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Dennis Toeppen

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    Illinois
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    Arri 235, Arri 416, Aaton A-Minima, various Bolexes and B&H
  • Specialties
    Making test films of the same subject over and over using different permutations of cameras, lenses and film stock but never actually shooting anything interesting.

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  1. The point is that it employs educators... They need to be kept off the streets.
  2. It's now on youtube with unused footage included. They stopped by the Mad Men Hershey, PA victorian. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqJkQA2myFc
  3. It's now on youtube with unused footage included. They stopped by the Mad Men Hershey, PA victorian.
  4. Exactly. I think Dwayne's has a C-41 line, but I don't know how it's set up. Their Kodachrome processor had 1000' or 2000' input and output reels. If their C-41 line is similar, I guess they could use it to process cine. I sort of assume that most C-41 lines are set up for very small batches. But I don't really know for sure.
  5. https://www.orwo.wtf/blog/production-begins-on-our-brand-new-colour-cine-film
  6. Maybe this will help me move the ~130 rolls of S8 7285 I have in the freezer.
  7. I was shocked to see this...happy shocked, like if a high-end restaurant was giving out free meals shocked. Maybe the Gen-X and Millennial kids can drive up demand sufficiently to warrant restoration of production of Kodachrome.
  8. Better URL: https://www.nbc.com/nbc-nightly-news/video/film-is-not-dead-demand-soars-for-vintage-cameras-in-developing-trend/NBCN890053734
  9. Two thumbs up to Gadi Scwartz and his crew for their excellent production and story. It's the final story: https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news-netcast/video/nightly-news-full-broadcast-february-17th-133437509920 I was unable to locate the story as a standalone videeyo.
  10. How much for the Eiffel olive oil?
  11. That would work fine until signal moves and train enters frame. My inability to precisely trigger shutter would lead to jumpy motion. Funny that an advanced camera can't do something easy. I don't think it can even do single frame at a reasonable shutter speed. Even a Bolex RX5 can do that 🙂
  12. Oh, interesting. I didn't think about shutter angle. I have a shutter tool, but I'm afraid to use it. I was planning on displaying it as time-lapse, rather than correcting back to real time. Thanks for the shutter angle comment. That was very helpful. There's a good chance I'll try <8 fps with shutter closed down. I'm still interested in learning if there is any intervalometer box I can use. I could avoid troublesome shutter fiddling in the field if I had a device.
  13. Huh. For some reason, I thought 8 fps was the minimum for this camera. It could be that I didn't want to venture below 1/8 second esposure due to motion blur.
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