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Hamid Khozouie

Shooting f:1.4

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Older lenses, like the Panavision C-Series do vignette a bit (depends of the width of the lens as well), but there is no vignetting anymore with modern lenses.

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If you're shooting Super-16 for a blow-up to 35mm, then some of these issues become more critical. I shot one feature in Super-16 for an optical blow-up to 35mm and found that the 16mm Zeiss Super-Speeds visibly dropped off in sharpness below an f/2.0, so I tried to shoot at an f/2.8 for most of the movie.

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