[Sidefx-houdini-list] camera aperture

P. Alex Lim list at poh-yee.com
Thu Apr 9 12:38:34 EDT 2009


Hi Peter, Ben, thanks.

So, in order for me to accurately calculate the aperture, I'd need to  
know what kind of camera and film scanner they were using? And  
potentially even needing to find out the dot pitch of the scanner?

Quite interesting. Thank you!


Alex



Quoting Peter Robbinson:

> Hi Alex,
>
> http://odforce.net/wiki/index.php/Real-world_camera_matching
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> PeterR
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> P. Alex Lim wrote:
>> Hi List!
>>
>> I guess it never occurred to me to wonder about this until a few days
>> ago... What kind of information will one need at hand in order to get
>> a much more accurate camera aperture? I've been told that having a
>> much more accurate camera aperture would yield a much better tracking
>> result, so I wondered if there's any possible way of knowing the
>> aperture without relying on the tracking software to guess?
>>
>> Thanks so much! :)
>> Alex
>>
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