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Hey everybody, I'm trying to find a matte box to use for an upcoming project (whenever that might be considering this pandemic), and in the process I was offered an old Super16 camera matte box for 15mm Studio rods at a good price. I've seen brackets available that allow you to use a 15mm LWS matte box on 19mm and 15mm Studio rods, but I'm curious if there are any options to use a 15mm Studio matte box with 15mm LWS rods. I imagine this is possible even with the offset, but I wouldn't know. Should I pass?
Shooting with Sony F5, the idea is to have a final film with a cinemascope look once it'll be projected. I know I can't have the choice but to shoot with the native aspect ration of 17:9 of the F5, I'll so put the letterboxing markers (2.4) that crops the native aspect ratio. My question is: do I lose lots of resolution once I put 2.4 mattes on the 17:9 native to create the cinemascope look? What could be the solutions? If I shoot 4K external could be a better compromise to the loss of resolution? Since I'm recording with an higher resolution then the internal 2K? (When I set the mat
MB14 19mm Swing Away Mattebox MB-14 Set for 19 mm Rods, K0.59971.0 Basic Module: 19 mm K2.42149.0 incl. Filter Stage for 6.6“ x 6.6“ four filters, K4.42217.0 4x filter frames 6.6“ x 6.6“: 2x geared K4.47076.0 2x non-geared K4.47074.0 French Flag Holder, K5.42218.0) [*]Mask Set 18 – 180 mm, K2.42306.0 [*]Flexible drive shaft, K2.34890.0 [*]3-Filter Stage (6.6“ x 6.6“) K2.42287.0 two rotatable as a pair, one rotatable individually all slidable; fits R1 rings with ø 165 mm & F1 Filter Frames [*]6.6“ x 6.6“ Filter frame, geared spare K4.47076.0 [*]2 x 6.6“ x 6.6“ Filter Fram