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  1. Hi, I just want to share link to Paul-Anthony Mille´s posthouse: http://kafardfilms.fr/film-stocks-processing/ He is doing so far, the cheapest work in Europe. 16mm - 400ft = 200 € 35mm - 400ft = 150 € (Prices are for developming, cleaning and 2K/4K scanning) Development is done by Hiventy lab, Paris and Paul is doing scans at his posthouse. I have not met Paul in person yet, I just want to share this cheap and great quality alternative on market 🙂 Many people already know Paul, but for those who not, this is the solution to keep you shooting film
  2. Hello, Hopefully an interesting question and not pure amateur hour ! More art less matter than the title: Can I achieve the feel and look of native 35mm when shooting on super16 (to blow up) ? Ideally a three part answer: A) Yes or no B) The inherent limits of s16 to 35 vs native 35 C) Bringing out the cook book with the old recipes of how different cameras, lenses, stock etc will produce such an effect and from there to infinity and beyond! As always thank you for your time! You are a treasure trove!
  3. Hello! This is my first post here on the forum and I would like to begin it by thanking everyone who posts on here; this forum has been a huge source of information for me, basically like the film school I couldn't afford, so yeah thanks everyone. I just recently acquired an Arri 2c, one that was advertised by the seller as a high speed model. It has the tachometer that reads up to 80fps, but from doing research on this forum and others, I understand that it is possible to attach that tach to a non high speed model. I've read that the only fool-proof way of determining if the camera is an actual high speed model is by the presence of four extra screws on the film gate that can adjust the pressure of the gate. But having been unable to find another picture of an Arri 2c gate to compare mine too, I'm unsure if the screws on my gate are the high speed ones or just the standard. Here's a pic of the gate on my 2c: Is this the high speed gate? And if so, is the combination of the gate and the 80fps tach enough to pretty much guarantee this is definitely a high speed model and is safe to run at 80fps? Just want to be sure, as I have a high speed motor on the way and would like to be sure of what I'm dealing with. Speaking of the high speed motor, I've read that it needs 32v to run at 80fps. At the risk of sounding silly, how exactly do I acquire 32v of power? I can't seem to find any 32v batteries that can connect to the high speed motor. (The cable for my motor has a 4 pin XLR). Is it a case where I would need to have a battery specially fashioned? Anyone who has any experience running a 2c at high frame rates, your help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  4. ARRI 535B - 3perf + 4perf – Complete Kit This set runs perfectly and has been checked and serviced by Georg Bogner (Munich). At the moment the 3-perf-movement is installed. But the set also includes a 4-perf-movement as well. FEATURES OF THE ARRI 535 • Silent Sound Sync camera (under 24 db). • In-camera ARRI Glow for 9 formats (there is no need to physically change the glow mask. It can be done easily in-camera using the CCU-1). • Electronic shutter. The camera uses an electronic shutter and can be programmed to ramp up or down. • Speed ramping from 3fps to 50fps with individual steps of 0.001 frame. The exposure will stay constant as it is being compensated for by the electronic shutter. • Shutter ramping from 11 to 180 degrees. Ramping can be programmed or changed during the shot. • Beam splitter: Options are 10/90, 90/10 or 50/50. The 535 is the only ARRI camera that offers a 50/50 beam splitter. • SMPTE Timecode and ARRI time code system (timecode module is included in this auction). • Swingover Viewfinder System and In-Camera Contrast Filter Kit includes: ARRI ARRI 535 B with IVS (PAL), Tophandle etc. SN 5164 ARRI 3perf movement (mounted) SN 3P97 ARRI 4perf movement (additional) ARRI 2 120m Magazine M-11 with Case SN 4857 + 5161 ARRI 2 300m Magazine M-10 with Case SN 8812 + 9168 ARRI 2 Steadycam-Magazines 122m LM 1 SN 6202 + 6084 And further accessories: ARRI SCU-1 ARRI VCU-1 ARRI groundglass 1.78, ARRI GLOW ARRI groundglass 2.35, ARRI GLOW ARRI Viewfinder Extension FE-3 SN 1064 ARRI Timecode TC Cabel XLR Fischer ARRI Raincape ARRI CCU-1 Computer Control Unit ARRI CCU-Cable 30m ARRI Eyepiece Leveller EL-3 ARRI CCU cable short more cable for SCU and Antiflicker ARRI RCU-1 Remote Control Unite ARRI RCU Cable ARRI RCU Manual ARRI PL Port Cap ARRI 535 Flight Case Please check the pictures and make an offer: https://www.zonerama.com/Link/Album/5125762
  5. Hello , Is anyone selling an arricam lt? Please send me a pm if it's the case. Thanks! Kimon
  6. Up for sale , a Moviecam 400ft /122m Steadicam Magazine. Works well without any problems. Normal signs of usage. Send a PM with your offer.
  7. Hey Everyone, I am looking to source a Aaton Penelope. I am located in Toronto, Ontario Canada so if someone is selling on within Canada that would be best but I am willing to ship as well. Thanks for your time, Mack
  8. Hello everyone, My friend Fred and I wanted to go out and do a camera test on my ARRICAM. My other friend and her dog were in town visiting at the time, and we thought they had a cool story to tell. One thing led to another, we ended up making this tiny little documentary call Zema. Check it out if you are interested: Shot in one day with only available light. Tested 6fps, 24fps and 48fps on Kodak 5207 and 5219 stock with Zeiss Superspeeds MKIII. Film processed at the Kodak lab Pinewood Studios. Would love to hear your thoughts. Share it if you like it! Cheers, and have a nice day! Tsering
  9. "The number of ads shot on film and processed at Cinelab doubled in 2018 to around 350, and there was an increase in pop promos to 50-plus, many shot on Super 8 and Super 16 as well as 35mm." https://www.broadcastnow.co.uk/tech/film-stages-digital-fightback/5135915.article#.XEHdhn_xPh0.twitter So film is far from dead.
  10. Thought a few of you might be interested in my new toy at work; A 35mm Colormaster Prismatic Analyser. Just spent the last 3 hectic days assisting Media Migration Technology (formerly RTI) install our new system. It replaces one of our HFC 300D Hazeltine analyzers that was inoperative and allows me to return to electronic grading of negatives instead of grading them by eye over a light table.
  11. I've been trying to set up my gmt-s to drive a smart slate. the Origin C+ is definitely feeding data to it (show ID, start TC etc), however I've noticed that the FPS is definitely controlled by the tiny dial inside the GMT-S (see attached photo). Does anyone have a diagram or know what dial settings = what base timecode FPS?
  12. Far From The Madding Crowd, directed by Thomas Vinterberg and photographed by Charlotte Bruus Christensen. IMDB http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2935476/?ref_=ttfc_fc_tt Trailer Synopsis In Victorian England, the independent and headstrong Bathsheba Everdene attracts three very different suitors: Gabriel Oak, a sheep farmer; Frank Troy, a reckless Sergeant; and William Boldwood, a prosperous and mature bachelor. I am going to let this post open because I need to be able to articulate a critic in a reasonable language rather than a critic full of WOWs and AMAZING. What I am going to say though is, if you like cinematography and photography, go and see it. Phil probably won't like it because of the "British hand - held indie camera work style" :P but it is very well done in this one and with a bit of analysis on the sequences. For me it has been one of those movies that open your mind and bring it to another level. More soon! Have a good day!
  13. Hi All, I'm still really new to the forum so I hope this is the right place to post this. I was wondering if anyone had any advice on buying 35mm in bulk. I'm still a student and I love having the student discount with Kodak, but is the student deal the best I'm going to find? I'm assuming for fresh stock it probably is. I know a lot of people on here shoot with expired stock, does anyone have any suggestions on where to find expired stock in bulk? Thanks so much, Thomas
  14. Dear Cinematographers, It can be seen in the films of Takeshi Kitano and Kiyoshi Kurosawa, among many others. Hausu, Ran, violent Cop, Hana-Bi, Cure - even Charisma, Ju-On, Ringu, and Pulse (Kairo) - and many others all have the same, distinctly Japanese '80s, '90s aesthetic - and not simply on account of the costumes and set decoration. It is a late night TV special kind of look, with faded tones. Other than that meager description, I cannot further elaborate - the aesthetic is too subtle. Therefore I must ask you who are greatly more experienced than I - was it by means of the cameras, lenses, and filters, or was it primarily the film? I would sincerely like to know for a feature on which I am presently working. Sincerely Grateful, Kurt Cassidy-Gabhart
  15. Please email sales@broadcastsolutions.com for pricing and details.
  16. Hi, Looking into purchasing a damaged 35mm camera body. I come from a mechanical engineering background and would love get my hands on something that i can try fixing as a project. Thanks.
  17. Canon CN-E Prime Lenses 24mm T1.5, 35mm T1.5, 50mm T1.5 In excellent condition. EF mount, covers S35 and full frame. Asking $3400 CAD ($2600 USD) each. Contact info@johnker.com. More photos available. Lenses are located in Toronto, Canada.
  18. Zeiss CP.2 35mm T1.5 Super Speed PL Mount - $3.800 Interchangeable EF Mount Set for Zeiss CP.2 35mm T1.5 Super Speed - $300 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6d...ew?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6d...ew?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6d...ew?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6d...ew?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6d...ew?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6d...ew?usp=sharing Very excellent condition.
  19. Zeiss Biotar 35mm f2 (Arri Standard Mount + PL Adapter) Zeiss Biotar 35mm f2 in Arriflex Standard Mount, plus PL adapter made by c7adapters.com. The adapter doesn't fit the Arri Amira/Alexa Mini PL Mount! Glass without scratches or fungus. Some dust particles inside. Smooth Aperture and focus rings. Arri Standard Mount + PL Adapter (PL Adapter doesn't fit Alexa MINI/Amira) Covers Super35mm film and sensors Price: 756$ Ebay Link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/173381486646?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649 Angenieux 12-120mm f2.2 - Cameflex Mount Glass is clean without scratches, haze or fungus. Focus, aperture and zoom rings run smooth. Slight wear on the body. Cameflex Mount Covers 16mm sensor. It also covers Super 16mm sensors, but it starts vignetting when focusing closer than 8 meters Price: 413$ Ebay link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/173381492080?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649 Samyang 800mm f8 - PL Mount Glass has no scretches, haze or fungus. The body has some wear. The lens has been professionally modified in order to be usable on PL Cameras. PL Mount Covers Super 35mm film and Sensors Price: 282$ Ebay link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Samyang-DX-Tele-Lens-800mm-f8-PL-Mount/173381496210 All lenses are located in Zürich, Swizterland. For any question feel free to email me at vanja.tognola (at) gmail (dot) com . To see more pictures, check the ebay link or ask me directly! I wish you all a wonderful day Vanja
  20. Looking for a 2 perf Arricam LT if anyone has one for sale. I have a 416 Plus that I could trade also. All the best, Evan
  21. Hello all, I'm looking for someone who could still make a film magazine barney. Lee at Cup Camera made a beautiful ARRIMAG 120 one for me about three years ago but I'm not sure he's still in business. Anyone know how to contact him or any other possible sources. Thanks a bunch! Steven Holloway Laurel, Maryland FilmFiction 301-362-1660
  22. Selling a few Arri 235 parts which I purchased for a camera kit that never came to fruition and since decided to invest in a Moviecam so I will no longer be needing these perfectly fine pieces which are not compatible with my system. These parts are very similar to the design and build of the last Arri 416 parts and are extremely well built. These are all brand new Arri parts from Germany, comes in original box. Posting here before I put them on eBay. For Sale: 1 x Arri 235 IVS (NTSC) 1 x Arri 235 IVS (PAL) 1 x Arri 235 UVF-1 (Switchable spherical/anamorphic optical viewfinder - very hard to find) Thanks
  23. Hi All, I was just wondering whether anyone would be able to comment on their experiences with both Cinelab London and iDailies. Ideally, I'm looking for those who have used both companies and would be able to provide some kind of comparison. I understand that the differences between the two will mostly boil down to pricing and service, but I wondered whether their telecines and scans differed at all. (They do both, Cinelab in particular, have a number of option with regards to the type of scan they will give you - HD, 2K Spirit, 4K, etc.) I'd be interested to know also whether people are mainly shooting 16mm or 35mm these days. I am planning to shoot a short up in the North York Moors so if anyone has any suggestions for any labs nearer to Yorkshire that would be great, although I am not sure that there are any left! Thank you all for your help! Cheers, Shahid
  24. $900 Or Best Offer. Very rare item, in very good condition. These were only made circa 1982 for the Arri 3C, but are compatible with the 2C as well. 24 or 25 fps crystal switchable. Or, switch to variable mode (non-crystal) for other speeds. I was told the small 4-pin port is for connecting a speed controller for getting crystal sync at other speeds. Powers from 12V 4-pin XLR connector. Can run forwards or reverse - it has a switch for that. It needs a phenolic gear to connect to the drive gear at the bottom of the camera, but that's included with this motor. The motor has captive screws to attach to your 2C or 3C. No power cable included. This item is currently in Los Angeles with a friend. Thanks, Rich
  25. MONO NO AWARE, cinema-arts NPO and film-positive community in Brooklyn is offering affordable accessible workshops this Spring in traditional film making. Workshops are all inclusive, equipment, film stock, processing, scanning, and premiere screening party. APRIL OFFERINGS + SHOOTING AND PROCESSING HI-CON FILM **NEW** + OPTICAL SOUND TRACKS : 16MM FILM MAKING WITH SOUND **NEW** + INTRODUCTION TO 16MM COLOR FILM MAKING WITH BOLEX REX-5 + STOP MOTION PUPPET ANIMATION ON 16MM COLOR FILM + DIRECT 'CAMERA-LESS' FILM MAKING TECHNIQUES + SUPER 8MM B/W REVERSAL FILM MAKING AND HAND PROCESSING We are a resource for rentals (XTR Prod, ACL, Rex-5+) film stock (Official Kodak distributor + short ends in 16mm and 35mm), equipment (Optical Printer, Steenbeck, etc), facilities (Contact printer, editing station) and processing right here in Brooklyn. To learn more visit: http://mononoawarefilm.com/workshops/
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