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Now I know it's not a popular camera body for many valid reasons, and that it may be away from the budget of many casual film-makers, but I've been using the C100 a lot recently, and wondered if anyone had any tips to swap. I've also been programming some custom picture styles for this and C300 based on highly gradable modern film stocks. If anyone is interested in such a discussion let's get stuck in! Let me know how you use it and find it...
Ive been looking for a particular piece to customize my rig. I dont know if it exists so I figured i'd post here in case anyone has run across it. Basically it connects 2 15mm rods in parallel on the top and bottom. Except the second set of 15mm rods I need it to swivel. So probably two 15mm rod pieces with swivel action so it can be placed at different degrees of angle. Basically like this item. http://store.redrockmicro.com/Catalog/mountinggear/microMount Except with the right ring parallel to the left and able to rotate to a 45 degree angle. Im trying to mount my vmount battery plate at a 45 Degree angle from the back of the rig on 15mm rods. Any help would be appreciated thanks! Edit* found this as a better example. http://www.amazon.com/Lanparte-Battery-Internal-Splitter-External/dp/B00ARABA9I/ref=sr_1_1?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1393126744&sr=1-1&keywords=lanparte Basically what this does but I already have the plate and I want an additional set of 15mm rods parallel to the plate itself.
We are already discussing monitors that allow for proper anamorphic monitoring here: http://www.eoshd.com/comments/topic/1832-monitors-for-2x-and-15x-stretch-preview/ But I thought that it would be useful to have one thread where we all share our Custom Scale settings for anamorphic monitoring (especially since Magic Lantern has brought back 4:3 shooting in raw mode at assorted resolutions). For those unfamiliar with this feature, the best description that I have found is in the manual for the old DP1: http://www.eoshd.com/comments/uploads/gallery/album_14/gallery_18451_14_22383.png