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    Project completed: ...

    Project completed:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imJ9QgOJHzY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imJ9QgOJHzY
  2. What camera are you using it on and what aspect...

    What camera are you using it on and what aspect ratio are you targeting in your deliverable? It's important to remember that without a tall aspect ratio sensor, you're most likely not going to see...
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    This thread has gone wayyyy off the rails.

    This thread has gone wayyyy off the rails.
  4. Thanks for that. It just further confirms to me...

    Thanks for that. It just further confirms to me that the 100mm isn't on the same level as the 40 and 60mm.
  5. Be sure you're in legacy mode so your LUT gets...

    Be sure you're in legacy mode so your LUT gets applied to a RWG/Log3g10 image and not that weird image you get in IPP2 if you set it to "none" on the contrast and roll-off.
  6. While I wait for the email, what's been improved...

    While I wait for the email, what's been improved on Helium since 8.0?
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    I'm on the latest and I have the same result....

    I'm on the latest and I have the same result. When I switch the debayer over from Resolve to Arri, it crashes the program, too.
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    Can confirm. I bought 3 of them last year at this...

    Can confirm. I bought 3 of them last year at this price.
  9. Seems like T4 is the ideal place to be on these....

    Seems like T4 is the ideal place to be on these. The 40 and 60mm can hang at 2.8 but the 100mm definitely needs to be at a T4 for me.
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    Two different sensor readout speeds is going to...

    Two different sensor readout speeds is going to be a total pain for 3D.
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    Might be a little jittery. But the beauty of a...

    Might be a little jittery. But the beauty of a small camera is you can always bulk it up. But you can't slim down a big cam, that's for sure.
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    Sticky: I have Simmod mounts. Zero flex when you have a...

    I have Simmod mounts. Zero flex when you have a locking EF. You can get one for the pocket from Metabones. With the Metabones there's some ways to secure it to your rail system. Either by a rail...
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    There was a mistake on the format compare for a...

    There was a mistake on the format compare for a minute that you might have seen, but Phil got it corrected literally within minutes of me notifying him. Helium, Dragon 6K, and Gemini 5K are all in...
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    Good guess. I believe it says "DO NOT OBSTRUCT"

    Good guess. I believe it says "DO NOT OBSTRUCT"
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    From the movie Limitless....

    From the movie Limitless. But it's exactly like you describe - 3 cams with a wide, normal, and tele lens. Then they moved the cameras a block to the next intersection and did it again, then again and...
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    Sticky: The name plate threads in like a lens filter...

    The name plate threads in like a lens filter. You need a rubber tool for it. You can make your own with a rubber stopper that you carve out the middle to clear the front element, like the guy in the...
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    Yeah IMDb should never be trusted for that. A...

    Yeah IMDb should never be trusted for that. A recent example:

    "PSA for film tech nerds: for those who have been mentioning the IMDb tech specs page for #KnivesOut, it has several flat-out errors...
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    The lens mount on the camera side is fixed. So...

    The lens mount on the camera side is fixed. So the bottom two are impossible.

    Unless their solution involves modifying the existing mount, you will have to somehow secure the adapter/Revolva to...
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    These have been linked several times in this...

    These have been linked several times in this thread before. They're BP-A and not BP-900 series.
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    Securing mounts/adapters is a solution many...

    Securing mounts/adapters is a solution many cage/accessory companies have already figured out.
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    I'm a big fan of thinking about these things in...

    I'm a big fan of thinking about these things in terms of absolute degrees of Angle of View. It's format agnostic. It avoids the concept of a "master" format and it also avoids getting emotionally...
  22. https://www.red.com/sample-r3d-files

    https://www.red.com/sample-r3d-files
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    Crop factor is a ratio in which you can compare a...

    Crop factor is a ratio in which you can compare a larger format to a smaller format. This term grew out of the film photography world when comparing "full frame", as in 135 35mm format film to APS-H,...
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    When talking coverage, you should only look at...

    When talking coverage, you should only look at maximum format diagonals, regardless of aspect ratio, since FF optics are designed to cover the full 3:2, not some cropped down version of Full Frame.
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    It's not a lens designed for short flange...

    It's not a lens designed for short flange distances, so you're better off buying the EF mount version so you can use a speedbooster, canon's EF to RF adapter with built in ND, or other...
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