I'm thinking lots of practicals...
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