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    • BM Production Camera 4K still good?
      Hi guys what is your thoughts on Production Camera 4K compare to others ursa mini red mx gh4 ect.   Some questions 1 Is camera still supported by BM? 2 It comes in PL and EF mount can other adapters be used like CY mount on EF and PL. 3 you can get ursa mini 4k for same price of price Production Camera 4K EF what am missing here just update and support of ursa mini.   Thanks guys
    • Canon 1DX II - Video Camera Perspective - Mini interview on the missing details
      Another question... How easy is it to match a 1DXII (shooting in HD) with a C100? Also, if using the Atomos Ninja or Blackmagic Video Assist with the 1DXII in HD I can bypass the 30 minute record limit of the camera, right?
    • Canon 1DX-II vs. 1DC - Which one would you buy?
      Just bought a 1DC for an affordable price.  Pretty pumped to start shooting with something that seemed so out of reach a few years ago. 
    • Is the Alexa still king? (Actual question, not an argument)
      In Australia, Sydney anyway, we shoot with Alexa 99% of the time. There was a period where the 4:3 was very popular with gorgeous panavision anamorphics. The Amira came onto the scene for a few minutes but most camera assistants hated it. Menu is tricky to get your head around on the first few uses especially when youre under the pump not to mention there is no 'dumb side' like on a normal Alexa. The mini has been really popular, especially with all the gimbal and steadicam jobs. Next popular would be Red Dragon. I guess for the most part it comes down to personal preference and also ease of use, especially in the post side of things. Arri has great images, easy to use and post is a simple process. Lots of producers are scared off by Red and this is due to post houses not being up to spec to handle the files. I own a Dragon myself and when you know what to do and have the correct processes in place its easy as can be. Plenty of the post houses were having to transcode files to work with the NLEs and that is just rubbish these days. It meant the post timeframe was drawn out, and more expensive and that put people off. Red Dragon is awesome in the right hands.