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  1. Hi I'm looking for the following ARRI SR3 accessories. If anyone has any leads it would be greatly appreciated. $ Arri 15mm Clip-on Mini Rods Arri "Piggyback" On-board Battery Adapter Arri Right Side Grip w/ Start/Stop Shutter Adjustment Tool Arri Heated Eyecup On-Board SR3 Batteries + Charger Thanks Cale
  2. Hello everyone, i wonder if there is someone who knows of rentals or camera owners in Scotland who have 16mm equipment. Arri SR, 416 or Aaton would do it. I'm going to Edinburgh in July for a film shoot but the budget is tight and bringing everything from London is also an issue. Any suggestions or comments would be highly appreciated. Thanks, Arseni
  3. Hi there everyone,Greetings and a very happy new year. I am coming up with a feature shoot where there is a small under water 'fantasy' sequence (ok, clue is a mermaid in the sea).Logistics wise we are not ready to go and shoot either in sea or in a swimming pool. Couple of years back, I guess in 2009, there was an awesome thread on CML about shooting dry for wet. That thread is buried under 8000emails and I cant locate it. I need advice of all you experience cinematographers about how best to cheat and give it an underwater look.I will submit the following for your consideration:-a) it is a fantasy sequence. doesn't have to look like a real underwater.b) no long takes. just inserts/reactions and Medium shots of the artist underwater. What we have is - a studio space, lights, fans, grips and an awesome art director, Arri SR3. We do not wish to go the digital route in creating bubbles etc. Looking forward for your tips. regards Prashantt Rai
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