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So 4 out of 10 still use film.
And as I recall this is the smallest percentage it has been since people started saying "film is dead". 
Doesn't look very dead to me.

(I see you next year when history repeats itself for the tenth time ;)  )

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"Ladybird"

We shot with the Alexa Mini with old Panavision lenses and, in testing different resolutions, we ended up shooting 2k — ARRI raw 3.6K was too vivid and too sharp. Alexa has native grain, sort of video noise, any sensor emits video noise.

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6 hours ago, Aussie Ash said:

Dunkirk is the only

one with 4K or more acquisition.

 

Dunkirk

Camera: IMAX MKIV, IMAX MSM 9802, Panavision 65 HR, Panavision Panaflex System 65 Studio

Recording Format: 65mm (Kodak Vision3 50D 5203, Vision3 250D 5207, Vision3 200T 5213, Vision3 500T 5219)

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1 hour ago, dhessel said:

65mm is generally regarded as having a resolution greater than 4k digital.

sorry for the off topic post, but did you ever end up with a lomo foton and do you still have the F35 ?  if so is it the anamorphic and how are you liking it?

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18 hours ago, Aussie Ash said:

Here are the budgets,workflows etc

https://blog.frame.io/2018/03/05/oscar-2018-workflows/

(This link has a couple of pop ups)

Pretty eye opening quote!

"A 2-hour feature film might easily have a 50:1 shooting ratio (capturing 50x as much footage as ends up in the final film), which means 6,000 minutes of recorded footage. Using our bitrate formulas, we can quickly calculate the space required."

 

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5 hours ago, webrunner5 said:

Pretty eye opening quote!

"A 2-hour feature film might easily have a 50:1 shooting ratio (capturing 50x as much footage as ends up in the final film), which means 6,000 minutes of recorded footage. Using our bitrate formulas, we can quickly calculate the space required."

 

It's easy to see how the footage can quickly clock up using multiple cameras to shot each scene,there are also some

directors like Fincher and Kubrick that may do fifty or more takes per scene !

http://www.indiewire.com/2013/10/producer-says-david-fincher-is-averaging-50-takes-per-scene-shooting-gone-girl-248969/

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