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Re: Ursa Gold: can we quantify?
- To: <telecine at xyzoom.alegria.com>
- Subject: Re: Ursa Gold: can we quantify?
- From: rob (Rob Lingelbach)
- Date: Sun, 11 Dec 94 14:08 PST
- In-Reply-To: KEVIN SHAW <100430.2526 at compuserve.com> "Re: Ursa Gold: can we quantify?" (Dec 11, 16:10)
- Organization: Altruistic Intentions, Hollywood, CA
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- Reply-To: Rob Lingelbach <rob at xyzoom.alegria.com>
On Dec 11, 16:10, KEVIN SHAW wrote:
} Subject: Re: Ursa Gold: can we quantify?
> Rob>I don't know if the sophomoric backgrounds I generally get would
> benefit. I understand what you mean; I've had visible quantization
> with some backgrounds. What size transparencies are you transferring--
> 35mm stills (so aspect ratio is as Super35mm)?
> Kevin>> 35mm Slides are the only type for which I have a gate- Is there another
> gate I should know about ?
No, it's just semantics. Here in LA there is a tendency *not* to
refer to slides as transparencies-- instead to use that word to refer
to those transparencies that are larger than 35mm, and to call slides
"slides".. In New York City where I used to work in post-production,
transparencies larger than 35mm were referred to as "'chromes" (short
> 35mm slides are much more than Super 35 size. The orintation is at 90 degrees,
> and the image is across 8 sprockets instead of 4. So in film terms I guess we
> are talking more in terms of 65mm or 70mm. I generally have to use the URSA
> GOLD selective contour controls to soften fine horizontal details, to avoid
> (625) line interference
Depending if they're shot horizontal or vertical, and depending how
you mount them and then rotate them, of course. Good tip about using
the selective contours!
Rob Lingelbach KB6CUN | 2660 Hollyridge Dr LA CA 90068 USA 213 464 6266
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