From: d. olivier delrieu-schulze (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Mar 09 2010 - 19:49:48 PST
I've been wondering about this.... interested in the light intensity of film
projection..... again, any advice on a transfer technique that would take
advantage of the lighting (bulbs) of film instead of video....
On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 10:26 PM, David Tetzlaff <email suppressed> wrote:
> You shouldn't have to worry about exposure, since the best video is more
> contrasty than pretty much any film stock.
> To do this at 24fps rather than frame-by-frame, you'll not only have issues
> with the short wind on the Bolex, but the fact that doesn't run at
> constant/exact speed.
> The only way I've ever done this myself is the old-school method, using an
> Auricon with a Kinescope shutter off an old NTSC CRT TV set, and I liked how
> it looked. Nowadays there are more options, with LCD and Plasma video
> monitors (SD and HD) and computer displays (which may have different refresh
> rates available). Each sort of video display will generate a different look,
> and it kind of depends on what sort of effect you want.
> I would assume you could shoot an NTSC screen at 24fps with any camera with
> a crystal motor and a variable shutter, if you can get the shutter set
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
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