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  1. Here is also BMMCC overexpose test. Technically digital sensors don't have such a thing as overexposure and there is nothing to test there because sensors itself don't have any highlights rolloff. They capture light in linear gamma and hard clipped in one single point. Next that linear data converted to LOG gamma specially designed for each sensor model. And next Color Science converts Log to normal gamma and shapes final image look. So mostly overexpose look is a part of software, but not a part of a sensor hardware itself I use different lighting direction in this test to provide extreme bright light, so these images don't exact match to previous tests. As before i use REDLog3G10/REDWideGamutRGB as timeline gamma. Other gammas and other Log to Rec conversion methods may provide different look of highlight rolloff clipping. And the same with Highlights Recovery turned OFF:
  2. I was inspired by those Cinama5D P6K tests and take attempt to exam BMMCC in near similar conditions. DNGs processed with workflow described here https://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=65149&p=543725#p537852 My background is simple black fabric, so it is darker and so more extreme test than Cinema5D examples, you can compare things by Color Checker patches. Let's be honest, even P6K can't provide usable underexposed 5 stops. It looks too noisy and became plastic mess if you add SNR. Sort of horisontal FPN lines also became visible in Sony sensors. So we see here is 5 years old native HD camera with Fairchild Imaging dual gain sensor fights against gigantic 6K/4K modern Sony sensors in downscaled to HD mode. 3 stops under expose is pretty usable with BMMCC as well as P4k/P6K. If only we can fight FPN it could be extended even further... P.S. I only can imagine what newer Fairchild Imaging dual gain sensor is capable of. Along to 4K it technically waaaay less noisier (Dark Current: 2 e-/sec compare to BMMCC sensor: 25 e-/sec, Ursa 4.6K sensor: 15 e-/sec) (Read Noise 1.0 e- RMS. BMMCC sensor: 1.2 e- RMS, Ursa 4.6K sensor: 1.5 e- RMS) It is better to see images at full size in new tab: And same examples, but with noise reduction (applied before expose push) and with fIlm emulation LUT applied:
  3. I was inspired by those tests and take attempt to exam BMMCC in near similar conditions. DNGs processed with workflow described here https://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=65149&p=543725#p537852 Noise reduction was applied before expose boost. My background is simple black fabric, so it is darker and so more extreme test than Cinema5D examples, you can compare things by Color Checker patches. Let's be honest, even P6K can't provide usable underexposed 5 stops. It looks too noisy and became plastic mess if you add SNR. Sort of horisontal FPN lines also became visible in Sony sensors. So we see here is 5 years old native HD camera with Fairchild Imaging dual gain sensor fights against gigantic 6K/4K modern Sony sensors in downscaled to HD mode. 3 stops under expose is pretty usable with BMMCC as well as P4k/P6K. If only we can fight FPN it could be extended even further... And same examples, but with noise reduction and fIlm emulation LUT:
  4. Yes, SmallRig have only one version of BMMCC SmallRig cage. BTW, all my product images that have 16x9 ratio where shoot in RAW on BMMCC with Mosaic OLPF and processed in Resolve with workflow described sep by step here https://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=65149&p=537852#p537852 See also BMMCC/BMMSC Rigs Collection: https://bmmccrigs.tumblr.com I really can't see any reason for myself to move to other camera yet. Some examples that may inspire you:
  5. About 7 years ago i had few attempts to create DIY cinema camera, but it appears too complicated ant too risky as for hobby project. You can read a full story here: A story from SmallRig customer
  6. Battery can power BMMCC about 6.2 hours. See item description. Start/Stop Controller Trigger is under developnent yet. More info here: http://bmcuser.com/showthread.php?23463 I am NOT the filmmaker of boxer film
  7. And also don't forget about all those custom made accessories for BMMCC/BMMSC by RADIOPROEKTOR available here https://lavky.com/radioproektor/
  8. Dear fellows, for some reasons i don't post updates and don't check posts on this forum for a long long time anymore. All my products are still available. Also i released new 14.8V Battery Enclosure Module resently. If you want to order some stuff please visit my marketplase at https://lavky.com/radioproektor/ You can always find more actual info about curernt projects at bmcuser and blackmagicdesign forums.
  9. Because admin of this forum start to share Russian political and military aggression propaganda (even if it was presented as cameras review) i don't check messages and don't post on this forum anymore. Please check my stuff at other forums if you are interested. Bye.

  10. Andrew, this is shitty bloody political propaganda. Wish you came to all places destroyed by this "patriotic man who loves his country" and his gangsters-totalitarian machine. I will never post in this forum again after this. Bye.
  11. I like new MixPre for sure but for budget but quality 24bit 96khz audio with analog limiters it was always option like MixPre+portable recorder for many years.
  12. BMMCC with OLPF filter and proper rig is still better way to go RAW in compact size And just small compare to BMMCC with OLPF filter. Shoot in RAW, colors are corrected with ColorChecker Tool in Resolve. Contrast set to 1.2
  13. RED also lost that spirit instantly. Do you remember their 2k for 2k concepts from 2010-2012?
  14. if someone interested i have Tiffen Ultra Contrast 1 filter 77mm for sale now.
  15. For sale a must have kit for Blackmagic cameras. Hoya UV-IR Filter 77mm. Perfect condition. Ask $80 or $85 standalone Mosaic Engineering OAA OLPF Filter kit (v1). Perfect condition. Works great without shimming with lenses up to 10mm. Fits to BMCC, BMPCC, BMMCC. You can see a lot of sample images taken using this filter in my posts. Ask $250 or $285 standalone Also for sale Tiffen Ultra Contrast 1 filter 77mm. Perfect condition. Ask $75 standalone Worldwide shipping by registered air mail with tracking number is about $5-10 I'll add more photos later or for request. I can accept payments only with Payoneer Billing Service because PayPal don't works in my country for receiving funds. Here are few links explains how the Payoneer Request a Payment service works: https://www.payoneer.com/en/billing-service http://blog.payoneer.com/how-to-request-a-payment-with-payoneer https://payoneer.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/12280
  16. Second batch of the boxes done today! PWM(S.Bus)+LANC+12V DC Angle Breakout Expansion Box Module developed by RADIOPROEKTOR for Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera (BMMCC) and Blackmagic Micro Studio Camera 4K (BMMSC). Angle shape provides compact and secure cable management without mess of wires around the camera. Box compatible with SmallRig and Wooden Camera cages, but can be used without any cage as well. Perfectly fits to size and shape of BMMCC Angle HDMI Clamp Kit. Box uses high quality TRS connectors made by Lumberg/EST (Germany/Japan). Everything is connected with tiny Dupont Jumpers, so you can open the box and easily change cables configuration for your needs just in few seconds. This makes it compatible with any PWM and S.Bus camera controllers, allow for Composite video signal output, Genlock/Reference input or any other desired option. Tech Specs: 1 x 3.5mm TRS jack socket for PWM, S.Bus or any other user selectable inputs/outputs. 1 x 2.5mm TRS jack socket for LANC input. 1 x 5.5x2.1mm (5.5x2.5mm compatible) 12V DC power input socket. 1 x DB-HD15 serial connector. The housing is 3Dprinted from coPET material, sanded and finished with acrylic paint. Dimensions: 34x34x29mm Weight: 28g Operating Temperature: -20°C to +70°C Package includes - Angle Breakout Expansion Box - 2pcs #4-40UNC screws (Stainless Steel or Black Oxide Steel for your choice) - 3/32 allen wrench hex key Package cost total: Angle Breakout Expansion Box = $50 Worldwide shipping by registered air mail with tracking number = $5 Payoneer funds transfer fee = 3% Currently I can accept payments only with Payoneer Billing Service because PayPal don't works in my country for receiving funds. Here are few links explains how the Payoneer Request a Payment service works: https://www.payoneer.com/en/billing-service/ http://blog.payoneer.com/how-to-request-a-payment-with-payoneer/ https://payoneer.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/12280 For pre-order details send me a private message or contact directly to radioproektor (@) gmail . com Also if you need additional Angle HDMI Clamp with Ugreen adapter i can combine the package. More info about it available here: http://www.eoshd.com/comments/topic/21377-angle-hdmi-clamp-kit-for-bmmcc-smallrig-cage-and-ugreen-angle-hdmi-adapter/#comment-186237 Wires inside the box are marked with colors: S.Bus power (tip) [BLUE] S.Bus signal (ring) [GREEN] S.Bus ground (sleeve) [WHITE] LANC signal (tip) [YELLOW] LANC power (ring) [ORANGE] LANC ground (sleeve) [GREY] Power +12V DC (center pin) [RED] Power ground [BLACK]
  17. Done some outdoor tests with same 50 mm Yashica lens few days ago. All shot in RAW, but processed with slightly different LUT than images earlier posts (LUT generated in LUTcalc as usual but it is more color netural than all those Amira709, Alexa-X-2 and LC709). As you can see 80A filter produce almost 100% correct colors and can be used as reference.
  18. LENS SOLD. Rafcamera adapter http://www.rafcamera.com/en/adapters/adapters-for-cine-lenses/kinor-16/adapter-kinor-16sx-2-mft-bayonet still available for $50
  19. The 3D printed boxes will be ready from day to day. Done a lot of preparatory work and small additional helper tools to setup a better workplace and faster pipeline. Final soldering done with quality materials and proper workflow, all elements and joints are tested. Everything will be durable and reliable. Each wire tip must be manually pre-soldered (tinned) for maximum connection reliability. In final version all cables marked with different colors: S.Bus: signal (middle) - green power (tip) - blue ground - white LANC: signal (tip) - yellow power (middle) - orange ground - grey DC power: +12V - red ground - black
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