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  1. HI all, I am currently working of music video and have various scenes where I need to overlay a computer face on an old monitor in after effects. The problem I have been having is that it looks a bit off to me, which you may be able to see from the example I've attached. I think this is in large part due to the shape which need to be three dimensional not looking right. I have used a bulge effect but doesn't seem to give the impression of a symmetrical rounded shape and I think looks slightly off quilter. If anyone has any ideas of how I could improve this I would be very interested to hear. Thanks.
  2. I am working on the new fourth edition of "Lighting for Digital Video and Television," published by Focal Press, Here is a link to the third edition on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Lighting-Digital-Video-Television-Jackman/dp/0240812271/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8 The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd editions have been extremely good sellers and are used as textbooks for many college filmmaking/television production courses. I am seeking good behind the scenes photos of actual lighting setups, especially those that demonstrate a solution to a problem. Even from my own productions, it's hard to find good BTS shots that show lighting unless the still photographer has been instructed to capture that -- most BTS show actors and camera, but very little of the lighting setup. This edition will substantially expand coverage of LED instruments, which of course is an area that has exploded in the last decade. The 2010 edition showed studio LED panels, but other LED instruments such as we have now didn't really even exist. So also interested in photos that show use of LED instruments. No pay but full credit for DP/lighting director whose setup is shown and for photographer. Contact me at john@inspiratafilms.com. Thanks!
  3. I just got a Photo Sonics 1VN (action master 200) in unknown condition and no batteries. What kind of battery (voltage/amps) the original uses inside the "shoulder mount" adapter which is supposedly meant for sports high speed filming? the battery case itself is there but the cells are removed. I am planning to fit NiMh cells there once I know the voltage and power needed. and, is there some of the original lubricants available anymore or some alternatives for the movement? I won't use it regularly even if I get it working but may have to use it in cold temperatures (about -20°C or so) . maybe a 200ft roll once a month or so...
  4. FOR SALE Bollex S221 Sound Projector 16 mm OVERALL DIMENSIONS: Cover closed: 20 1/2" x 11" x 17"; Cover removed, with reels: 25 1/2" x 17" x 31" WEIGHT: Approximately 55 lbs. CONSTRUCTION: Cast aluminum; Two-tone grey finish; Carrying handle; Detachable cover lid with built-in 8" speaker; Illuminated controls. REEL CAPACITY: Accommodates up to 2000 ft reels. Top reel arm folds downward for storage. THREADING: Simple manual threading with pushbutton sprockets; Engraved diagrams illustrate the path for threading sound or silent film. POWER: 110 V, 50/60 Hz LAMP: 110 V 750 or 1000 Watt projection lamp; 4 V 0.75 amp optical sound lamp. Modern replacement: DDB 120V/750W or DFT 120V/1000W projection bulb; BFX 4V/3W optical sound bulb. LENS: Interchangeable lenses; Originally supplied with a Paillard-Bolex 50mm f/1.3 Hi-Fi lens. 35mm f/1.3 and 70mm f/1.6 lenses were also available. VARIABLE SPEED: 16 to 24 frames per second forward projection. Rapid motor rewind of threaded film. SOUND: Playback of optical or magnetic sound track; Records or erases magnetic track. Optical sound head: 50 to 7,000 Hz +/- 3 decibels. Magnetic sound head: 50 to 10,000 Hz +/- 3 decibels. 15 Watt, seven-tube amplifier; Separate controls for treble, bass and volume. OTHER FEATURES: Automatic frame counter; Two or three blade shutter switch; Built-in illuminated stroboscope for precise setting of 18 and 24fps; Height and level adjustments can be made on all four feet; A table lamp can be attached which switches off when the projector is running and relights again when stopped. SUPPLIED WITH: Bolex microphone, Bolex earphones, (1) 2000ft reel, (1) 50mm Hi-Fi projection lens and speaker cover . faithfully luis bb gindre argentina bebeonline@hotmail.com / or my facebook directly bebe gindre http://www.bolexcollector.com/projectors/s211.html Bolex Collector | Projectors | S-211 www.bolexcollector.com Full Manual Online / free PDF http://www.film-tech.com/warehouse/manuals/BolexS-221_s.pdf
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