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Luis Hartmann

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  1. Sorry for only getting back to this thread now. By now only the rushes from the project are left, so the grabs are quite compressed. The short I used them on was also more than one and a half years ago (feels like 3 with the pandemic), so I don't exactly remember my exact setup. Material was 7219 and lens was a 25mm Superspeed Mk3, shot at around 4-5.6 if my memory serves me right. Here's a link to a scene where I either overexposed by 2 Stops and used a BPM 1/8, or overexposed by 2/3s of a stop and didn't use a BPM. As I can't find the camera report anymore, you'll have to guess what is what. -I know, I know, very scientific. However, what you'll realize looking at the grabs, is that they don't look that different. My take is, that if you want to have your diffusion stand out more on 16mm, it might make sense to favour stronger filters over what you are used to from digital, as 16mm is usually "softer" from the get go. If it doesn't need to have a highly diffused look, I think diffusion filters aren't that necessary. Of course this depends on what material you use, what lens, what stop, how you expose and what kind of lighting is used... These are just my feelings and thoughts, not scientificly proven at all, so if anybody feels I'm in the wrong, you are welcome to correct me! Next year I'll do a camera test with some diffusions and report back.
  2. Hey Moritz I recently used a 1/8 and 1/4 BPM for a shoot, pm me your E-Mail address and I‘ll send you some grabs!
  3. Hey All, I'm looking for a Bolex H16 SBM in good condition. These seem to have become quite rare and are sold on ebay for ridiculous prices above the 3000$ mark. So if any of you can offer me a good deal for one, I'd be very happy. I'm located in Germany and willing to pay for shipping. Thank you!
  4. Hey guys, I'm looking to buy some original Kodak A-wind film for my A Minima. Alternatively I would also buy the plastic spools which came with the film, I'd need 4 of them.
  5. Currently looking for a Super 8 camera with a very small form factor, the Chinon Pocket 8 should be the right one. It originally was possible to buy this camera with a set of additional lenses, including an anamorphic adapter, which is very intriguing to me. The camera was also sold under the names of "Revue", "Bauer" and "Porst". I've attached an image of the set, taken from Super8wiki. Thanks!
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