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Old March 2nd, 2006, 09:22 AM   #1
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Hd100 Dof

Ok aside from the sh*tamek which is likely never going to pratically support the HD100 or at least will do it in a year from now, is there any other method of getting a more cinematic depth of field aside from the PandS? Apparently you'd need a relay lens for that set up unless you'd be using rods and according to them the HD100 market is not really their top priority, so what must we do, aside from getting/renting a pricey thousand plus system? What about the red rock micro, has anyone used that set up with the HD100? Aside from the PandS has anyone used anything else?
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Old March 2nd, 2006, 10:15 AM   #2
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Redrock says on their site and board that they've had success with the hd100, and a there are few post about it here. as far as far I can tell, you'll need longer rods to support it, and will have to play with your macro focus.... once again no relay lens though. I think companies realize the need for it and are working despratly to win this race....
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