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graphic:animation:capture [2018/05/10 01:48]
ying [Camera Data Sheet]
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ying [Camera Data Sheet]
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   * important note on Maya camera setting   * important note on Maya camera setting
-    * maya "​camera aperture"​ attribute use inch as unit, regardless of unit setting in preference+    * maya "​camera aperture" ​(so called film size) attribute use inch as unit, regardless of unit setting in preference
     * same as "focal length"​ is always use mm as unit     * same as "focal length"​ is always use mm as unit
  
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 ^ cinema camera ^ width (mm) ^ height (mm) ^ width (inch) ^ height (inch) ^ ^ cinema camera ^ width (mm) ^ height (mm) ^ width (inch) ^ height (inch) ^
 | 35 cinemascope | 43.87 | 18.67 | 1.727 | 0.735 |  | 35 cinemascope | 43.87 | 18.67 | 1.727 | 0.735 | 
-| 35mm full aperture |  |  | 0.968 | 0.735 | +| 35mm full aperture | 24.59  ​| ​18.67 | 0.968 | 0.735 | 
-| Super 35 |   | 0.968 | 0.412 | +| Super 35 | 24.59 10.46 | 0.968 | 0.412 | 
-| VistaVision |   | 1.451 | 0.968 | +| VistaVision | 36.86 24.59 | 1.451 | 0.968 | 
-| Genesis 1080p |   | 0.945 | 0.531 |+| Genesis 1080p | 24 13.49 | 0.945 | 0.531 |
  
 ====== Fun stuff behind the real camera motion ====== ====== Fun stuff behind the real camera motion ======