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Old May 18th, 2003, 09:58 PM   #16
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Hi Andre(sorry I took so long to reply)but back to the clearscan issue

Yes I checked out that link you posted and you can adjust a computer monitor even if it does require fiddling with the screen and camera! You can use that technique on the xm2 aswell but clear scan rocks because the camera remembers what setting you had for the particular device you are useing. So aperature is not effected by clearscan. So on top of our cine projectors we have writen what clearscan setting the projector is for the xm2. (at 3, 6, 12, 18, 24, 25fps )So we punch that in and we can transfer film with a moments notice. Not to mention the 8x extra zoom that the xm2 has over the vx2000 to zoom ito the film for extra grungy grain shots for filmclips ect.

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