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  1. Hello group: I am shooting a project on the Alexa classic and I have scenes in a car that I plan to use the mini on. My question is will the footage match in post? I ve been told different things. One person told me since they have the same sensor they have the same look. Another told me they have a different look and won’t match. Since I don’t own a mini I am unable to compare. Any information you can provide to save me from having to spend money on testing would be appreciated.
  2. It’s the ultra thin 3g sdi cable. I bought it from b and h
  3. I am using an SDI cable. I have only connected to one input on the 7Q the SDI A
  4. Hello group: So I noticed when I shoot my arri alexa classic to the odyssey 7q the image pops in and out when the cable that leads to the camera is slightly touched. I have already bought two different cables and i still have that issue. It sucks because if i am recording something to the 7q and fidget with the cable the recording stops. Any help would be appreciated. thank you O
  5. So I purchased a ARRI ALEXA CLASSIC and it came with a baseplate that takes 19mm rods. Unfortunately for me my old arri follow focus only works with 15mm rods. Are there any other baseplate available for the Alexa that take in 15mm rods? I tried bushings to use both 15mm and 19mm but I didn't have success with it. Thanks
  6. It’s not a zoom lens it’s a Sony cinealta prime lens.
  7. Hello Dom You raise a interesting question. I am used to shooting with a SONY F35 unfortunately that camera only shot at 1080p so the arri Alexa footage shouldn't be softer at 2.8K.
  8. Hello group: So I finally pulled the trigger on a Arri Alexa classic. The only issue I been having is my footage is coming out a little soft. I am shooting currently arri raw on a odyssey 7q. But even with focus assist my shots look softer then they should be. I am using Sony cinealta primes as my lenses at sometimes a 4.0 stop. Is it a monitor issue or camera issue? thanks
  9. Sorry I misspelled my email it is orobles1214@gmail.com
  10. In the market for an Arri Alexa plus, XT, or 4:3 plus. My budget is 13k for an xt or 10k for a PLUS. If anyone has one and is interested in selling email me atorobles1214@gmail.com. Thanks
  11. yes but its almost twice as much as the other cameras.
  12. Apologies for posting so many questions but I am close to deciding which camera to get and my mind changes day to day. I am torn between 3 cameras ARRI AMIRA, ARRI ALEXA XT, ARRI ALEXA PLUS 4:3. 1) AMIRA : This camera is lighter then the others and shoots up to 4k uhd. However it doesn't have the 4:3 option and anamorphic is something that i might shoot down the line. 2) ALEXA XT: It shoots up to 3.2k and has the anamorphic option but it is really heavy. 3) ALEXA PLUS 4:3: It shoots anamorphic but the most resolution it shoots is 2.8 arri raw with a license. Although it is 10k cheaper then the other two cameras on my list. What would you all decide?
  13. Hello group: I was watching a video online someone did comparing SONY CINEALTA PRIME LENSES and COOKE S4 LENSES. To my surprise the footage looked practically the same on both lenses. If you were to study the cooke lenses it just looked a little more filtered then the sony cinealta lenses. Just wondering if anyone has ever tried filtering to try to emulate the softer characteristics of the cookes?
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