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Old February 15th, 2006, 10:52 PM   #16
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The FX1 can be leveled down to a pretty astonishing 24P look if you edit properly.

Deinterlace to 30P and then do a 24P pulldown [VASST or DV Film can do it]. Try not to pan quick and fast for it will give away the look too a washy rugged non-24P pan (pretty much one big blur). Key is to use slow yet steady pans.

This is only if you want true rendered 24P. I, personally, wouldn't shoot with CF24 for it looks way too fake and 60i'ish with a jitter. But then again, the better the lighting the more filmish it can get IMHO.

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