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Old October 12th, 2006, 09:49 AM   #1
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Independent western made with HD100

Here is the link at DigitalCinema, named 'Six Gun'

http://www.uemedia.net/CPC/digitalci...le_15547.shtml

Maybe we can get them to post their experiences here.
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Old October 12th, 2006, 10:51 AM   #2
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Interesting, especially as a historical subject matter. I remember the director of 28 Day Later saying he thought digital probably wasnt good for historical subjects(but this was ages ago in the technology).
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Old October 12th, 2006, 12:44 PM   #3
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"Perry also chose the GY-HD100U because the camera has simultaneous HD and SD outputs..."

What?


Very interesting news though.
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Old October 12th, 2006, 01:45 PM   #4
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Lets also hope they post a trailer... I love westerns...

Hopefully its not in the vain of Wild Wild West. The TV Show not the movie... a friend and I still disagree about it being a western... :-)
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Interesting, especially as a historical subject matter. I remember the director of 28 Day Later saying he thought digital probably wasnt good for historical subjects(but this was ages ago in the technology).


Yeah, I agree with that. Anytime the History channel has re-enactments shot on video, I turn it - it just doesn't do it justice. Oddly enough, the older the subject matter, the more I feel this way. Even the newer cameras produce this feeling. Very subjective, for sure, but I do think he's right -

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Yeah, I agree with that. Anytime the History channel has re-enactments shot on video, I turn it - it just doesn't do it justice. Oddly enough, the older the subject matter, the more I feel this way. Even the newer cameras produce this feeling. Very subjective, for sure, but I do think he's right -

I just saw flyboys in the theater. It's digital (Panavision Genesis HD Camera) and it looked great to me. Shallow DOF and color treatment gave it the feel.

I just shot a night club style concert with 2 HD-100's and we were pretty thrilled with the results. It has a very organic feel to it that seems much more 16mm-ish than video. The background being mostly black removed the problem of deep DOF killing the vibe.

I think RED will just continue the march toward's Film's days.
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