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    http://www.editorsguild.com/newslett...g05_bride.html

    interesting. DSLRs used to film movie.

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    We shot the same scene on every camera, converted the digital frames using dcRAW [an open-source program that accesses raw digital images], crunched everything to 2K, color-timed the sequences to match using Baselight and then output to film,” says Watts. “Basically, everything looked great until the film-originated version came up, then everyone yelled at the projectionist, ‘Focus!’” The images from digital cameras looked so stunning when projected. The tests convinced Burton, Johnson, Abbate and executives at Warners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reminisce
    http://www.editorsguild.com/newslett...g05_bride.html

    interesting. DSLRs used to film movie.
    that's stop-motion animation... done frame by frame.

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    24 x EOS 1D(s?) II on 90,000usd worth of Nikon lenses!
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