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    Ross Leaving las Vegas was shot in Super 16mm, so was Black Swan. Leaving las Vegas used an optical blow up to 35mm 1.85 whereas Black Swan went the digital route. I personally prefer the look of Leaving Las Vegas. The sound has nothing to do with the originating camera format with one exception 65mm (still one of the best sounds and definetely best picture) that uses a 6 Channel magnetic Soundtrack. Bad sound is usually a product of ultra low budget or Dogma films, good sound needs a good Sound editor and good ADR both things an ultra low budget movie can't afford. Another point is the look of digital vs Analoge projection digital production rarely reaches 2K whereas 35mm Optical is between 3.2 to 4k Imax upt to 12K so you have a definete loss of digital and quality with digital projection but of course no scratches or dirt.

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    Dominik said: "The sound has nothing to do with the originating camera format"

    Well apart from Tacita Dean at the Tate 16mm is pretty much dead (to her regret) but as a rule cutting 16mm involved 16mm work print and 16mm mag sound for picture and sound post.

    Protools etc. became the weapon of choice for sound post quite a few years ago and the film gauge was indeed not relevant , I'm being a boring old chap remembering the analogue days. A young assistant on one Protools lay had an illuminating moment when we had cause to refer to the 35mm cutting copy and I spoke of frames (also found in Protools' nomenclature) He had never seen a strip of film and the frames thereon.
    Suddenly it all made sense to him.

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    And of course you do need a camera:

    http://magazine.creativecow.net/arti...ading-to-black

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