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‘Indiana Jones & Temple of Doom’ (1983) Nikon F3 SLR camera modification

July 3, 2015

Long before digital photography, compact cameras, & CGI, in Temple of Doom, the stop motion special effects were shot with a modified Nikon F3 SLR still camera. This camera uses real 35mm film. At the time, this was innovative because one could not use point of view stop motion scenes using a large & bulky 35mm Mitchell movie camera.

'Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom' (1983) – Modification of Nikon F3 SLR for the Stop Motion special…

Posted by Stop Motion Works on Friday, July 3, 2015

‘Indiana Jones & Temple of Doom’ (1983) Nikon F3 SLR camera modification

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