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J. Winfield Heckert

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  • Occupation
    Cinematographer
  • Location
    Wilmington Delaware
  • My Gear
    Arriflex sr II high speed
  • Specialties
    Super8 Wedding films, Color Reversal, High Speed Photography.

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  • Website URL
    http://www.hivisuals.com
  1. I'm shooting with an Arri SR II high speed that was a factory S16 model, it was a later model before the SR3 came out. I recently got a Ziess 12-120 t2.1, so i'm letting this one go to offset the cost a little.
  2. Angenieux 15-150 serviced and converted to PL mount by Bernie at Super16 in 2015. It was completely disassembled and rebuilt by Bernie in 2014. I shot a feature film using this lens and it is quite sharp. It completely covers the super16 frame and may also work with similar sized digital sensors and others operating in 2k mode. Some scuffs and cleaning marks on the front and rear elements. Internally there are some marks on the second inner element from the front this doesn't effect the image but it is there. I have included a few stills taken with this lens. $2000.00 or best offer. 15-1501 by jwheckert, on Flickr 15-1504 by jwheckert, on Flickr 15-1503 by jwheckert, on Flickr 15-1502 by jwheckert, on Flickr 15-1500 by jwheckert, on Flickr IMG_2486 by jwheckert, on Flickr IMG_2485 by jwheckert, on Flickr
  3. SATCHLER VIDEO 25 TRIPOD 150MM BOWL TRIPOD, LEGS and SPREADER. It's and older model. A few scuffs here and there but functions flawlessly. handle rosette has some wear but functions perfectly when properly tightened even with camera mounted. No case. $2,900 or best offer. IMG_1402 by jwheckert, on Flickr IMG_1403 by jwheckert, on Flickr IMG_1400 by jwheckert, on Flickr
  4. Hello, I shot Rockabilly High School while at film school. I was inspired by the lighting of the 1950's 16mm educational films. It wasn't meant to look realistic by contemporary standards. I wanted the audience to see the lighting. I was going for a highly stylized look, on NO budget. I paid for the film stock, a car to wreck and equipment everything else was free. I bought some cheap Arri knock offs, most were broken in one way or another through out the production. The 650 type Arri's with a fresnel lens lit most shots. I also used some Sylvania open faced 1k's from the 1960's. Film's not like video I had to shoot 200ASA Vision 2 film indoors at F4 to keep the grain to a minimum and the Image quality from the 12-120 acceptable. I used the Arri BL with a blimped lens modified by Bernie for Ultra16. It looks amateur because it was. I didn't have a crew mainly just me and a sound guy, occasionally the director would show up. it was fun to make and I learned alot. I'll include the link below. I've just completed shooting my first feature on Super16mm "In the House of Madness, a 90min horror comedy. It's a send off to European/American horror films of the 1980's. It's by far a superior production. https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=Fy7q17-F-mw
  5. Found a old diagram via the wayback machine. a snapshot of cineasst.com circa 2003. http://videoassist by jwheckert, on Flickr
  6. You'll be able to import 2k prorez444 and work with it in FCP 7 but wont be able to output prorez444 only 422.
  7. I've never seen one like it either. It does seem to be well made. It allows the viewfinder to swing to the other side. It was made by a company in Toronto Canada by the name of CineAsst. They also serviced the camera it came on. They don't seem to have a website anymore. I'll try to contact Bernie at Super16 he's in upstate New York not far from Toronto Canada.
  8. IMG_1370 by jwheckert, on Flickr http://IMG_1374 by jwheckert, on Flickr http://IMG_1371 by jwheckert, on Flickr
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