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Patrick Baldwin

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  1. This might be of interest. https://www.newsshooter.com/2020/08/25/calling-the-shot-with-jefcharts/
  2. http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?366994-Sony-F3-S-Log-4444-PLUS-accesories
  3. You would have to budget for all the Horlicks you would need in order to sleep at night....
  4. Every day is world back up day in my workflow.
  5. Incredible sky. I might start running if I saw that coming.
  6. I don't think this is anything to do with camera shutter speeds. It's your playback that is causing the stuttering. If it plays back on the camera properly then you know its the way you are trying to playback via a DVD through your TV. Your TV is having to decompress the footage on the fly and cannot cope. If I have understood correctly I am amazed it plays back at all.I don't think this is anything to do with camera shutter speeds. It's your playback that is causing the stuttering. If it plays back on the camera properly then you know its the way you are trying to playback via a DVD through your TV. Your TV is having to decompress the footage on the fly and cannot cope. If I have understood correctly I am amazed it plays back at all.
  7. Rode mics are emphatically not trash! However, avoid the NTG2. Very low sensitivity. An NTG3 is a very viable alternative to the 416
  8. This might help: https://blog.discogs.com/en/side-by-side-test-vinyl-record-cleaning-solutions/ I cannot remember what solution was in my Nitti Gritti setup. It is a long time since I cleaned them and haven't needed to do it again since.
  9. The best way by far to clean records is with an actual record cleaning machine using the correct fluids. Then change the sleeves for anti static sleeves. I have also had good success removing static with a Zerostat anti static pistol but I'm not sure they make them anymore. It is some years since I went through all my records and cleaned them with my Nitti Gritti cleaner. There are various machines at varying prices depending on how much automation you want. They all basically vacuum the cleaning liquids off once the cleaning process has been completed. I think there might even be an ultrasonic cleaner these days. I don't think the method you described is a good way at all.
  10. There is a podcast here: https://gocreativeshow.com/cinematography-of-joker-with-lawrence-sher/ where the reasons for shooting digital are discussed. Well worth a listen.
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