if there were multiple cameras filming from essentially the same point, each camera would have had to have been in a slightly different position, thus capturing a slightly different image angle. Could you not than take an image from each film to create a stereoscopic 3-d image? Has this been tried?
Do the high quality transparencies overlay exactly onto the lesser quality images from the film or are there slight differences in the angle, etc.?
Also, does the quality of the image change through the progression of the PG film, indicating a change in the camera used to make the film?
Im very interested in all of this and have been reading along for quite a while. I just wonder how there could be different cameras filming at the same time and still record the exact same image angle.