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    Senior Member El Gato Negro's Avatar
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    Hey Crew!

    Just finished being the UPM on an exciting sci-fi short film entitled "The One Who Hears Me" directed by Aren Zolninger. The short film was shot on the Aaton 16mm camera using Kodak film stock. What a rejuvenating experience to work on film again after a 5 year hiatus. I was hired last minute and only had one day to prep but I made it happen! Can't wait to see some footage! Here are some BTS stills.

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    Rad! Mixing 16mm and scifi is an interesting combo!- Share the link when its up.
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    I too am interested in seeing the results. I have a roll of 7219 just sitting in my fridge waiting for the day.


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    Now that's a proper camera! I had Aatons for quite a few years wen they cost proper money - you can pick Super 16 kit up for pennies now, and yes it is always special shooting on film, lucky you.
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    If you want to shoot film you better hurry. Kodak is worse off than expected.

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    Hey Guys!

    Here are some screen grabs from the shoot!
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    Wow, glorious. Just Glorious.


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    Lets see ANY digital camera do that. NICE!


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    Why do you celluloids use this forum,the only regular TV programn here in the uk recorded with super 16mm is Doc Martin and that looks soft with color that is not up to modern digital.
    Its sad Your deluded .
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