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    Thanks! These are all Contax Zeiss 35mm f/2.8 or...

    Thanks! These are all Contax Zeiss 35mm f/2.8 or 50mm f/1.4 + Iscorama 36, except for the last 4 which are Cooke Speed Panchros + Iscorama 36. You can see that the Cookes are much lower contrast and...
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    Oof, that's hideous... Personally I don't get it,...

    Oof, that's hideous... Personally I don't get it, but I guess it must be someone's cup of tea.
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    Here's what I mean about the 'bubble' distortion,...

    Here's what I mean about the 'bubble' distortion, where the center of the frame bulges forward and the edges recede:

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    As far as I’m aware, there is no auto CA fix for...

    As far as I’m aware, there is no auto CA fix for motion picture footage like there is for stills. Other than CAC for 2/3” broadcast cameras. But with tracked power windows in color grading, it can be...
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    I guess we will have to agree to disagree then!...

    I guess we will have to agree to disagree then! In the right context, I think anamorphic barrel distortion and the protruding Ďbubbleí really adds to the impression of depth and the sense of...
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    Again, I agree. The Ultras, S4s, and Primos are...

    Again, I agree. The Ultras, S4s, and Primos are the first ‘modern’ lens sets. I’m pretty happy with the footage I’ve shot on Ultras, but they do not have a distinct personality. I think they work...
  7. Honestly, this is a perfect use case for...

    Honestly, this is a perfect use case for autofocus, as it exists on Canon C series cameras and the new Sony FX9.

    I think you’ll find that at T2 on a S35 sensor size and at normal Steadicam working...
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    I agree with you, I think lenses with modern...

    I agree with you, I think lenses with modern highly corrected designs don’t look right when you just change the coatings. You have two clashing looks that don’t mesh aesthetically. The older classic...
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    It all comes down to personal taste. There is no...

    It all comes down to personal taste. There is no objective right answer, only what looks good to you.

    That said, I think a lot of common tastes come from our shared enjoyment of what has come...
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    For some, they may just be chasing the vintage...

    For some, they may just be chasing the vintage trend. When the season turns, they may look elsewhere. But I think many people specifically don’t want sharpness and clarity. Instead they want...
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    Ah, well thank you for the compliment, but I...

    Ah, well thank you for the compliment, but I don’t deserve it. Just another journeyman DP like most here, expressing my opinion. I wouldn’t put any special stock in it!
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    I have also often used autofocus EF zooms and...

    I have also often used autofocus EF zooms and primes when necessary for affordability, focal length reach, small size, and speed of use. Especially for solo operator documentary jobs. But it was...
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    Iím just curious, but do you put value into the unique look of lenses? There are so many manual focus only lenses, both stills and cine, that have unique character and can a make a huge difference in...
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    Yes, but the topic was about how good the camera...

    Yes, but the topic was about how good the camera sensor-level autofocus has become. Cinetape has a lot more limitations, being based on ultrasound. I stopped pulling focus before the Light Ranger 2...
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    I can see many shooting situations where this...

    I can see many shooting situations where this tool would be helpful. But as a cinematographer, the biggest obstacle I see is having to choose between the look of the lens that you want and the...
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    I believe it was Ron Dexter, ASC who used to say...

    I believe it was Ron Dexter, ASC who used to say that you never had to accept the manufacturer’s equipment as-is. He would chop up and rebuild his newly-bought equipment to suit his needs, inventing...
  18. It would most likely be a flat front-surface...

    It would most likely be a flat front-surface mirror. Those can be rather difficult to find in such large sizes from commercial sources, most household style mirrors have glass in front of the mirror...
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    Alternately, you could go with the Gemini and...

    Alternately, you could go with the Gemini and keep using the C200 for the brutal run-and-gun doc work. Sometimes you might not want to put a $20K-ish camera into those situations.

    Not sure why the...
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    I don’t think there is one perfect camera for...

    I don’t think there is one perfect camera for every scenario. I feel like in the extreme shooting scenarios such as you’ve described, you really need a camera like the Canon C Series with its...
  21. Just a note - Kodak Vision 2383 is a print stock,...

    Just a note - Kodak Vision 2383 is a print stock, not a camera negative stock. Those print emulation LUTs were designed for previewing what the scanned files would look like when recorded back to...
  22. Use a lens wrench:...

    Use a lens wrench: https://images.app.goo.gl/EjDS9B8cmVCAM6YPA
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    No, the only advantage of a Rota Pola is the...

    No, the only advantage of a Rota Pola is the ability to work with matte boxes which do not have a rotating filter stage, like the very popular ARRI LMB-5/15/25. If your matte box already has a...
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    Unfortunately, no. Yes, the rotation...

    Unfortunately, no.



    Yes, the rotation angle will be situationally dependent. Depending on the lenses you are using, it may be more practical to use a screw-in polarizer with your matte box...
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    Thatís very true, itís definitely not a magic bullet. But it can allow you an extra bit of control in how your images look, which is a great tool to have. Beyond creating Ďa look,í LUTs can also be...
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