From: Alex McCarron (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jul 13 2010 - 19:16:29 PDT
These things might be too big to put inside the camera. A sponge might be a
good solution. I'm not working with mags, the housing for the film in a
Scoopic looks pretty much like that of a Bolex.
I've never had this problem with the camera before and shot one roll since
(shot it in a few hours and then put it right back in the fridge till I sent
it out). The Scoopic is prism reflex.
Maybe fogging is not the right word? It didn't look like a wrong exposure,
it's these wide columns of overexposure that wave back and forth over the
image. I also sent it to Pac Lab, maybe that's the real problem?
On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 3:01 PM, Sam Wells <email suppressed> wrote:
> I'd put them right inside the camera then, when not shooting. I have done
> this w. Arri magazines,
> actually right across the river from Pennsylvania as I remember once.
> I know camera assistants who have actually taped sponges inside mags in
> extreme situations like this.
> I've never had the problemw/ Arri or Bolex 100' loads in camera, but
> magazines, yes,
> Foggy more likely in the camera's optics. Scoopic has prism reflex finder,
> right ?
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