Chromakey Green Muslin Screen 9'x15'
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- 9 ft by 15 ft, 100% cotton muslin backdrop.
- Rod pocket.
- Backdrop stands not included
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 1 x 14 inches|
|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Material Type||100% cotton|
|Shipping Weight||3.4 pounds|
The Chromakey professional background is perfect for your studio, video production, and digital photography. It is made of non-glare 100% cotton muslin which is not reflecting light so that can help you to have professional results easily. Includes: (1) Chromakey Green Screen 9'x 15'
Top Customer Reviews
As for how good the Chromakey color is is very debatable. It is not uniform in color throughout the entire piece of muslin, and it is nowhere near as bright green as it shows in the photos above. It is a get what you paid for item so don't think you will be able to make one or two clicks to get rid of the Chromakey background and replace it with a digital background in a snap. It will take some time in post production to get rid of all the green and a good user skill in masking so the final image does not look like it was taken with a green screen then modified in post production.
As with most muslin it DOES wrinkle however what I do is leave it on my back drop stand and use clips and stretch the material around the bars of the back drop stand from top to bottom pulling it tight using about 6 or 7 clips all the way down on both sides of the back drop stand and let the rest lay flat on the floor and tape it down. That does help in making the wrinkles easier to deal with and for an additional step in helping to lessen post production I use two bright lights with 43" reflective umbrella's with a black outside aimed directly on either side of the muslin at a slight angle to blow out some wrinkles and discoloration in the fabric.
Overall it does the job. If I can figure out where to post a before and after photo using this muslin I will post it.
Con's: Thin. I have this hung about 6 feet from a wall. If I dont light the front I can see throught it. Would probaly work better if up against a wall or had another one of these directly behind it.
After a couple of hours and several "shoots" I finally tried keying out this back drop. In both Sony Vegas 10 and HitFilm Ultimate this screen left a residual blue film in the frame. I had to really work at it to get the whole thing to dissapear. My guess is the problem is the that it is so thin. Not sure if I will keep this or not.
Overall, I am very pleased with my purchase.
UPDATE: Muslin Screen is not TRUE chroma key green, its too dark and has faded fairly quickly.
Cons: Smells odd, Folded=Wrinkly mess, Thin and allows light through back.
When I ordered this product, I was wary with all of these repetitive reviews complaining of, "Non-True Chromakey Green!" and some people referring to odd quality and strange stains on their green screens. When I decided to purchase the backdrop, they told me it would be here in a few days with BASIC ground shipping! They delivered right on the date, just as promised. I quickly opened the box, praying there weren't any stains or other horrific sights. -I'm always worried about creepy products made in foreign countries and stored by unknown businesses out of their homes or odd little office buildings. So when I got this and the tag read, "Fancier" after I clearly read "Britek" on Amazon.com, I was a little scared. When I opened the cheap plastic bag that it was stored in, I noticed it was FOLDED... UGH! -A filmmaker's worst nightmare! The wrinkles were atrocious, but when I tested the screen, ON THE FLOOR, wrinkles and all, and one single little ghetto light with no diffuser, I was able to COMPLETELY key out all of the wrinkles perfectly! Now, my only one complaint is that this thing smells like carrots and weird plastics... Anybody else have this problem? LOL. OH! Make sure you don't have light behind it too, because the light will come through this muslin material and ruin your shot. ;) Cheers!
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Wrinkles flatten out when stretched on a frame and sprayed with water.Read more