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Re: [fulldome] video rig

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  • david mcconville
    R&J was an Arri 35mm camera w/fisheye lens and Optical Nervous System was a Kodak still camera with a fisheye lens (storing frames to a laptop). david ...
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 30, 2004
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      R&J was an Arri 35mm camera w/fisheye lens and Optical Nervous System was a
      Kodak still camera with a fisheye lens (storing frames to a laptop).

      david

      At 10:11 PM 6/27/2004, kemperbark wrote:

      >Does anyone know what type of video or film camera/rig was used for
      >the two video submitions to domefest2004? Was it a front and back HD
      >setup? Thanks!

      >-Kemper

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    • Hue Bumgarner-Kirby
      can you make recommmendations about fisheyes for digital still cameras??? Brands? necessary features??? things to avoid??? hue ... Hue Walker Bumgarner-Kirby
      Message 2 of 3 , Jul 1, 2004
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        can you make recommmendations about fisheyes for digital still
        cameras??? Brands? necessary features??? things to avoid???

        hue

        On 1 Jul 2004, david mcconville <id@...> wrote:

        > R&J was an Arri 35mm camera w/fisheye lens and Optical Nervous System was a
        > Kodak still camera with a fisheye lens (storing frames to a laptop).


        ------Hue----------------( 8:>
        Hue Walker Bumgarner-Kirby

        To go in the dark with a light is to know the light.
        To know the dark, go dark. Go without sight,
        and find that the dark, too, blooms and sings,
        and is traveled by dark feet and dark wings. --W.Berry
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