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Hey there 🙂 my name is Janosch Simon i still love 3D and have my 3D rig nearly running 🙂 the lenses i chose for the start were Olympus 14-42 EZ. i use them with 2 Blackmagic Micro Cinema Cameras side by side. Im fazinated by the idea of zooming while filming. That would be possible with the expansion port of the BMMCC but the quality of the lens and the lens mechanics is very bad 😞 then i saw that DZO makes some MFT cine zooms and now im looking or searching for a synchronoized focus and motor controler. Are you guys aware of any? i used google and searched here but perhabs i didnt use the right words 🙂 thx and take care Janosch Simon
I'm trying to build a stereo camera capture rig by following this article https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-a-camera-attachment-to-take-3D-Anaglyp/ In short this is the setup. Currently my problem is the beamsplitter, so I thought why not use 50% window tint film, I did some homework on it and they said it passed 50% of light that is projected on to it, I thought it is 50% transmissive and 50% reflective, however the seller sent me 20% window tint film which is quite dark than what I'm looking for. Also the reflective properties as not as good as I intended it to be, seems like window tint film is not the right choice as a beamsplitter alternative, or is it? Is there any other alternative for the beamsplitter, something that I can make with mirrors etc. that are not that hard to find.. Thanks in advance.
The London 3D Film Festival is a celebration of independent S3D film from across the globe, an opportunity for peers to meet, and a chance for the public to engage with the very best in Stereo 3D. L3DFF is run by a group of 3D professionals keen to promote the subtle artistry of what is the most significant development in cinema since the introduction of colour. For the 2014 Festival we will screen 3 programmes showcasing 50 shorts, premiere 2 independent 3D features, and 3 3D classics. We will also have a few surprises in store. The range and breadth of what we’ve seen has really impressed us, as it will you. Submissions open late August. Website: http://L3DFF.com Mailing List: http://bit.ly/L3DFFMailingList Twitter: https://twitter.com/L3DFF We hope to see you there!