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Mael Robijns

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  1. Does anybody know which lenses they used? And which focal lengths? To my eye seems most of the time a normal to wide-ish focal length.
  2. Since I like the look of the Ikonoskop. And it's budget friendly to rent. I was thinking about using a second camera for the slowmo shot (just for one day). Also a not too expensive camera to rent, a Canon HDSLR with PL-mount. (PL-mount because of the anamorphics) My Concern is if it will blend with all the rest of the Ikonoskop footage?
  3. Well I was wondering what the best option was. Isn't cinegrain better than film convert?
  4. So cinegrain is not a good option? What is a good option for grain? Real bummer that the Ikonoskop doesn't have 60fps, we need some slow mo shots. Bummer because I like the look of the ikonoskop.
  5. Yes, but I meant in conjunction with the small sensor that it isn't very wide.
  6. O, I didn't know it could be quiet unstable. Soft if it's okay soft, it's not a huge problem. We are going to add grain anyway. (By the way anybody who knows best 'professional' way to do this? We were thinking about using cinegrain "software") I am indeed a bit scared on the field of view aspect. Since anamorphic's are rarely very wide and the ikonoskop's smaller sensor... We would need some tight shots in cars etc. So probably isn't ideal. But the renting price is student friendly. RED EPIC? (shooting daylight and nighttime)
  7. Hi, does anybody know if 35mm x2 anamorphic primes can be used with the Ikonoskop. Like the Lomo PL- anamorphic prime lenses for example? I know I'll need to pillar box. x1.33 or x1.5 hawk anamorphics aren't easily found in my country.
  8. Hi, I have a couple of questions for our next (student) short we will be shooting in the first half of April. At first we wanted to go 16mm (anamorphic), but it's quiet expensive for us. And wide angle anamorphic is a problem with 16mm. We're still thinking about it though. But it's probably going to be the digital way. Now the short is about half and half daylight and nighttime. Probably a bit more at daylight. We're thinking about renting a Red-epic since it's a lot cheaper (than an Alexa). But I'm a bit "scared" for the nighttime shots with the epic. We will be passing neon street lights, in car shots which can get pretty dark, etc. What do you think? Will it be ok? Second question is about post production. We love the (16mm) celluloid organic look, and specially for this film. We were wondering how this is professionally emulated/achieved. Are there a couple of ways? I add professionally since we were thinking about festivals etc. (I read somewhere that adding a random grainy look is okay for youtube videos but not for more serious stuff.) Thanks ahead,
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