From: Jeff Kreines (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Feb 10 2006 - 13:41:06 PST
There are industrial digital cameras based on a Kodak 480 x 640 CCD
that can shoot at 210 fps -- you need a computer and Cameralink card
to record this. Speed is good, resolution ok for some uses. A rig
with this will probably cost $10K or so, far cheaper than higher res
options. But shooting long takes at high speed is always costly,
either in storage or film.
There are always cheap highspeed 16mm cameras available, many very
cool like the Photosonics 1VN, but film is costly.
On Feb 10, 2006, at 2:36 PM, Cari Machet wrote:
> their price is umn too chunkie 4 me
> thanks though philip
> i am needing it for a specific project
> that entails shooting ceremonial stuff - as in native american
> i am not the soul producer so have been mumed of its entirety
> otherwise though
> i do alot of slo mo stuff
> and it is overlayed by many layers at times (some X 10)
> and it can end up 2 b too mushy 4 me
> thanks again
> On 2/10/06, Philip Hood < email suppressed> wrote:hi, I just called
> these guys up:
> and they talk a bit about this one called the
> there are a handful of add-ons that they put together
> to make this camera for cinematic stuff,
> but the base (the g2) is the same:
> they'd like $130k for this one.
> the first one, the g2 w/ out add-ons, can be rented
> for $800 a day - but they request a 2 day minimum,
> or something like that. $3,200 for a week rental.
> but, my question to you cari, is this:
> what are you doing & why would you like a high
> speed thingy ? (I'd really one as well, to be
> honest) ...
> On Fri, 10 Feb 2006, Cari Machet wrote:
> > yay
> > 60 - 500 fps or better - don't need 10,000
> > don't have the cash for one i saw that was $65,000
> > but...
> > thanks alot
> > c
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at < email suppressed >.
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.