So has any 3D work been shot on Alexa yet? What would be the preferred rig with the camera's size and shape?
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Pace is currently shooting Hugo Cabret with Alexa's on a Pace Steadicam beamsplitter. Images have been posted elsewhere. Others are shooting as well but have not announced publicly perhaps.
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Tom McDonnell wrote :
>> So has any 3D work been shot on Alexa yet?
Scorsese and Bob Richardson are currently shooting an S3D feature in England using ALEXAs. The cameras will fit onto any of the standard rigs with little difficulty. I believe they're using Pace gear.
Pace is the only current 3D Rig manufacturer using Alexa's in a 3D configuration. I may be wrong?
I'm sure either the Kerner Optical Rig or Element Technica Quasar would fit Alexa’s. Now will it fit with Short zooms, I'm not 100% till I can put it up.
3ality's Rig may hold Alexa’s but I'll let someone who knows more about 3ality's Rig speak on it.
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Jason Goodman wrote:
>> Pace is currently shooting Hugo Cabret with Alexa’s on a Pace Steadicam beamsplitter.
Transformers 3 is also shooting with Alexi’s using a Pace Steadicam rig on some shots here.
Total weight including two cameras or just the rigs themselves?
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The ET Q rig will fit the Alexa with a short zoom and a bit of adjustments.
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>>Total weight including two cameras or just the rigs themselves?
They're using Steadicam, Larry McConkey, but it's always rigged to something, dolly or Segway.
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