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The 16mm Camera Book

The 16mm Camera Book
Your Price: $43.50 CDN
Author: Douglas Underdahl
Publisher: Long Valley Equipment, Inc.
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 192
Pub. Date: 1993
Edition: 2nd
ISBN-10: 1570872856
ISBN-13: 9781570872853

About the Book:

The 16mm Camera Book by Douglas Underdahl is filled with chapters on camera functions, equipment testing, and technical discussions of the majority of all 16mm cameras and related equipment in wide use today. You will find extensive information not only on basics of camera function, but actual camera themselves. Why, for example, is the CP 16R better to hand hold than an Arri 16BL? How can you make any sync camera quieter? How do you perform a scratch test? Which light meter is best for cinematography? How do you shoot a TV screen? What's the best (and safest) way to clean lens?

A chapter on lightmeters explains the basics on exposure in a straightforward yet surprisingly thorough way. Actual equipment (meters, cameras, lenses, tripods, and accessories) is detailed in such a way as to provide a complete ready reference for both the beginner and seasoned pro alike. Need to know the shutter angle of a Bolex? The closest focus of a Zeiss 10-100 zoom? It's all in The 16mm Camera Book

What people say:

"It's the best book on filmmaking I've come across." — Rosanne Limoncelli, Production Supervisor, NYU Tisch School of the Arts

"Quite Comprehensive. It's been very helpful to us." — Vanina Feldsztein, Hand Held Films

"The author remembers what it was like to be a novice filmmaker. Here he expertly guides the beginner through the ever challenging and often frightening world of film technology." — Paul Koester, Director of Photography

About the Author:

Douglas Underdahl is a designer of motion picture equipment, author, teacher, director of photography, and director. His company Long Valley Equipment manufactures the industry standard Seven Jib, Super Track Dolly, and R8 lens conversion, and he designed and fabricated equipment for the deep dive photography in Titanic. He has taught film production at New York University, School of Visual Arts, the New York Film Academy, and the International Film and Television Workshops in Maine.