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  1. First 2 videos are in 4K 30p. Last video was shot in 1080p30. You see a little less noise in 1080p because of the crop and that's why I decided to shoot it in that mode. All clips done in fully automatic. Shutter was always at 60.
  2. I was lucky to have received a test unit of the Panasonic UX90 camcorder. I have it until the 28th of this month. I wrote a lot more in the description of the video. I can't wait to do more videos with this such as a Lion Dance competition coming up.
  3. I actually shot a whole bunch of behind the scenes footage when they were using Revere Beach as a set. I did this completely on my own as a spectator. A little over 9 months later and I finally see a trailer. While shooting, I was sometimes imagining myself with a drone and getting far better shots. If I had known 1080p60 streaming on YouTube would be pro-active, I would have exported in 1080p60 instead of 1080p30. It was the ancient Panasonic AC90 that I used to get these shots. Yes, yes I know, I even left bad shots in this. Lets just say I wanted it up quick at that time. This one shows a lot of the actors coming out of the buses, Johnny Depp arriving and all the actors including Johnny Depp using the beach. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmpraU44s34 This one shows a lot of the classic cars that were used in the film as well as scenes of Johnny Depp and other actors walking toward the "bar" In reality it's actually a pizza place in which got transformed for the movie. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIZiZ32S_kc Here's a playlist that has the rest of my behind the scenes footage that I shot on different days. It includes them setting up the beach and doing construction on the pizza place. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfiUWslpPfwyhwdjEhj0PxO3_lJD1Uzzi Trailer This is on the Warner Bros. Pictures channel. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDVrTfFgzPk
  4. I decided to also upload my Sao, Miguel, Azores video to Vimeo in case people wanted to download the 4K file. I took away over 3 minutes worth of footage just to sort of make it flow better. People can always watch the YouTube version to see everything.
  5. Bunch of random scenery clips. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Epm8NTSIUNw New Year's Eve event in Ponta Delgada. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-LvnXrB0_M
  6. A lot of people are doing promotional videos that are describing their channel and I sort of never bothered to do one. My channel isn't really organized anyway. Just have mostly random clips and events that I'll sometimes record.. Well, recently I said why not, let me do one for the heck of it. Just take a lot of my finished YouTube clips, put it into my Premiere Pro project and see what my brain can come up with. I do have a lot of other videos on Vimeo but this was only to use stuff that I have on YouTube. First things first was to decide how the sound should be. Should I keep the original sounds, should I keep it muted? or should I find music for the background? OK, so I decide to look for Creative Commons music and during the first few minutes of searching I found one that I'll use rather or not it's really ideal for my piece. Next step would be to decide how the heck I'm going to edit these clips together. Once I got the music on the time line, I said to myself now that I'll be using background music, I could put 2 to 4 clips on the same scene if I wanted to. I also did it for the fan finder program of YouTube even though I don't have over 1,000 subscribers so the chances of this video getting selected are ultra slim. Doesn't hurt to try anyway since you never know. It's claimed that the first 5 seconds are very important, well, if the people aren't into fire performances.than I can see them wanting to click away but I thought it was cool to have and some people might be into it. It's also mentioned to make sure your piece is not too overwhelming with images. I guess I got a bit too carried away while editing and possibly put too many scenes all over the place. Then it's claimed that it's good to be under a minute. Well, my piece is nearly 2 minutes in length. Theirs probably some more rules I've broken but ah well. I decided to not spend too much time editing it and upload as is. In the future I'll re-edit it and make it more organized.
  7. Here's a video I shot at their booth going over the Kinimini 4K camera. They did not have the 6K Kinemax on display. Please excuse the poor audio. You have a combinition of a lot of people talking in the background and a strange beeping sound. You can always shut the volume off and just look at the camera.
  8. I had Simon Westland of BlackMagic Design go over the URSA and Studio cameras. Just a guess here, but I wouldn't be surprised if they put that 1" 4K chip into a sucessor of the Pocket camera. Perhaps it wont be that long until it happens.
  9. I had WIllion of Atomos talk about both the Shogun and Ninja Star while at NAB and he mentions both the Sony A7s and the Panasonic GH4. Heck, you can clearly see that the Shogun is on a GH3. Here's the video:
  10. I got a rep to talk about the new FT1 at NAB. Sorry about the audio quality.
  11. Shot with a Panasonic AC90. Shutter of 60, frame rate set to 30p, normal profile and everything else set to fully automatic.
  12. I have used the 2.6x extension on the 20mm and it's true that the quality is very good. If you really want a zoom, theirs the 14-140mm lens, the powered zoom 14-42, powered zoom 45-175mm and then if money is really no option, theirs the Panasonic 12-35mm and the 35-100mm. The last 2 lenses will give you better low light capabilities that the prior lenses.
  13. I got it on Vimeo as well for people to download it and really see the quality. The streaming versions are just a taste. https://vimeo.com/5065027 The download is not 1 gig like is says. It's closer to 4 gigs.
  14. Just a bunch of clips that I shot in the Azores from the end of August to beginning of September. I was only their for 2 weeks. For a lot of the beginning clips, the weather wasn't that great and the camera was set in a way to sort of look like film. That was unintentional. A lot of the second half clips, I used a standand setting. No color correcting what so ever for this entire piece. Hacked GH2 FlowMotion patch Panasonic 20mm lens for everything. ProMaster ND filter for bright days. Theirs more info on the description area of YouTube. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IE_sVV2qsy8[/media] Choose 1080p if your bandwidth is good enough.
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