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Old March 30th, 2010, 04:25 PM   #16
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Normally you don't see the CAs, only on the wide-end in the edges, what I see is,
that with the extended lens the CA get a little bit less.
Sometimes you see CAs on areas with great contrast, like direct black to white -colours.

Some clips like this
are made with the HM700 and some image-shots.
And I say that I see on all cameras CA, also P2, DigiBeta, BetaSP and
other Professional-Formats

PS: Ich sage und versuche bereits bei der Aufnahme starke Kontrastkanten und Übergänge Schwarz zu Weiss zu vermeiden und dadurch die CAs zu minimieren, die CAs hängen auch von verwendeter Blende ab.

I just ordered an WCV82SC for round about 170 Euro.
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Old July 25th, 2010, 06:38 PM   #17
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Normally you don't see the CAs, only on the wide-end in the edges, what I see is,
that with the extended lens the CA get a little bit less.
Sometimes you see CAs on areas with great contrast, like direct black to white -colours.

Some clips like this Gru?hnwald 83200-v04_ton05_final_korrigiert 28_3 on Vimeo
are made with the HM700 and some image-shots.
And I say that I see on all cameras CA, also P2, DigiBeta, BetaSP and
other Professional-Formats

PS: Ich sage und versuche bereits bei der Aufnahme starke Kontrastkanten und Übergänge Schwarz zu Weiss zu vermeiden und dadurch die CAs zu minimieren, die CAs hängen auch von verwendeter Blende ab.

I just ordered an WCV82SC for round about 170 Euro.
Hi Eric,

Can you let me know where you were able to find a WCV82SC for €170??

Thanks.

Michael.
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Old July 27th, 2010, 06:01 PM   #18
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I bought one from an ebay-dealer from Krefeld (Aventomedien)
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Old August 1st, 2010, 04:06 AM   #19
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JVC GY HM700U with Canon 14x lense and .8 W/A converter.

Footage to follow shortly. Just got this from Schneider Optics.

.8 HD W/A Converter ( zoom thru).

https://www.schneideroptics.com/ecom...=1555&IID=7636





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