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  1. Midnight Run When Harry Met Sally What About...

    Midnight Run
    When Harry Met Sally
    What About Bob
    Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
    The Princess Bride
    The Three Amigos
    Legally Blonde
    Singin' in the Rain
    Tommy Boy
    One Crazy Summer
  2. Thanks. So is the sensor the CMV12000...

    Thanks. So is the sensor the CMV12000? If so, it sounds great except its native ISO is 250 and its dynamic range is 60 dB (10 stops).

    In 2010, CMOSIS announced the sensor.
    In 2015, AMS bought...
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    The Vintage Beauty Of Soviet Control Rooms...

    The Vintage Beauty Of Soviet Control Rooms
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpypTXccG2I

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpypTXccG2I
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    I get a kick out of some of the videos on a...

    I get a kick out of some of the videos on a Youtube channel called Aging Wheels, hosted by a young guy who buys exotic cheap cars, like a 1981 Trabant.

    The car was made in East Germany 1963-1989,...
  6. Yeah, I took a linguistics course, and the part...

    Yeah, I took a linguistics course, and the part on phonemes helped me sync and chop dialogue.
  7. I didn't make it, I just saw that it was free for...

    I didn't make it, I just saw that it was free for Amazon Prime members, so I thought I would pass it along.

    I like your recommendation about music theory, that's beautiful. I can't play any...
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    Oh, I see later you say:

    Oh, I see later you say:
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    And focal distance. If you focus the lens on...

    And focal distance. If you focus the lens on something far away, the depth of field is deeper than if you focus on something up close. That's why the old cinematography depth-of-field charts included...
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    Depth of field is a product of: (1) f-stop, (2)...

    Depth of field is a product of: (1) f-stop, (2) focal length, and (3) focal distance.

    Sorry, my last post was simplistic. Even accounting for f-stop, a lens for a bigger sensor would still be...
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    I have a theory that if you match depth of field,...

    I have a theory that if you match depth of field, then you will match size and weight.

    The lauded ENG lenses are around f/2 and 20x. But they are 2/3", whose crop factor is 4.

    The crop factor...
  12. Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound

    Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound is free right now on Amazon Prime.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsIE4x3xU0Y

    It includes interviews with the greats like Walter Murch and Ben Burtt,...
  13. Related, No Subtitles Necessary...

    Related, No Subtitles Necessary is free right now on Amazon Prime, about Laszlo Kovacs and Vilmos Zsigmond. I enjoyed it, but I'm still trying to think of something that meets your criteria of...
  14. The only movie I've heard of revising the style...

    The only movie I've heard of revising the style of cinematography is The Godfather. Nowadays it isn't so remarkable, but in the 1970s it was scandalously dark.

    ...
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    Great response, OldCorpse! I wholeheartedly agree.

    Great response, OldCorpse! I wholeheartedly agree.
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    What if someone mentioned that new film by Martin...

    What if someone mentioned that new film by Martin Scorsees at the Cans Film Festival?

    This is lots of fun exploring linguistic variation, but a lot of the examples are international. When Japan...
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    OldCorpse, I am a bit jealous of your immunity to...

    OldCorpse, I am a bit jealous of your immunity to others' opinions. I think you know this, but that trait is rare. Most of us, against our will, feel at least a pull from what others feel (more...
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    I was waiting for someone to post that Monty...

    I was waiting for someone to post that Monty Python skit :)

    To clarify my question, by argument I mean any kind of disagreement. Nowadays a lot of people hear argue and think quarrel or bicker,...
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    Do you enjoy argument?

    I don't. However there is evidence to suggest that not everyone feels that way.

    Disagreement causes in me a visceral response that is like a mild form of PTSD. I'm naturally diplomatic. I believe...
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    Okay, I'll pronounce it bokay :) As for Bayer,...

    Okay, I'll pronounce it bokay :)

    As for Bayer, and responding to some of the other comments, it's named after a guy from Maine, who died just 8 years ago. It isn't a loanword, imported centuries...
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    Bayer is pronounced like buyer

    I have been saying Bayer filter wrong. It's pronounced like buyer, because that's how Bryce Bayer's name was pronounced.

    In the Wikipedia article for Bryce Bayer, you can see, "/ˈbaɪər/;...
  22. Thread: Tenet

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    It was cheaper to blow up a real 747...

    It was cheaper to blow up a real 747 (not that Nolan likes computer effects anyway)
  23. I just remembered this article, written almost...

    I just remembered this article, written almost exactly 3 years ago:

    Dune (1965) borrows "from the midcentury United States' nascent environmental movement, European feudalism, Middle Eastern oil...
  24. Your old camera had an S16ish sensor and a 12x...

    Your old camera had an S16ish sensor and a 12x zoom, equivalent to 19-228mm on S35.

    Your new camera's sensor is 4 times the area of your old camera's sensor. Therefore an equivalent lens will be...
  25. Thank you for reminding me about Lightworks, and...

    Thank you for reminding me about Lightworks, and I'm glad to hear that some of you still like it. I was thinking about my options since I prefer Linux. It's nice to see it has both DEB and RPM...
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