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Posted by Donnacha at d14-69-22-73.nap.wideopenwest.com on March 18, 2003 at 00:59:54:

In Reply to: A tricky question..... posted by greengoblin122 on March 18, 2003 at 00:44:34:

The camera was an Arriflex 16 SR2. The film used was 16mm. The film was black & white to keep costs down, and also because a colour image would have had a green tinge from the fluorescent lights. When picked up, the film was blown up to 35MM and matted to 1.85:1, which is aroundabouts what the image was composed for, so that it could be shown on reegular screens. The sound was also remixed.

If you're looking for a cheap camera to get started with, forget film and go digital. Keep your costs down and save your money for when you've had the practice. In fact, go to www.film-411.com, they'll help you out. There's a link at the top of the board.


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