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Robbie Fatt

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About Robbie Fatt

  • Birthday 06/26/1993

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  • Location
    Sydney, Australia
  • My Gear
    Arri Amira, Varicam LT
  • Specialties
    Lighting, cinematography, directing

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  1. For sale is my set of Cooke Speed Panchros (unrehoused) I've listed them on eBay here: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/265868810761 Ideally I'm looking for an Australian buyer. I've dealt with scammers before on here so don't bother. Only serious buyers. Looking for $15000 AUD or $10500 USD. These are great lenses, and a set of three like this are rare to find. Perfect for use as is, or for rehousing.
  2. For sale is my Arri Amira, located in Sydney, Australia. It comes with: - Arri Amira Premium 4K license with V Mount (4500 Hours) - Both EF and PL Mounts - Pelican 1510 Case - BPA-3 Bridge Plate Adapter - MHB-2 Microphone Adapter Only serious buyers contact me with reliable sales credit. Price: $31500 AUD or $23500 USD Email: robbie@robbiefatt.com Full Res Photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0ni0mwrci47mys2/AADDmcj2MR5-knXnsdno7ZhNa?dl=0
  3. Hi all, I'm looking for a Cooke Speed Panchro in its original Arri standard mount with serial numbers 6***** or 7*****. I own a 75mm cooke speed panchro and would consider trading for it. Email me: robbie@robbiefatt.com
  4. Hey all! I've been trying really hard to figure out how Olivier Fontenay works as a colorist. Everything he grades has this amazing pastel, faded blacks, low contrast look which is absolutely amazing. I asked a lot of people about it, but no one has been able to help me out with more complex tips on getting shots to look like his. Lion (Shot on Alexa with Vintage Lenses), is the movie he really excelled earning Greig Fraser a nomination for Best Cinematography. Here's a quote from him: “That's why I believe Greig Fraser deserved the Oscar nomination and the ASC Award for this film. He was taking a risk – exposing down but not too much, almost to the point where you could see the noise when you were raising the brightness of the image. This meant I could pull the blacks down and really work on them. Although you can't actually see the noise, you can feel that something is there and have the impression that you are seeing film grain. It doesn't look noisy, but it gives the image a special texture and feeling. I've attached some screenshots here, so if any colorist can give me some more technical advice rather than just fading blacks, or even help develop a LUT, that would be amazing. I've been shooting on Amira in LogC with so should be able to get a very similar look.
  5. WTB Cooke Speed Panchro 40mm, 50mm Arri STD Mount Located in Sydney, Australia
  6. Hi, I’m just wondering if anyone knows about the filmgear brand lighting (I think it’s Chinese) and if it is any good? I’m looking at getting there 800w HMI par because I really like punchy daylight balanced lights for streaks of light.
  7. Hi Dom, Thanks for this I'll send them a message! It's amazing how expensive these mounts are but if they're quality and I can just buy one adapter for a set of lenses it will be worth it. Kind regards, Robbie
  8. Hi, I have a set of Cooke Speed Panchros in their original Arri standard mount. And I've been looking at the best adapters to make them into a PL mount, and have come across an issue where almost all of the adapters don't fit in an Arri Amira's PL mount. Does anyone know of the best PL mount adapters for the Cooke Speed Panchro lenses which is affordable? It seems the normal arri standard to pl mount adapter doesn't rotate and so you need the one with the tab to allow rotation of the barrel. Any help would be appreciated! Kind regards, Robbie
  9. Hi Stuart, Thanks for your reply it was very helpful. I'll have a word with Dom too!
  10. Hi, I'm in the process of buying some used Cooke Speed Panchro lenses and have found that a lot of the available ones have haze and fungus. How difficult is haze and fungus to remove from a Cooke Speed Panchro lens, and are there services which would do this? How much would they cost? I'm located in Sydney, Australia. Any help would be much appreciated!!
  11. Email: robbie@robbiefatt.com
  12. Hi, I'm looking to buy an Arri Amira EF lens mount (K2.0001103). Or any with an electronic aperture. Located in Sydney, Australia. Looking at paying under $2000 AUD Kind regards, Robbie
  13. Hi all, Thanks for all the help! I am looking at paying about $30000 AUD for an Amira under 3000 hours with a 4k premium license. The main problem is the Australian dollar currently for purchasing from the US, hopefully that changes soon as there are some good prices there. If anyone can supply me an Amira with those specifications that would be amazing! Kind regards, Robbie
  14. Thanks Jeff! If it's in AUD then I'm definitely interested! How many hours?
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