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rommex

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About rommex

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  • Birthday 10/12/1973

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  1. Sure, select one that suits you: https://itunes.apple.com/us/developer/roman-medvid/id1180410540
  2. Hey folks, I developed a free director's viewfinder app for iPhones / iPad (poor man's Artemis? 😏 ) The suported cameras are ARRI, Red, Blackmagic, Sony, etc. It lets you see exact framing for your favorite camera just where you stand with an iPhone in your hand. So you can plan your next shoot on location even if you don't have a camera or a lens with you. The app features support for: - optical adapters (boosters) - anamorphic lenses - LUTs (M31, Teal+Orange, etc) - frame guides The app has ads but I tried to make them non-intrusive. Besides, you can turn them off. Feel free to check it out and let me know what you think.
  3. Well, this is great, but I cannot see how present lenses will cope with this resolution. All professional fixed lens don't go higher than 60-70 l/mm, which leads to 20MP clean resolution max. If they don't announce a special line of lenses for this beast, I will be totally puzzled, unless I'm wrong in my estimations. I currently use Mamiya camera + Phase One P40+ digital back and am totally happy with the setup. So also curious how it stands against this Canon...
  4. Hey all, I developed an Android app that serves you as director's viewfinder. Having your Android device with you, you can see exact framing of your Pocket camera on location, applying your lenses and boosters. Planning your lens setup has never been easier! Please check out the app: Play Market The app has ads in it, though not too nasty. You can always switch to a paid Magic Universal Viewfinder that has no ads, no limits and lots of cameras supported -- like BMCC, BMPC4K, 5D Mark III and 4/3 sensored-cameras. Enjoy and feel free to give your feedback! Thanks!
  5. Andrew,   Thanks for the review. I'm curious about Canon 50D -- I remember you took some interest in ML implementation on that camera.   Some time ago I made a brief comparison in terms of DR between BMCC and Canon 50D (it was published at ML forum), and my wild guess was that 50D is 1-1.5 stop behind BMCC in terms of DR.   So what do you think of 50D? Don't you think it would be a more appropriate choice over 7D? Thanks for your opinion in advance!   PLEASE PLEASE notice this post buried in fan-boys' nice fights ))
  6.   Oscar, but how these settings affect RAW? I always thought that these settings affect only post-RAW material...
  7.   Zach, why don't you post some DNG for us to have a look? All the output from 50D is generally amazing, so I hope this can be solved. Just share your roll )
  8. Julian, Oscar, thanks people!   I keep wondering, looking at this 5-year-old hardware -- what's in the Canon's lab today, ha?
  9.   Oscar thanks a lot! May I ask just to cast away all doubts: HDMI out is working simultaneously as RAW is being recorded to CF card? You made my day anyway, have a good day too! )   PS Oops, I guess the image on the monitor shows that the camera is recording RAW )
  10.   Julian, with all due respect and appreciation for your time and efforts: what this test is supposed to show? Rolling Shutter? no. Moire? Hardly. Resolution? Doubt it )))) Just your thoughts behind this. Please no offense )
  11. Haven't spotted skipped frames on the girl's walking....
  12.   Bruno, there are different Clients. Also, if the ML release becomes stable, I don't see any reason not to shoot paid projects. Anyway, the question remains and hopefully someone will answer soon. Cheers...
  13.   Ok, it takes some time and patience )) THANKS!
  14.   But cutting off 2 or 4 bits has nothing to do with floating point calculations. For the processor it takes only to perform a byte-rotating command which is extremely low-resource consuming, as far as I remember from Asm programming. Squeezing 14 bits into 10 or 12 is much simpler than debayering or encoding for sure. So I tend to have big faith in this feature. Ml team really rock....   Now, let's beat some dead dogs here ))))   Andrew reported that on 5DM3 he can both: have the RAW stream recorded on CF card and have the HDMI feed transmitted to a monitor.   Is there any chance 50D could do smth like this?   Thanks! )
  15.   I was asking about recording encoded video feed from HDMI -- simultaneous to RAW being recorded to CF card, certainly not raw itself through HDMI... Anyway, forget it )))) -- Заблудились в трех соснах -- Transl: We are lost in a forest made up of 3 trees (joke with no offense to anybody's ego)))
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