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Old July 27th, 2006, 08:15 AM   #1
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Short film on BIG SCREEN - shot with Sony Z1U

Come see the our HD movie DEAD BEAT (shot using Sony Z1U) on a huge screen tonight, July 27th, in Tribeca Film Center, NYC!

Details on the movie, location, and admission: http://PrimeHD.com

CNBC may transmit parts of the screening live on cable TV, I've been told by their producer.

The best HD projector in town - NEC monster capable of 4K dual HD-SDI resolution.

See how our movie holds up. It's fun, too :) -come early and join our pre-screening party!

For all info, including driving/subway directions, please see our web page http://PrimeHD.com

All movie critique is welcome!
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Old July 29th, 2006, 08:38 AM   #2
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Come see the our HD movie DEAD BEAT (shot using Sony Z1U) on a huge screen tonight, July 27th, in Tribeca Film Center, NYC!

Details on the movie, location, and admission: http://PrimeHD.com

CNBC may transmit parts of the screening live on cable TV, I've been told by their producer.

The best HD projector in town - NEC monster capable of 4K dual HD-SDI resolution.

See how our movie holds up. It's fun, too :) -come early and join our pre-screening party!

For all info, including driving/subway directions, please see our web page http://PrimeHD.com

All movie critique is welcome!

Would love to go if I lived in NY!

Pity you didn't make an HDV to film transfer, to see how it holds
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Old July 29th, 2006, 09:10 AM   #3
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Pity you didn't make an HDV to film transfer, to see how it holds
Totally did not have to - the digital projection on the large theatrical screen looked just like film. Weee!
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Old July 29th, 2006, 02:11 PM   #4
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Totally did not have to - the digital projection on the large theatrical screen looked just like film. Weee!
It certainly would. But that sort of limits showing it only on digital capable rooms.

No critic involved in this, it's because I have been looking for HDV to film projects around, how they were done and the final results.

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