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Jeremy,

Here are a couple of other places you may wanna look for info on  
technical specs.

This is a bit dated (2003), but may be more reliable than the fansite:

http://www.cableworld.com/cgi/cw/show_mag.cgi? 
pub=cw&mon=040703&file=whos_making_hidef.inc

There is also some discussion in the forums on www.cinematography.com

Hopefully, this helps.

-chad

On Dec 12, 2005, at 11:58 AM, Jeremy Butler wrote:

> Does anyone know a good resource for finding the technical  
> specifications for the shooting of TV programs in the U.S?  Also,  
> I'm trying to avoid using fee-based sites like /Variety/.com.
>
> E.g., I'm currently trying to track down the original format for / 
> CSI/.  It appears to be film (although it's becoming very difficult  
> to tell these days), but is it 16mm, 35mm, super16, super35, etc?
>
> Thanks for any suggestions.
>
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