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  1. I’m shooting with V3 500T 7219 this weekend and I haven’t been able to find a good source of information regarding using LED fixtures (Lite Mat Plus 1 S2, Hive Wasp-100C, Quasar Q-LED) on film. According to the Kodak via the Vision 3 brochure it states “If the kind of lamp is unknown, a KODAK WRATTEN2 Color Compensating Filter CC30R + CC20Y can be used with an exposure index (EI) of 250. Light Source Exposure Index “ which seems like a safer bet, however I was going to mix in a few Tungsten fixtures for hard light. Has anyone worked with these LED lamps and V3 500T? Or any thoughts on how to rate them? Most of the lamps will be colored to 3200K but a couple will be 5600K. Ideally the LED fixtures would be helpful to make small soft sources. Unfortunately, I don’t have time to test this week before hand, so any advice would be appreciated. Also this will be 24fps only. I’m aware that the CRI is an important factor in this. Also I’m assuming color temp is going to effect my rating. I’m going to reach out to a couple manufactures and see what they recommend as well. Thanks
  2. Hey Everyone, Im selling my Bolex H16 Reflex camera body. It has been full serviced, so no need to send it for any type of repair. The prism was replaced with a bran new one when I sent it for a CLA. Camera comes with: -Pistol Grip -Flat base adapter -Filters -Single frame trigger Asking price is $550 + shipping I can send more pictures on request
  3. Hi There! I'm selling two batches of expired, unopened 16mm film stocks. Most are vintage stocks. Shipping is free and they would be shipped using the US postal service only to the lower 48 states. Batch 1: 12 Rolls of Expired Vintage 16mm Film Stocks - 100' rolls $119.00 5 X Vision 3 500T/7219 2 X Vision 3 200T/7213 2 X Kodak ESTAR Base HQ Microfilm 1 X Kodak EXR 50D/7245 1 X Kodak Ektachrome/7242 1 X Kodak Kodachrome II One of the Vison 3 500T boxes has the paper worn and torn off but appears completely unopened. Buy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/650732138/12-rolls-of-expired-vintage-16mm-film Buy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/650732138/12-rolls-of-expired-vintage-16mm-film Batch 2: 11 Rolls of Vintage Expired 16mm Film Stocks - 100' rolls $139.00 3 X Kodak Ektachrome/7242 (perforated both edges) (100 ft) 3 X Kodachrome 25 (100 ft) 2 X Eastman Ektachrome Commercial / 7252 (100 ft) 2 X Eastman Color Negative / 7254 (perforated both edges) (100 ft) 1 X Kodachrome II (100 ft) Buy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/653128152/11-rolls-of-vintage-expired-16mm-film Buy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/653128152/11-rolls-of-vintage-expired-16mm-film
  4. Hello, I would like to hear some advice, tips.. About 16mm film Vision 3 and it's grain. I recently shot a roll of 100 feet of Vision 3 250D and it turned out great for a Krasnogorsk K3 that I bought for $70 on ebay. I noticed grain specially in the shadows even when I was exposing for middle gray or 18% gray and I had enough light. Nothing wrong with grain. I understand is part of the texture of film and I like it. What I don't like is that after color grading the video (2k, ProRes 444) The grain was moving a lot and it was more like RGB grain than the organic look of film grain. Here is the story: I got to the place where I shot this when the sun was setting. I prepared for shooting and by that time the sun was behind a mountain and I didn't have any specular light. But being Vision 3 250D I was still getting good numbers in the meter. (Sekonic 558). ASA: 250 Frame Speed: 24 Shutter Angle: 150 Apertures: f11 at the beginning, f8 15minutes later, f5.6, etc. I mean there was enough light to expose the film properly. The meter was not suggesting apertures like f1.4 or f1, but I still can notice this grainy areas. Is this normal? Was it because of the time of the day or light conditions? What would you do in that situation? Over expose and then pull in processing? Is it a post production problem? Also do you sharp the image when downscaling from 2k to 1080? I know it's supposed to be almost the same but the image was much larger than the 1080 frame. I can live with that, but I would like to learn more and hopefully get even better results when shooting film. It was my first time with 16mm by the way. Thanks you guys for sharing info and advice. You Tube: http://youtu.be/SKxsLj_p1Jk Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/cs9ipoxxervacqp/K3%20Wide.mp4?dl=0 You Tube softens the image to a point where grain is almost imperceptible so I'm including a file that you can download if you wanna take a look closer.
  5. 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.
  6. Hi, I'm currently in pre-production on a "kitchen-sink" social realism drama and I'm looking at films like 'Fish Tank' and 'This is England' as visual references for the look of this film. I want to use the flat and dry colour palettes used in these films to create a similar mood and atmosphere for my film. Eventhough my influences are from an 80's style, this is a creative choice for a film with a contemporary story. I will be testing the Sony F55 and the Blackmagic distagon lenses next week to see if this would be a possible substitute for shooting 16mm film as this would be too expensive. I've been told that this would change my depth of field and that I'll be shooting with a 2x crop. The majority of this short film will be shot ecu - mids with occasional wides as it's quite a close and intimate story. I'm just wondering if anyone has any suggestions or advice in regards to my approach? Here are a few visual references. Fish Tank: http://66.media.tumblr.com/f87e91f7a39493982b2c3d601ca6b463/tumblr_mn65qzTtXA1s6aghro1_1280.jpg https://cinenthusiast.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/fishtank.jpg This is England: http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/thisisenglandpedia/images/6/68/Article-1285850004888-0b6ab43e000005dc-948583_636x361.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20150928011720 http://esquireuk.cdnds.net/15/37/980x490/980x490-this-is-england-90-finale-43-jpg-6b3a7d05.jpg (Sorry for the links - this has been sent by mobile) Thanks and any help is much appeciated! Matt
  7. I was featured on Kodak's Instagram feed today which was cool. I came up with a new use for an old fish tank. https://www.instagram.com/p/BKD3ihkBD6k/?taken-by=kodak_shootfilm&hl=en
  8. Hey everybody, On another thread awhile ago I saw somebody looking for advice on how to achieve that "Kodachrome look" when there aren't many reversal options left. There was a great suggestion to try making a print of the negative, and transferring THAT. Has anybody done this, and does anybody have any links to the results? 20 years ago in film school, I remember getting a 16mm work print transferred to VHS (!) and I remember it looked cool, but that was a long time ago and I don't still have it. I would love to see iif this is worth doing, or if it's too much hassle / expense for something that could maybe be achieved just as well or better in a standard telecine with the right colorist, etc. I'm shooting a Super-16 film later this month and I, too, would love that heavily saturated reversal "look". Thanks so much for any advice, Bo Price
  9. Hi guys!! Any info on the film below? I understand its panchromatic. Dont know why must be opened in green light. My main interes is knowing the ASA rate to shoot it, any clue? pic: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/75924922/2013-12-18%2019.08.23.jpg Bests!! Andrés México City
  10. Hello, New to both the forum as well as the 16mm film process itself. I look forward to learning a great deal from both the existing topics as well as thru my questions to you. Film stock and processing Where do purchase the majority of your 16mm film stock (online)? Where do you have your processing work done? Just as an fyi, I recently inhereited my grandfathers Bolex H16 Reflex
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