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    DVX as light meter?

    I am shooting a project on 16mm b/w film and I don't have a light meter. Is there anything wrong with using a DVX100A for checking exposure?
  3. The only one I can find is the $175 one on Whitehouse AV, with a charger being $145. Do you know any other cheaper places?
  4. could you explain this a bit more? you lose me at 'go back in and rescan the film'. sorry I am still learning.
  5. expose 16mm > process > prep for telecine > telecine to digital format like miniDV > transfer digital format to NLE from which I can create DVD copies to submit to festivals and such? is that right?
  6. You might want to consider glasses then. He cowrote all of his screenplays which were adaptations. ACO he adapted without a co writer. So yes, he did write his stories. Even if what you were saying was accurate, he still had amazing taste for choosing them. Not something to just dismiss the way you did.
  7. Arguably understandable to shoot digital over film nowadays for indie stuff,. but doesn't the aesthetics of film outweigh all the benefits that digital has?
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  9. I'm about to run a one man show as DP on an indie film, meaning I'll be loading and setting up everything by myself (minus lighting). What field tips can you give?
  10. Hm. i don't think I'd need something that powerful actually. i guess what I meant was I need something that'd work for an 8-10 hr working day. it's an indie film with a 2:1 ratio and the shoot will only take place on Sat/Sun. would something like this be more than sufficient? http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1353...y.html#features
  11. I just received my newly serviced NPR and it's in fantastic condition. The only thing it doesn't have is a battery. I am looking for something that could last 10 hrs, give or take a couple. I don't know anything about camera batteries. I know that NPR's take 12Vs.... is that the only spec you have to match up when looking at them? Could you suggest any reliable long lasting batts? Thanks in advance.
  12. Let me elaborate. I'm going to shoot a feature. I want the quality of the image to be as fantastic as possible within my limitations. Advice please :(
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