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  1. #1 Fangoria did an article on my film. 
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    Fangoria magazine did an article on my upcoming film Mind Rip. I am planning shooting it on the URSA. I feel the global shutter and the higher frame rates will better serve me. Please take a look.

    http://www.fangoria.com/new/exclusiv...ip-new-poster/
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    Very nice. Brings back a lot of memories -- one of my first jobs was at an amazing video store on Long Island that specialized in horror... What did you shoot the trailer on?...
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    What will you do if the URSA is not available before shooting starts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Huff View Post
    What will you do if the URSA is not available before shooting starts?
    Just tape an ipad to a BMPC and ask people to move 2.5 times slower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ponysmasher View Post
    Just tape an ipad to a BMPC and ask people to move 2.5 times slower.
    Well played.
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    I shot the whole thing on an HVX200.
    Quote Originally Posted by scorsesefan View Post
    Very nice. Brings back a lot of memories -- one of my first jobs was at an amazing video store on Long Island that specialized in horror... What did you shoot the trailer on?...
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    We will see. The 60fps and the global shutter will really be important when I shoot the miniature photography. Specifically we are shooting a rod puppet monster at 1/4 scale with flashing lights and smoke blowing around.
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