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    • Lenses
      Freaking great color! 20mm- beautiful FOV, if one knows how to use it! What Fstop did you shoot this with, 3.5? won an auction for the Canon 20mm nFD for 220 USD. Kinda worried now, because manual focus on the 28mm FD is very tricky from 3m to infinity, focus throw tinely short between these two marks, so focus can easily to be off.
    • 5D mk4 Spec
      Will be very curious to see the codec and bit rate on the 4k files....
    • 5D mk4 Spec
      Would be surprising to see 4k60 on the 5Dmk4 when the recent 1Dxmk2 can only does that at the expense of massive file size due to processing and heat issue. Canon will most likely release a crippled 4K just to be able to put the "4k ready" sticker on the brochure. I would expect: - 4K at 30p max - Massive crop in 4k mode - No peaking, no zebra, nothing to help - No log or any video profile (Cinelike, etc.) - 8 bits of course - Then I'm curious about the dual pixel and touch screen. Are they going to be implemented ? We are talking about Canon, should be a boring "major release" that is going to look outdated with the GH5 and new Sony Camera.
    • Grading in Davinci, VGA port makes things look too pretty?
      Hey Geoff, so is VGA vs HDMI/DVI kind of comparable with: 64 video game colors appearing like 1024(fi) on an old CRT interlaced television VS looking like the exact number of 64 on a progressive computer monitor? Means, VGA blends harsh steps between hues into another, appearing like smooth transitions? Whereas digital ports work well to make artefacts and broken transitions visible on dislplays? cheers  
    • Narrative VR filmmaking
      Yea, totally agree.... It's almost better to look at it as a new medium rather than VR filmmaking or 360 filmmaking. CG and green screening will play a big part in these early days and I think breakthroughs in 360 binaural sound will play a big part in directing the viewer. As much as I enjoyed the Insidious trailer, the visual cues were obvious... I just watched the Conjuring 2 VR trailer and their audio cues and slight camera movements (CGI) were a more natural way to direct the eye. Once again though, it showed that horror will be a serious, serious player in VR.... It is almost unbearable. It took all my nerve to not tear off the headset... I'm not sure I could cope once we are getting towards real life visual resolution.... and i'm a big horror fan. I've been thinking alot about the sort of multiple narrative idea too, where your choices could change the experience. As VR is quite a single person experience, for now, something as looking in a certain direction at a certain point in the film could fragment it off... completely reworking the idea of linear, directed film making.