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  1. ibm5100

    Fisheye Lens for Canon HF-R800 camcorder?

    looks like it's available directly from the Opteka website. http://opteka.com/OPTSC43FE.aspx
  2. I would be hyped to contribute! lets do it. What format would you guys say, SD or HD? It would be cool to get some film shots in there, i have a lot of Super 8 and 16mm i could toss in.
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    Filming at night

    A lot of people like using studio led panels. I've used these quite a bit. Two can definitely light up a spot, although there definitely not the brightest. I can't speak for high end studio led panels, I'm sure there great though Aputure Amaran AL-528W LED Light - https://www.aputure.com/products/al528-1 As for personal preference, I like the older halogen studio lights. I use Lowel Tota's. There substantially brighter than the led panels i had, much better build quality as well. Lowel Tota-light, Quartz Halogen Light - http://lowel.tiffen.com/tota/
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    hey thanks man
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    SP Montage - Interested?

    I would absolutely be down to contribute.
  6. http://ahappymedium.bigcartel.com/product/a-happy-medium-4-pre-order If anyone else out there is hyped to see it, I really enjoyed Happy Medium 3 i cant wait to see what they do with this one.
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    DSLR Long Lens

    I have to somewhat disagree with hdx, there is one option that i'm aware of for servo zooming with a dslr, Its a Canon 18-80mm T4.4 -Servo Cinema Zoom Lens. I had the opportunity to play with one and it was an absolute dream come true. It's almost not an option because of the price, but if your really trying to use a dslr with servo zoom, it can be realistic. Lens - https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1246187-REG/canon_1714c002_cn_e_18_80mm_t4_4_compact_servo.html?ap=y&c3api=1876%2C{creative}%2C{keyword}&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIm9bGipOB2QIVlLrACh3dHgZpEAQYASABEgJfSfD_BwE Control Grip - https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1246190-REG/canon_1715c002_zgc_c10_control_grip_for.html
  8. I ended up doing it last night, very similar to you doyle just with sony vegas rather than FPC. Yeah, ended up with pretty much exactly what Robert K. said. I knew i wouldn't get a vx feel but wanted to see what i could do to make the clip work somewhat better. Definitely didn't really work well, but it was an interesting process to try. Here's what i got. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AGxQpnAZ_o&feature=youtu.be
  9. I have a 4:3 clip filmed on my canon 60d. I wanted to transfer it to a mini DV tape and log it as if it was filmed on a Mini DV camera. Does anyone have any experience with something like this?
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    The New SPPhotoDudes Instagram Hype Train

    @_ibm5100 https://www.instagram.com/_ibm5100/
  11. can you change mine to - ibm5100 Thanks dudes
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    If your into beer, Check out TRVE brewing. 3rd and Broadway in Denver.
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    Kick Flip Bump to Gap

    so good, That spot looks great
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    Super 8

    I got a Canon 1014 auto zoom, I love it. It has full manual aperture and a few shutter angle selections. The built in light meter works well to. I would say look on eBay, I got mine for 185$ but I've seen them go for cheaper. It also just depends on how much your trying to spend. You can totally find a cheap 40$ camera and still get that nice super 8 look your after. When buying them just make sure the motor runs well at all the speeds it offers, and that the seller has specified that it is tested and working. For Developing and Scanning, I use Pro8mm, Its a company in Burbank California. The develop & scan i get is a 2048 x 1080 2K 16x9 full format over scan, Its comes out to 75$ and looks great and works well in both HD and SD timelines. I believe you can also get a basic scan in 980 x 720p HD 4x3 and that costs 45$ They have a super 8 tips page one there website you might find useful https://www.pro8mm.com/pages/super-8-tips The Sekonic L-398 is a nice light meter, They make much nicer but also much more expensive options as well. A Kodak Cartridge goes for about 29$ http://store.kodak.com/store/kodak/en_US/DisplayCategoryListPage/ThemeID.4792758000/categoryID.70237500