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The F65 looks and sounds very sexy. I'd still like to see a version of it with an optical viewing system like the Alexa Studio. I would bet that they will also have a 4:3 sensor option/variant for anamorphic lens compatibility. Hopefully, it will do better on sensitivity and shadow detail than the F35, too.

The specs on the F65:

http://pro.sony.com/bbsc/ssr/product..._Mod_F65_p_ad1
post #92 of 94
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The specs on the F65:

http://pro.sony.com/bbsc/ssr/product..._Mod_F65_p_ad1

Thanks mate. I think I need to go on a field trip to Band Pro soon.
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How Technology is Influencing Story & Film - Sundance 2012 Full Panel

Our first panel at Sundance 2012 featured talented panelists and filmmakers Rob Legato, Jacob Rosenberg, and Vincent Laforet; the panel was moderated by Sharlto Copley. The panelists shared insights on how technology and tools have impacted the way they create films and tell stories. Watch the full panel video here.

http://tv.adobe.com/watch/adobe-at-s...ling-and-film/
post #94 of 94
Not sure if this was posted. Looks interesting.

The Last Projectionist (2011)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1966607/


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