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Uli Meyer

Arriflex 435 Advanced slo-mo Test "ASY" warning.

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When I shot this 120fps 3perf test, an "ASY" warning appeared in the viewfinder of my Arriflex 435 Advanced. This indicates that the frame rate was not constant. I loaded a 400ft magazine with 200 feet of Vision 3 200T for the test, so the magazine was only loaded half. Could that be the cause for the warning? I'm happy with the result but curious what triggered it.

 

 

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High frame rates draw a lot of current, could be the battery voltage dipped a bit and the frame rate fluctuated slightly. At 130 fps you need more than 24V, so you were at the boundary.

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10 minutes ago, Dom Jaeger said:

High frame rates draw a lot of current, could be the battery voltage dipped a bit and the frame rate fluctuated slightly. At 130 fps you need more than 24V, so you were at the boundary.

Thanks Dom. Nothing to do with a half loaded mag then?

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