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Re: Coments re: Film Reg.



Jason & Heather Fabbro wrote:
> 
> > AATON could just do it, most likely with just a software change, and then
> > when the telecine guys get around to supporting it, then it might work.
> >
> > It is getting late, (3:40am)  and I have not really thought about this
> > properly, but I thought that It might be interesting idea.
> >
> > Anyone care to comment?
> 
> >If this were the case you would then be restricted to stabilizing
> >only the film that was photographed with that process.
> 
> Michael brings up a very good point.

Sorry, but you are mistaken, this was not my post.  It 
was from someone named JC at Moving Picture Co. in London. 

> I'd say 95% of film is shoot on Panavision or Arriflex cameras.
> You might trying running the idea by one of them. I know 
> Panavision is very receptive of new ideas.


 
In fact, I'll pass on this entire discussion re: "AATON could 
just do it..."

Michael Kaye

+++ thanks to Rich Torpey of MTI/Image Group for support in 1997
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