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Hello everyone, I'm new in here...thanks for reading this thread. I'm here straight from the cinematography.com forum So I've bought a mint 2nd hand ProAim Flycam Redking which takes up to 15lbs. I want to use it with my Aaton XTR XC 16mm camera + battery + Leica R 28mm f/2.8 (has the Nikon F mount) and weighs in at 13lbs approx. When I eventually get confident enough to shoot (probably many hours trying to balance it up) I will have the 'framing' problem as the camera can't take a monitor So I'm here to ask about what sort of 'hack' I could create to be able to frame my shots. Obvio
Hi all! Looks like I have the opportunity to work with an actual film camera for the first time, the Arriflex 416. I have a Clipper 2 Steadicam so the weight should be fine but I don't have the 24v upgrade yet so would need to run it with the on board battery. I've had a look at the manual and can see it's got a built in video tap and FIZ brain so reasonably happy that I can physically mount and fly it without much trouble. Should I use any adapters to mount it like the Alexa? Does anyone have any hits, tips, suggestions or other comments about operating with this camera or film in gen
hey yall i am flying Los Angeles (LAX) to London (LHR) and then on to New Castle (NCL) I typically bring a few stills cameras with me and I like to shoot ilford delta 3200. domestic flights are easy, i never have a hard time with hand check. how about flying internationally? how about at LHR on the way back? just wondering if anyone has any experience with hand-checking film for international flights. brett.