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    Sticky: As Tommaso said, the answer is NO. The Macros...

    As Tommaso said, the answer is NO. The Macros were always AE - but it you get some with later serial numbers, presumably the coatings may be newer ie more "MM".
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    Honestly whichever is cheapest. If I remember...

    Honestly whichever is cheapest. If I remember correctly Magnesium may not be as strong as Titanium? So if payload is a concern then that maybe a vote for the Titanium.
  3. Hmmm fascinating. I mean Hasselblad had a 110mm...

    Hmmm fascinating. I mean Hasselblad had a 110mm F2, but that was for their F series (that had no curtain). Presumably cinema cameras have similar spacing, so your 125mm starts to make more sense....
  4. Hmmm I wonder (for the 125) if there's an extra...

    Hmmm I wonder (for the 125) if there's an extra speed boosting element in it that takes it from a longer lens (say a 135) and a T2 to a T1.7?
  5. WOW

    WOW
  6. I mean almost all our clients are broadcast and...

    I mean almost all our clients are broadcast and still only accept these frame rates: 23.98, 29.97, and 59.94.

    So for shooting, almost everyone still does 23.98 for them (there's some occasional...
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    I'd just send it to Duclos and see what they can...

    I'd just send it to Duclos and see what they can do with it.

    It's such a rare and amazing lens, I'm sure they'd get a kick out of fixing it, etc
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    Avid has been growing a lot behind the scenes....

    Avid has been growing a lot behind the scenes. During the pandemic, they really embraced cloud editing, and big clients are spending lots of $$$ to get teams of editors all sharing the same media and...
  9. Yeah I was guessing the same range. Doesn't look...

    Yeah I was guessing the same range. Doesn't look that slow to me. And this was a small movie, so prob wouldn't have had a huge camera package. Some Arri film cameras capped out at 60fps, though I...
  10. This is all amazing news.

    This is all amazing news.
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    The problem you may run int is working distance....

    The problem you may run int is working distance. So consider a 180mm Macro (from Canon, for ex).
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    Given that Resolve has a lot to lose from not...

    Given that Resolve has a lot to lose from not having Prores RAW, Occam's razor suggests that Apple is behind them not having it.

    We also saw Apple give Prores to Adobe on PC (and not Resolve), so...
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    Both answers are correct in their own way. 1)...

    Both answers are correct in their own way.

    1) The proper way to do the grade is the first way you mentioned. The mechanics of this generally works like this: you export an EDL and/or AAF of your...
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    Do the Vespids color match?

    Do the Vespids color match?
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    This is VERY cool.

    This is VERY cool.
  16. I just want to call out how awesome and great...

    I just want to call out how awesome and great John Brawley ACS you are being here. I'm really impressed, and I admire your generosity here.

    I've been watching this thread with bemusement for a...
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    Sent them all to a lens tech. Yes, painless. Same...

    Sent them all to a lens tech. Yes, painless. Same as Contax.
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    Almost. The two properly housed versions are...

    Almost.

    The two properly housed versions are referred to as Standard Speeds MKII and MKIII - they are basically baby Ultra Primes. And once you get to MKII and MKIII they also have way more lens...
  19. Chris you may be right. We generally never only...

    Chris you may be right. We generally never only shoot slow-mo, its often a mixture of regular speed and slowmo, but having TC boxes on each camera has always kept them in sync enough to work for the...
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    MK1 are Arri Bayonet, are are more like stills...

    MK1 are Arri Bayonet, are are more like stills lenses. They are tiny.

    What you have a photo of there is a "cinevized" set, so they have 80OD fronts on them, and focus gears.

    But the actual...
  21. I have to say not sure if I agree here. We've...

    I have to say not sure if I agree here. We've been shooting for our own post team (and our clients) for years, and matching timecode is always something we're very vigilant of.

    So long as every...
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    Interesting to hear its happening on Blackmagic...

    Interesting to hear its happening on Blackmagic cameras. I wasn't sure if that was the case.
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    Quick question, and forgive me is this has been...

    Quick question, and forgive me is this has been covered before.

    Would this Titla V mount plate help?

    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1579553-REG/tilta_ta_t08_bpv_b_dual_canon_bp_to.html...
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    This is exactly how we work Marc. We shoot...

    This is exactly how we work Marc. We shoot 6K/5K/4K but edit with (or give clients) graded 422 Proxies. Final grade relinks to masters easily with EDL.
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    My editors use this for every day stuff yes. Not...

    My editors use this for every day stuff yes. Not with Komodo, just general use. They love it. One of them has had it for 6-9 months now, and no issues.
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