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    • 23.976fps or 24fps for distribution of a feature film?
      Are you talking theatrical release?  My understanding has always been to aim for 24 fps for theatrical.  I googled DCP post production houses and found the following.  Many of other Post Production facilities make similar statements.      http://hbfilmworks.com/dcp-info.html  
    • Canon XC15
      Andrew, just one question, can the XC10 be used in a steadicam?, or is it not designed for that?
    • FS: (US) C100 w/ PDAF, eyecup, Z-Finder, DP4 EVF
      Very clean C100 with PDAF and 259 hours. More than 80% of usage was indoors and well handled and protected always. Not much to say about the camera beyond it comes with battery, charger, and other standard accessories, manuals, and original box.

      Also included is a eye cup for the vf with Bluestar eye cushion.

      Price is $2100 net to me. Sale and shipping within Continental US only please. PayPal payments from users with verified addresses accepted.


      Next, a Zacuto C100 Viewfinder also with a Bluestar. The Z-finder makes a huge difference for hand-holding stability.

      $200. CONUS.


      Lastly, a SmallHD DP4 with EVF. It's in good, clean shape - only a few very slight rub marks on the acrylic protective screen - actual monitor screen is perfect. Not noticeable when in use and there is a second, unused protective screen you can switch to when you wish. EVF cup is missing one magnet.

      Come with original boxes, battery plates for Sony, Canon, or AA's, cables, sun hood, pouch, etc.

      $325 net to me. CONUS. Thanks.
       
    • The Bolex-Anamorphot 16/32/1.5x thread
      Did my first test, excuse the dramatic soundtrack.
      Password: Bolex  
    • How to export to Prores in Adobe Premiere Pro CC for windows ?
      Grrrrrr... Google serves up that ridiculous piece of software for just about any transcoding question.  Brorosoft has vomitted this sort of manufactured content everywhere to exploit SEO.  Heaven forbid one actually tries to locate legitimate advice about video transcoding through a search engine --as wading through the algorithmic garbage dump of information is barely useful.  But then again, Monica660, you already knew that, didn't'cha? That's why you're here.