June 2005
Millimeter;Jun2005, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on highlights of the Cinegear, a cinematography exhibition at the Warner Ranch. Robert Elswit's discussion about the difficulties of digital dailies at the Gamma and Density booth; Features of Gamma and Density's 3cP system for cinematographers.


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