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post #631 of 1041
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Originally Posted by dm145 View Post

Sara is hard to look at in HD

There's no accounting for taste, and personally I think yours is quite off.
post #632 of 1041
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Originally Posted by kucharsk View Post

There's no accounting for taste, and personally I think yours is quite off.

you commented on my post that Sara is hard to look at in hd, twice.
what is your deal?
post #633 of 1041
Lawrence Fishbourne carried that whole trilogy.. I agree LV the best out of the 3 of them..
post #634 of 1041
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Originally Posted by taxman48 View Post

Lawrence Fishbourne carried that whole trilogy.. I agree LV the best out of the 3 of them..

yes, but he was the only one in all three! He should have carried it - no question!
post #635 of 1041
I think last night's storyline scenario really happened recently?
I heard Jay Leno joke about it.
Somebody held up a gun store and then got shot by multiple people in the gun store. The people in the gun store all had legal concealed handguns.
post #636 of 1041
Best drama HD picture quality seen in a while last night (fake gold bars episode). According to this late-'09 article (page 3), the producer said they'd use the Sony F-35 digital camera and HDCAM-SR tape machine. First page of the article discusses other CSI-show camera options, but it seems like CSI:Miami is still too fuzzy, and CSI Vegas needs work, IMO, to match or exceed its former (presumably) 35mm production. Wish other all-digital producers (NCIS, etc.) would match CSI NY's 1080/24p HD quality. (WCBS-DT, no subchannels, via NYC TWC to 65" 1080p plasma @8') -- John
post #637 of 1041
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Originally Posted by John Mason View Post

CSI Vegas needs work, IMO, to match or exceed its former (presumably) 35mm production.

CSI (Las Vegas) has always been shot on 35mm film.

Glimmie said:
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CSI is done at www.postgroup.com. Scanned on either a Thomson Spirit1 or a Cintel DSX.

10-21-2005

Here's some info about CSI on cinematography of season 1 from American Cinematographer:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showp...6&postcount=12

check out
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - The First Season (Blu-ray)
post #638 of 1041
Was last nights episode new? We were preemted by teh ACC Tournament and they are runnign it late tonight, but the description is for a rerun. Just wanted to make sure before we did not record it.
post #639 of 1041
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Originally Posted by kspaz View Post

CSI (Las Vegas) has always been shot on 35mm film.

Glimmie said:
10-21-2005

Here's some info about CSI on cinematography of season 1 from American Cinematographer:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showp...6&postcount=12

check out
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - The First Season (Blu-ray)

Thanks, kspaz, for the refresh '05 link on CSI:Vegas. Recall the digitalcontentproducer.com article indicated this original CSI was sticking with 35mm but the others were going all-digital for the current season. But the CSI:NY this week, mentioned above, had such excellent contrast and detail for digital capture, seemingly exceeding CS:Vegas PQ, that the productions seemed to be getting ambiguous. IMDB.com seems to often list 2010 shows only as 1.78:1 under their tech spec sections, not all the camera changes. Then again, I've been catching CSI Vegas on Fridays from TWC's HD VOD channel, which likely shaves off some of the PQ. -- John

EDIT: Yes, Lee L, Thursday's episode was new. Just watched it on TWC's HD VOD channel.
post #640 of 1041
Confusing episode last night.
The ending was a lil sad.
post #641 of 1041
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Originally Posted by Young C View Post

Confusing episode last night.
The ending was a lil sad.

very

writers are trying too hard to have twist upon twist

why would the boy claw at blood on old bloody shirt if he was their to remove the evidence to cover up fire?
post #642 of 1041
can anyone explain last nights episode? I also found it very confusing.. Was the lady lawyer involved? Sad about the kids..
post #643 of 1041
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Originally Posted by John Mason View Post

But the CSI:NY this week, mentioned above, had such excellent contrast and detail for digital capture,

It is shot on The Sony F-35 camera.

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CSI: NY - CBS- [Sony] F35 - Mike Most & Mark H. Weingartner

SOURCE: http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=143112443825

The F-35 was used on ABC's "Defying Gravity" last Summer.
also the new Pilot for "V"

http://pro.sony.com/bbsc/ssr/product-F35/
post #644 of 1041
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Originally Posted by dm145 View Post

why would the boy claw at blood on old bloody shirt if he was their to remove the evidence to cover up fire?

It's implied he either got the blood on his fingers leafing through what he thought was the correct box or trying to stop himself from falling when he was startled.
post #645 of 1041
Interesting episode tonight.
The whole cast seemed silly. Not sure if it was all a "dream" or if the cast was really being silly.
post #646 of 1041
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Originally Posted by Young C View Post

Interesting episode tonight.
The whole cast seemed silly. Not sure if it was all a "dream" or if the cast was really being silly.

I think CSI does one of these "silly" episodes each year where Hodges and Wendy get to hook up. If I remember correctly, last year the episode was somewhat Star Trek based.
post #647 of 1041
You're right. I remember that episode.
post #648 of 1041
It wasn't a dream, the silly parts were Hodge's version enhancing his role and poking fun at the others. I thought it was a fantastic ep. Loved that they slipped in some Ghostbusters lines too: "I collect spores, molds, and fungus." and "Back off man, I'm a toxicologist." The latter of course a paraphrase, but all hilarious.

And he and Wendy didn't hook up last year, just learned their attraction. Now they'll hook up at some point.
post #649 of 1041
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Originally Posted by SteveFitz1 View Post

I think CSI does one of these "silly" episodes each year where Hodges and Wendy get to hook up. If I remember correctly, last year the episode was somewhat Star Trek based.


Yes and tonight's new episode even featured a character quoting from a Star Trek episode "You are great. I am great!"

In the credits, the actors who play Hodges and Wendy were listed as writing the teleplay too!
post #650 of 1041
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Originally Posted by SteveFitz1 View Post

I think CSI does one of these "silly" episodes each year where Hodges and Wendy get to hook up. If I remember correctly, last year the episode was somewhat Star Trek based.

Yeah, they do one of these off-the-wall episodes at least once a year. I thought last night's was one of the better ones like that.
post #651 of 1041
There were some good one-liners in there, I liked when the boy said something like "I am concerned" and revealed his shirt that said "Concerned Scientists Association" or something.

The girl looked just like Catherine, guessing that was intentional.
post #652 of 1041
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Originally Posted by SteveFitz1 View Post

I think CSI does one of these "silly" episodes each year where Hodges and Wendy get to hook up. If I remember correctly, last year the episode was somewhat Star Trek based.

I think that part of the reason they run these episodes is it gives some of the main characters relief from filming. The secondary characters get to be the main characters for a week, which allows the main characters a chance to have a rest from being on the set all the time. Then you can also use it for character development for the secondary characters.

Now, my vote for the worst episode so far this season was the Rascal Flatts episode. Hooked 220 volt to the amp and electrocuted the bass player? Give me a break, it would have fried the amp before it ever got close to shocking anyone, and the tech would certainly have never been able to finish the show using the same amp. I expect that type of foolishness from CSI:Miami, but not from CSI (Los Vegas).
post #653 of 1041
Yeah, that one was pretty bad. Seems like some of the creative writing has gone downhill a bit.
post #654 of 1041
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Originally Posted by dm145 View Post

Sara is hard to look at in HD

Both Sara and Nick are 10+ years older than they were in 1999 when the show started, and it shows on both of them.
post #655 of 1041
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Originally Posted by dkreichen1968 View Post

Both Sara and Nick are 10+ years older than they were in 1999 when the show started, and it shows on both of them.

That certainly doesn't mean Jorja Fox is unattractive or "hard to look at" in HD.

I can't speak for George Eads.
post #656 of 1041
She is ghastly
post #657 of 1041
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Originally Posted by wmarkw View Post

She is ghastly

Whatever.
post #658 of 1041
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Originally Posted by dkreichen1968 View Post

Both Sara and Nick are 10+ years older than they were in 1999 when the show started, and it shows on both of them.

We're all 10+ years older than we were in 1999 when the show started, and I'm sure it shows on all of us, including YOU!
Or are you so still so young that age has not yet taken its toll on you and/or you are only interested in outer looks/beauty?
post #659 of 1041
10 years older just means 10 years more experience.
post #660 of 1041
+ or - 10 years makes no difference for Jorja Fox
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