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"Snow White and the Huntsman" in Panavision's System 65

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Written by: Kodak's In Camera Magazine, 1. June 2012Date: 22.06.2012
The significantly larger 65mm film format – which has lately been used on several films including "The Tree of Life", "Mission: Impossible-Ghost Protocol", and the upcoming "The Dark Knight Rises", among others – was again brought into action by Fraser. “The 65mm stock is absolutely incredible and it has no rival now,” exclaims the cinematographer. “It is simply the best format we had to work with. We used it on certain key wide shots and second unit shots. From a technical point of view, wide shots and resolution don’t always go hand in hand. Sometimes the wider anamorphic lenses don’t appear to resolve the best. We found that with a wide shot in 65mm, you get the absolute finest resolving power. Then we would do the coverage on 35mm anamorphic, and it worked quite well.” The large format scenes were done with Panavision’s System 65 cameras.

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