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I'm selling this used Easyrig Cinema 3 with 5" extended arm (rated 17-24lbs). I've installed the new easyrig quick release to it, and it comes with the 3 extra ball studs as seen here - https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1410621-REG/easyrig_erig_ea033_q_quick_release_camera_hook.html I also had a new line installed when I installed the quick release, so functionally this unit is as new. Comes with a spare line, and the original Easyrig hook as well. I got this with the backpack style Easyrig bag instead, as I prefer carrying it that way personally, fits great. Asking $3000 USD or $4000CAD within North America + shipping. I am located in Vancouver, BC, but head to the U.S. often. I'd prefer to use transferwise if possible, but paypal works too potentially. Feel free to shoot me any questions, thanks!
I watched the first episode, now the second. Looks good. Feels very modern, makes the previous ST's "outdated" :) (except J.J's Trek and after). It is entertaining for me, won't comment/hair-split on story, character, acting... Maybe it needs some time to fine tune, find its footing. Hell, even when i rewatched TNG form start i felt Picard was "wobbly". Your thoughts? PS: Before posting this i finished the second - it IS VERY promising. At the end of it is a trailer segment on what awaits in this season.
I'm talking about the look of the sun synonomous with Terrence Malick films. It was all of The Tree of Life, showed up a few times in To the Wonder, and I'm pretty sure a similar technique was used in Mud. When the sun is in frame, it appears to have a circle of very defined lines portruding around it. How is this effect achieved? I know that Tree of Life shot using Ultra Primes, is this result achieved by stopping down the UPs? Or is this effect achieved using a filter? Let me know your thoughts! http://www.moviola.org/images/TreeofLife.png http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/american-society-of-cinematographers-award-the-tree-of-life-best-cinematography-of-2011/ (The effect can be seen in both these stills) Best, Drew