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Sam Jankis January 12th, 2007 09:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Dennis Hingsberg
Hey Matt, what kind of LCD monitor you got there?

Looks like the 7" Marshall.

Michael Vaden January 22nd, 2007 10:23 AM

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Originally Posted by Dennis Wood
Just noticed this post. Bob Gundu recently posted up some great work with the Brevis Rev2 adapter.

That video was hot! I'm an aspiring actor, but I have my own movie production company I just started up, but I also write scripts, direct,edit, and produce music.

What is this Brevis Rev2 adapter that you speak of and what does it do?

Dennis Wood January 23rd, 2007 09:06 AM

Michael, the Brevis is an adapter that allows the use of standard 35mm lenses on your video camera. It captures the image from these lenses, (and therefore their depth of field properties), which are then recorded by your video camera. Sounds wierd but it works. More info via my signature link :-)

Michael Vaden January 23rd, 2007 02:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Dennis Wood
Michael, the Brevis is an adapter that allows the use of standard 35mm lenses on your video camera. It captures the image from these lenses, (and therefore their depth of field properties), which are then recorded by your video camera. Sounds wierd but it works. More info via my signature link :-)

That's a good product. How much is the adapter? I didn't see a price for the Brevis Rev2. When does it come out?

Dennis Hingsberg January 23rd, 2007 03:44 PM

Ashley, any idea what your DOP determined the effective ASA to be for the camera rig with mini35?

It would be really great to know this.

Thanks, and good luck with your film - the trailer looked awesome when I first watched it after your original post!

Timur Civan January 29th, 2007 02:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Scott Auerbach
I If you're hoping for an HD-crisp image with shallower DOF, forget it. The ground glass softens the hell out of the image.

There are other more adavanced 35mm solutions out there. The Cinevate, and the SGpro Rev2 both Far out perform the M2.

Dennis Hingsberg January 29th, 2007 04:03 PM

I wouldn't say far out perform but........


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