From: david tetzlaff (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Mar 07 2006 - 19:58:24 PST
>This looks like a really beautiful camera.
>Which kind do you have? What's it like to shoot with? I would love to
Theres a Yahoo Group:
the email list isn't too active, but, Webb, the guy who runs it is a
fount of information and willing to answer questions. The site for
the group houses many pictures and documents in the 'files' section.
Shooting with it: since it has no extra features, you have to do
everything manually, and no reflex you never know exactly what you're
getting. This is a little intimidating at first, if you haven't shot
with equally spartan MOS cameras, but success yields a feeling of a
kind mastery and one-ness with a long cinematic tradition. And while
the camera is running, you never worry about it screwing up, since
it's built like a tank (literally). As for ergonomics, handling,
usability etc. that kind of depends on what kind of grip you use, and
what kind of finders you get for it.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.