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Jon Diez Dominguez

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    Cinematographer
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    Madrid
  1. Hi, I am preparing a project with LED video-walls and camera tracking for realtime 3D backgrounds, very similar to the technology being used in "The Mandalorian" series (Disney +). We are considering shooting on film cameras (Kodak stock). For budgetary reasons we still do not know if we will use S16mm or 35mm. I am concerned about the synchrony between the camera and the LED video-walls. Using digital cameras we can all see immediately if there is any sync problem that causes flickering or subtle differences between the modules that conforms the video-walls. But I'm not sure what will happen using a film camera. Does anyone have experiences with 16 or 35 film cameras and LED video-walls? Have you used any system to synchronize the shutter of the camera with the screens? And using different camera speeds or shutter angles? Thanks for your help.
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