Hollow point and shoot

Hollow point and shoot

Joined on Mar 19, 2012

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Sdaniella: Well, at least with the EOS C300, one doesn't need a full make-up crew to 'over-color' its cast members, or the entire set, so they look natural on camera as they do to accommodate RED camera's de-saturation tendencies (why's that anyway?)..., and the C300 looks compact enough so a 3D stereoscopic binocular setup side-by-side, won't be massive as the complicated RED custom mirror setup would be for 3D...
here:
http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/05/peter-jackson-reveals-the-red-epic-secrets-behind-the-hobbit-vi/
yikes...

The C300 in side by side 3d configurations would be limited to full shots and establishing shots with subjects 10+ feet from wide lenses. In a pinch you might squeeze a medium by eliminating the background, but that's pushing it. A rig made of these cameras would have a 133mm Inter Axial distance. That's too large for medium work and out of the question for close ups. Consider a proven mirror rig in your costs if you plan to purchase this camera for 3D work.

http://lifeis3d.blogspot.ca/2012/03/canon-eos-c300-for-3d.html

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