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julien doumenjou

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  1. Yes, it's normal but if you try to take a light mesure you'll see the key is efficient
  2. Hi, thanks for the support. I used Kodachrome 40, Ektachrome 100 and Ektachrome 7240.
  3. Hi, thanks. I already ordered a new bulb from this website http://www.tps-video.com/lampes.php But it's good to know. Cheers.
  4. Hi, I'm working on a short super8 fiction, I used 15 rolls but after editing I think the film will last 6mn. After checking how expensive it is to get super8 film transfered in HD, I decided to do a first hand editing to save money. So I bought a very cheap Viewer Editor, a MINETTE S-4, it works but it's very very dark, do you know a way to fix that? Should I open it and try to clean something like the mirror? Is it made for dark room only ? For information it uses a 6 volts-10 watt bulb, what I have is 12v-10 watt, guess it's alright... Any information's very welcome !
  5. Hi, I just shot a super8 Ektachrome 100d. The film came back from the lab today full of stranges things: one orange vertical line on the left side of the film, green little squares here and there and completly white frames in the middle of a shot. Very nice! I used a Beaulieu 4008, never opened it in the middle of the roll, and I know it doesn't affect the film that way, so what is it? The lab? Or the stock?
  6. Just to let you know that I got my Kodachrome40 back from Dwaynes after 2 stops pushing and it looks very nice. Thanks again!
  7. Unfortunately that was my last Kodachrome 40 so I will ask for 2 stops pushing and see what goes on. I'll let you know. Thanks again!
  8. If you want to overexpose the film, there are two further white dots positioned to the right of the green dot. You need to move the film's speed setting away from the green dot in a clockwise direction to line it up with one of the white dots. However, if you look at what is now aligned with the green dot (the actual meter setting) you will see it is a lower asa value than your film. This may be where your confusion is stemming from? Of course, I got it now. I was thinking backward! It happens when I don't sleep enough... Thanks!
  9. So you think I should ask for a 1 2/3 stops pushing ?
  10. I forgot to mention, I'm using a beaulieu 4008 ZM II where you set the asa manually. Does that make a difference?
  11. Are you sure? What you are saying seems very logical but on my beaulieu manual they're saying the opposite! I'm using the Beaulieu 4008 ZM II, there's a button (the left one on the below photo), the manual says : if you want to over-expose you can turn clockwise this button one or few points from the proper setting, two points means one stop, if you want to under-expose you do the opposite. When I go from 80 to 25 I turn clock wise so...
  12. Here's the references of the stock I have: Kodachrome 40 (Type A) EI 40 Tungsten EI 25 Daylight (with Wratten 85 filter) The Kodachrome 40 Movie Film (Type A), is a colour reversal film which features extremly fine grain, saturated colours, high sharpness and excellent resolving power. It has an exposure index of 40, is balanced for exposure, without filters, to subjects lit by photolamps (3400K). Type A film can be used in daylight, using an exposure index of 25, when exposed with a KODAK Wratten 85 filter fitted to the camera.
  13. Hi, today I was shooting with different stocks and when I switch from Ektachrome to Kodachrome I forgot to change the ASA setting on my Beaulieu. I shot with 80asa for daylight (Ektachrome) instead of 25 (the kodachrome). Do you think my film is going to be completly over exposed ? Is it possible to correct it with pull processing ?
  14. Hi, today I was shooting with different stocks and when I switch from Ektachrome to Kodachrome I forgot to change the ASA setting on my Beaulieu. I shot with 80asa for daylight (Ektachrome) instead of 25 (the kodachrome). Do you think my film is going to be completly over exposed ? Is it possible to correct it with pull processing ?
  15. Hi, today I was shooting with different stocks and when I switch from Ektachrome to Kodachrome I forgot to change the ASA setting on my Beaulieu. I shot with 80asa for daylight (Ektachrome) instead of 25 (the kodachrome). Do you think my film is going to be completly over exposed ? Is it possible to correct it with pull processing ?
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