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David Baron

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About David Baron

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  • Occupation
    Cinematographer
  • Location
    Canada
  • My Gear
    Sony FS7, A7sii, A6300, Arriflex 16MB, Bolex H16, 1 ton Grip/LX Truck

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    www.baroncamera.ca
  1. Always be aware that many compressions really do a number to the shadows. If you under expose on certain cameras that use a lower bit-rate you might get smearing in the shadows (not the case on the f7, but this almost killed me on a movi shot using a GH4). I would always rather have to pull down the shadows in post than risk loosing detail in the shadows of an under-exposed image. Light the faces 1-2stops under anticipating the grade but no more than that. This will help highlights or hard hits of lights from being over.
  2. Thank you so much Charlie for the very thourough response! This has definatly gotten me on the right track with this motor. I have been on-set the last few weeks and haven't had a chance to take a look at this untill now. The phase shift attachemnt on my motor will have to stay on - I removed the caseing as suggested and the output shaft on the motor has been replaced by the long plastic accessory seen in the photo. On the output side of the attachment is the ball-like clutch connection but on the input side to the accessory is a gear that connects directly to the motor. The original o
  3. This is an optional motor that plugs into the mains through a transformer. I have also used the variable and constant speed motors for this camera. My motors run at the original 8volts although i think many have been modified to work on 12v.
  4. Hello! I have been trying to outfit my Arriflex 16MB with a sync motor for music videos or similar (knowing how loud my camera is). I purchased a 60hz - 42v sync motor without its transformer for a reasonably low price on ebay. I shouldn't have any trouble building my own transformer but the connector on the motor is a little confusing to me. Does anybody know what the pins are on these 60hz - 42v motors? I assume there is a ground, pilot tone, +/- 42v, maybe a secondary at 8vdc for the torque motor on the SB model? Any help would be appreciated!!
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