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  • Author:
    Douglas Underdahl
  • ISBN:
    1570872856
  • ISBN13:
    978-1570872853
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  • Publisher:
    Long Valley Equipment, Inc. (June 1, 1993)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Photography & Video
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The best book written on the 16 and Super 16mm Camera, from Camera-to Lenses-A must for Film Students. It's a fascinating subject and Douglas Underdahl manages to make it funny too!!! There's also plenty of advice for the first time director.

The best book written on the 16 and Super 16mm Camera, from Camera-to Lenses-A must for Film Students. 13 people found this helpful.

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The 16mm Camera Book book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The 16mm Camera Book. by. Douglas Underdahl.

He authored The 16mm Camera Book and has contributed articles to film magazines. Douglas Underdahl's career has been varied and unusual. A designer and fabricator of film equipment, Douglas has also taught film at various academies

He authored The 16mm Camera Book and has contributed articles to film magazines. Film School Confidential is his first feature. A designer and fabricator of film equipment, Douglas has also taught film at various academies. His short films including one produced for Saturday Night Live, have won numerous awards. He authored The 16mm Camera Book and has contributed articles to film magazines. Film School Confidential (2001). The films by this director at IFFR. Film School Confidential.

This is the "How-To" Section of Konvas. By reading these how-to articles, you agree that you read them as a "friendly guideline of advice" to aid you in working with your Russian Cinema cameras and gear. You also fully agree. org Konvas, Kinor 35mm Motion Picture Cameras & LOMO lenses.

Douglas Underdahl is a designer of motion picture equipment, author, teacher, director of photography, and director

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 lens mounts for Red Digital Cinema, and he designed and fabricated equipment for the deep dive photography in James Cameron's Titanic.

by Douglas Underdahl. We receive 2 copies every 6 months. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781570872853.

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. 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.

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Mr.Champions
Great general resource for film-makers.
Varshav
The best book written on the 16 and Super 16mm Camera, from Camera-to Lenses-A must for Film Students
Bort
excellent resource for those that are in love with the medium of film and creating motion pictures. I love this book!
Reggy
it even includes info on the Krasnogorsk-3!

Good stuff here, lots of production prep tips, notes on all major makes of 16mm movie cameras plus the expected chapters on lenses, lights, and so on. Plus stuff like low-cost tips and tricks for filters, making your own stuff. Having this book is like having a nice next-door neighbor who you can stop by and ask questions.
Era
If you've just bought your first 16mm camera or thinking of hiring one for a shoot, this book is invaluable. It's a fascinating subject and Douglas Underdahl manages to make it funny too!!! There's also plenty of advice for the first time director. What more can I say? The book makes you want to grab your Bolex, run into the street and start making a movie!!
Gir
Fantastic book, the best I've ever read on cameras and experiences with cameras. I wish Underdahl would write more. HIGHLY recommended! (Review entered on behalf of Jeff Hill.)