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Re: Transfomania I
- To: Dave Corbitt <dc at mte.com>
- Subject: Re: Transfomania I
- From: Steven Flippin <sflippin at bitstream.net>
- Date: Wed, 21 Jan 1998 16:50:53 -0600
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- Organization: Crash & Sue's Film and Video Post
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Dave Corbitt wrote:
> Hooray for Dave Satin opening his place up for the likes of this group. I'm
> planning to go. I think we should try to come up with some kind of outline
> of items we all would like to see compared. Right off the bat I can think
> of a few important areas to watch closely;
> 1. Image stability for both 16 and 35mm. Servo action / film handling.
Unfortunately, I will not be able to make it out for the big test, although I am
looking forward to the findings. One thing that I would be interested to hear
back on is the resolution of zooms on both machines. This would obviously be a
better test for the Spirit and the C-Reality, but I am curious none the less.
Since the Spirit is essentially a DVE zoom, compared to the manipulation of the
actual light source on the Ursa, I would be interested to hear about any
differences noticed where this is concerned.
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