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Alex Mand

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    Alex Mand got a reaction from mtheory in BIG NEWS - Hands on with CONTINUOUS raw recording on Canon 5D Mark III   
    If this comes in a crop mode to MKII, you know, 1920x1080... lol
     
    imagine that!! A camera from 2008 now doing raw! lol!!!!! This will be the most amazing thing in years to happen!!!
     
    A full kick muay thai style in canon's face!
     
    lol
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    Alex Mand reacted to HurtinMinorKey in BIG NEWS - Hands on with CONTINUOUS raw recording on Canon 5D Mark III   
    For the most part, I don't think pros don't want to mess with hot-rodded cameras. The C300 will still be preferred for it's amazing out of the box IQ and ability to deal with artifacts.  
     
    Anyway, we'll find out soon enough. If you are right (and you probably are) Canon may freak out. That'll be fun to watch! :lol:
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    Alex Mand got a reaction from Xiong in RED Epic versus Blackmagic Cinema Camera - Part 2 - Resolution and conclusion   
    Never had a problem with my R1MX... Guess I'm lucky. lol
     
    But seriously after a day of shooting I'm happy with the BMCC. I've seen folks talking highly about this cam and it deserves it! For me, it's not a red, but c'mon, it's really cheap for what it delivers.
     
    My only complain is actually the cinemaDNG format. it's so damn heavy! They really should invest in some codec like redcode or cineform. It'll be hard to keep the storage ok. We backup all our raw footage and right now, for us cinemaDNG is not an option. We're teanscoding everything to cineform but not ideal.
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    Alex Mand got a reaction from BydrodoFieddy in RED Epic versus Blackmagic Cinema Camera - Part 2 - Resolution and conclusion   
    Never had a problem with my R1MX... Guess I'm lucky. lol
     
    But seriously after a day of shooting I'm happy with the BMCC. I've seen folks talking highly about this cam and it deserves it! For me, it's not a red, but c'mon, it's really cheap for what it delivers.
     
    My only complain is actually the cinemaDNG format. it's so damn heavy! They really should invest in some codec like redcode or cineform. It'll be hard to keep the storage ok. We backup all our raw footage and right now, for us cinemaDNG is not an option. We're teanscoding everything to cineform but not ideal.
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    Alex Mand got a reaction from Ernesto Mantaras in RED Epic versus Blackmagic Cinema Camera - Part 2 - Resolution and conclusion   
    We're testing the BMCC and the R1MX for an car advertising. The BMCC will be used on the car rig. From the first images coming from both cameras, It's safe to say you can mix footage with not much effort, but one thing I must say: You better prepare your pockets for Hard drives if you want the full potential of this cam. Man!! For us, it's better to work with red footage to keep the storage low.
    It's just massive how big the files are (pictures).
     
    Our editor liked BMC footy, great DR! but it's had to edit without proxys... Red is a breeze compared.
    It's a good "$3000" camera, but you'll need hard drives, lots of them and a powerful machine to handle it or go proxy every time.
     
    I'm a red user for some months, but BMCC is a great little gem. I still prefer the RED MX image, but it's big and clumsy. BMCC is small compared and it delivers a great image. It's a huge step for everyone coming from a DSLR. It's like jumping a canyon!
     
     I'm curious what BM will do on the next versions of this camera in the future.
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    Alex Mand reacted to Julian in The EOSHD Blackmagic Cinema Camera Shootout   
    Are you serious? (the both of you...)
    The 1D C isn't even for sale yet, I haven't even seen any proper footage of it.
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