Re: getting the best out of digital projection

From: Bryan McKay (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jun 16 2009 - 16:10:17 PDT

I've never tried it, but I've thought about this in the past. An
important thing to consider is the shutter life of the camera. A
decent dSLR gets about 100,000 clicks before it dies. A lot of still
images for sure, but that works out (unless my math is terribly wrong)
to just under 70 minutes of 24 fps footage. Although with the right
camera prices, the cost-benefit analysis may work out in favor of
using the SLR instead of a high-end transfer house.


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On Jun 16, 2009, at 10:19 AM, Dan Baker <email suppressed>

> on a similar topic, I've been curious - is anybody out there doing
> much in the way of optically printing with digital SLR's? And if
> so, how does it compare to, say, a 4k or 2k telecine?
> If you have access to the resources, I'd think that would be a good
> way to go. You'd have a hi-res "master" with a longer shelf life
> than HD, and it's a little more DIY than paying a lab for a
> transfer, and fun.
> I don't have any first hand experience doing this, but I can dream...
> dan
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