I'm quite simply a massive proponent of both practical effects (stop-motion, miniatures, et. al.) & as many esoteric vintage visual aesthetics as possible and use as much of my time to learn about them.
The only three things I want out of this camera are:
1) An affordable price range for the general public
2) A CCD sensor that renders colors similar to the Digital Bolex
3) An SDK for Dragonframe.
In this case, I’d probably have to go 6.2x in crop mode with Magic Lantern.
I’ve seen these in action before, especially on Kids R Evil’s clips over on Vimeo. His work (and his new LUTs) mimic the film look much better than anyone I’ve seen!
Which filter do you believe would achieve the look best?
Thanks so much!
Gauche, I know, but I really want to get as much input from people as I possibly can on this topic.
If I were to store a picture taken with Kodachrome film or a screenshot from a old film with a very bad telecine transfer on my IPhone, I could take it into Adobe Hue, fiddle with its properties, and create a very rough translation of that photo/screenshot's appearance?