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Eugenia Loli-Queru
2007 September 18th, 03:32
The HV20 was used in many scenes and as a B-Roll camera for the TV-quality web-only TV series "PINK" ( http://www.pinktheseries.com/ ). I interviewed the director here, and I asked him about his opinion on the HV20 as a production camera:
http://www.freshdv.com/2007/09/exclusive-interview-with-blake-calhoun-dir-of-pink.html

Kraken
2007 September 18th, 19:51
I'm just wondering which part was shot with the hv20 and which one with the A1? Any 35mm extension (adapter) has been used while shooting? Btw I really appritiate the idea and the video quality. They really achieved the film look that we all want to make :)

tkmslee
2007 September 18th, 20:07
Very cool. I think most of it was filmed with the A1. In the photos section, the A1 is always mounted on the tripods and cranes.

Also, you can see they used the LetusFE 35mm adapter...kind of surprising.

Eugenia Loli-Queru
2007 September 18th, 20:19
I don't know which shots are shot with which, but I know he used a 35mm on his A1: http://loudpictures.blogspot.com/
I would guess that the more... normal scenes could be with the HV20.

Ian-T
2007 September 18th, 20:27
These are real short Webisodes...anbd I believe he mentioned that he shot the underwater scenes with an HV20 in the first episode.....don't know about the rest however.

Eugenia Loli-Queru
2007 September 18th, 21:27
Episode 3 was just released on revver btw (it has the best quality of the rest of the sites that was submitted on).