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Bravo Michael Nwosu

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  1. @Dan Finlayson thank you! These are very encouraging words. Still lots to study/learn but also learning to be more open on shooting days. Thank you for taking the time out of your schedule to watch. I'll be sure to share more whenever the time comes 🙏🏾
  2. Thanks @charles pappas the star cross filter effect was pretty wild in that shot!
  3. Hello, I shared my first 16mm film with you all in 2019 (https://cinematography.com/index.php?/topic/80373-my-first-16mm-shot-film-147-would-love-your-thoughtsfeedback/&tab=comments#comment-513161, and like promised I shot my next film on 16mm again. 2nd time shooting film was a little less nerve-wrecking than the first. I felt that with the first I was having more fun, but with this one I was more rigid (mostly due to limited finances because of the pandemic). Shot with an ARRIFLEX BL on 700’ of 500T Vision 3 (rated 200ASA). Lenses Used: Carl Zeiss 9.5MM S16 Super-speeds (90% of the
  4. Thank you. Everything I shot was given back on one roll.
  5. Thank you for the insight. I believe that is exactly what happened, and I will check the gate thoroughly next time
  6. Hello, I recieved my scans a few days ago, and noticed brown consistent line (shifting) running down the edge of the frame for about 370' of a roll. I had two rolls processed and the other (300') does not have this issue. I used two separate mags, so the lab is suggesting that the line or 'scratch' is a result of the mag that was used. I'm not too familiar with this issue so I am unsure, but I did painfully un-spool my order, and found no line of the sort with either my eye, nor a magnifying glass. I wanted to post a few screenshots here to run it by this community just to have some
  7. Thank you very much. And thanks for linking that thread. The set I'm looking at has the 10, 50, 75 and 25 (f1.4). I'm sure the 50 & 75 are good, just got to check the 10 and 25!
  8. Thank you! And yes I'm also noticing on the manual these lenses are said to work
  9. Thanks for your answer. This particular set has 10,25, 50, 75 thought I am unsure as to the make year. Also, is there a way to know if a lens touches the mirror before activating the camera? or is it a trial and error sort of deal?
  10. Right! Du All Camera says Standards will fit in a Bayonet Mount camera. And I got a reply firsthand from someone who says, these specific Schneider's fit in their Arriflex 16BL (Bayonet Mt.).
  11. Just found this! So would you say using Arri Schneider-Kreuznach Cine-Xenons would be dangerous on a 16BL. They're in my area andI cant find any Bayonet's to rent. Lenses in question (not buying, but example): https://www.calkovsky.com/sold-super-16-schneider-arriflex-lens-set-10mm-16mm-25mm-35mm-50mm-75mm-bmpcc-lenses/
  12. Howdy, Just wanted to see if anyone has any expericne with the Arri Schneider-Kreuznach's (Arri-Standard, originally for Arriflex 16S) fitting on an Arriflex 16BL (Bayonet Mount). I know I've read that Arri-Standard's usually fit on the Bayonet, but wanted to check in about these specific lenses. Thank you. Here are the lenses in question. https://www.sharegrid.com/newyork/l/2926-arri-schneider-kreuznach-16mm-set-covers-bmpcc-10-25-50-75
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