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NOT-Nicholas Lee-Shield

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About NOT-Nicholas Lee-Shield

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    Cinematographer
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    Red One MX | Canon T2i | Krasnogorsk K-3
  1. Hi Dom, Ah thank you for that, I didn't realise the Krasnogorsk had a fixed shutter, that's what I was looking for! Thanks!
  2. Hi Jean, Thanks for the reply however I'm still unsure on what would be the right selection for 24fps?
  3. Hey guys, I'm about to shoot my first roll of 16mm tomorrow, but I'm unsure on two things - A) if I've loaded the film correctly - I have the emulsion side (lighter side) of the film running through the gate and B) how do I choose the right shutter speed, as mines in Russian? (Doesn't have the 12,25,50,100 etc option, but rather 8,11,16,22,32,45,65,90,130,180) Mine looks like this... http://www.k3camera.com/k3/images/2011-dial-russian-ccw.jpg Thanks, Nick
  4. Hi Mark, Wow, thank you so much for the speedy reply! Brill, thats not a problem i can defiantly live with it, I thought it was the lens at first, but both camera and lens were in tip top shape for its age, aside from this little problem. I'm looking forward's to shooting my first roll of 16mm soon!
  5. Hey Guys, Firstly, just wanted to say hey as this is my first post on here! Right, basically I received my Krasnogorsk K-3 yesterday from an ebay seller. Whilst the description did not note anything regarding my issue, i found as I looked through the viewfinder that there appears to be a fair few marks/hair/dust etc. Now, is this something that will affect my picture at all, or is it something thats purely on the glass of the view finder? ( I can learn to live with it if so) Failing that, how easy is it to take apart and clean said effected area, and which tools would be best for the job? Sorry i couldn't really supply any decent photos as the viewfinder is terribly dim and I can barely see through it, let alone my poor iPhone camera, but you might get the jist! Thanks in advance, Nick
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