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    • Lots of C100's at the NBA finals
      The game is shot standard broadcast. The 16mm was for highlights. 
    • Lots of C100's at the NBA finals
      Thanks for the insight. I meant, how do they telecine live?
    • 1080 vs. 4K: What is REALLY necessary?
      Haven't had this good a laugh to a response to a forum quote in ages. People think it will fool the public today because of resolution. Ha! They were taking the piss out of that notion decades ago. I wanted to bring up crop factor which seems the sacrifice for great DR at consumer level. There, it's brought up. Any thoughts? Edit: and no matter how much folks take communion for speedboosters at the altar, I can always see the difference of a full to 35 sensor. People don't look like like toys in the frame.
    • Filmmakers are Magicians
      "SO OBVIOUSLY A CARD TRICK!"   like   "SO OBVIOUSLY A FAKE SCENE!"   It is not the card trick, but how you angled it and treated it, as a filmmaker if you make the card trick look magical, regardless of how cheap a stack of cards are. Others are going to be amazed regardless.   They will only say it is cheap, had you pulled it off amateurishly bad. Look at guys skateboarding, would you rather see a guy safely doing a trick he can pull off in a satisfying way, or perhaps do the five worst extremes:   A: Hide the trick   B: Replace the trick with a lesser one that can already be done with your resources effectively, that you just want to make lazy on you: the filmmaker's part.   C: Make him do something that is impossible but will hurt him.   D. Throw money for a better skater, wait until the person can do more tricks, and then in the end replace the guy with a professional who calls it quits first day.   E. Begin with a guy who forgot he was not a skateboarder, but rather a guy who guides along, not willing to do tricks, but just willing to get the credit.   You got to let the skater pull off his tricks effectively, this is why you should admire guys who film those in extreme sports, and you got to let it be the most the person can do satisfying to the person, realistically what you want, and the audience. Rather than those four.   As a result:   "MY GOD I COULD NEVER DO THAT!"   You may have in the comments or in replies:   "Tehehehehehehe! I could do that!"   Do what pulled off effectively?   "Teheheheheheheheheh! That!"   Here's a camera, how do you do it exactly?   "._. ........................................................................................................ Wut?"   IN THE END THE ONE WHOSE BIGGEST RESPONSIBILITY IS NOT THE SKATER BUT YOU!   So be chill with a guy doing oillies off a staircase, kickflips, and rail slides. Then edit it in a way that makes look more than what he is.   AS A RESULT HE LOOKS PROFESSIONAL. Truth be told, he is, but at an early stage.
    • 5 reasons why I will be getting a Panasonic GH5
      But they have. The G7 was a huge step forward in low light performance. 

      Not as good as the Sony, but a damn good performance nonetheless.