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F900R Feature Films?

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Looking for features done on the F900R. Only one I know of is Rachel Getting Married.

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The F900 and the F900R are very similar. There are A LOT of movies shot on the F900 series cameras. 

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10 hours ago, Andrew Skalak said:

"Dogville"

This site seems to list a few others: https://www.nextwavefilms.com/ulbp/bullfront.html

All of those films were the F900 not the R. Dogville was the F900/3

8 hours ago, Tyler Purcell said:

The F900 and the F900R are very similar. There are A LOT of movies shot on the F900 series cameras. 

Yes, but there is IMHO quite enough of a difference in the images and toolset to warrant them to be two different cameras

 

The 900R has far better dynamic range handling and an overall cleaner image.

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49 minutes ago, Mike Krumlauf said:

The 900R has far better dynamic range handling and an overall cleaner image.

Do you own both? 

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Just now, Tyler Purcell said:

Do you own both? 

I've owned 1 Original F900, 2 F900/3s, one of which was the Panavision Model, and I currently own the F900R So i'm well versed in that lineage of camera. Why do you ask?

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12 hours ago, Mike Krumlauf said:

I've owned 1 Original F900, 2 F900/3s, one of which was the Panavision Model, and I currently own the F900R So i'm well versed in that lineage of camera. Why do you ask?

Oh just wondering, a lot of people come on here and haven't used them before. I have used the F900 a bit, but never the R. 

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I think the big advantage of the R model is that it has digital video out over SDI. The earlier models only had analog video out which required 3 cables.

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56 minutes ago, Bruce Greene said:

I think the big advantage of the R model is that it has digital video out over SDI. The earlier models only had analog video out which required 3 cables.

That is one of the big advantages. Their are many more... seriously the R is leaps and bounds an all around better camera than the original F900. The body itself is even lighter than my Varicam H.

 

Oh bruce, speaking of that, I got a Zeiss Digizoom and a Canon HJ21x7.5 Cine lens for my Varicam H and F900R :)

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