Jump to content

Joseph Moore

Members
  • Content Count

    31
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Reputation Activity

  1. Like
    Joseph Moore got a reaction from IronFilm in Comparing Focal Adapters: The Metabones Speed Booster vs the RJ Photo Lens Turbo   
    Hope some people find this helpful.
     
    http://blog.josephmoore.name/2014/11/01/comparing-focal-adapters-the-metabones-speed-booster-vs-the-rj-photo-lens-turbo/
     
  2. Like
    Joseph Moore got a reaction from ADC in Interview with Panasonic - raw HDMI output may be coming to future GH4 firmware plus anamorphic aspect ratios in firmware V2.0   
    Very interesting. The announcement was so photos oriented that I missed the anamorphic implications. Almost enough to make me want to deal with the hassle...almost. ;-)
     
    I really, really, (really) hope that Panasonic listens in regards to higher quality color output. Be that RAW, or even uncompressed 4:2:2 in a true log format. It's wonderful how the GH4 can record light weight 4K images in camera to SD, but it would be equally wonderful to have the option to record higher quality to an external recorder when warranted.
  3. Like
    Joseph Moore got a reaction from estarkey7 in Interview with Panasonic - raw HDMI output may be coming to future GH4 firmware plus anamorphic aspect ratios in firmware V2.0   
    Very interesting. The announcement was so photos oriented that I missed the anamorphic implications. Almost enough to make me want to deal with the hassle...almost. ;-)
     
    I really, really, (really) hope that Panasonic listens in regards to higher quality color output. Be that RAW, or even uncompressed 4:2:2 in a true log format. It's wonderful how the GH4 can record light weight 4K images in camera to SD, but it would be equally wonderful to have the option to record higher quality to an external recorder when warranted.
  4. Like
    Joseph Moore got a reaction from Sean Cunningham in ZACK OF STEEL: 30 second short shot with GH3 and Century Anamorphic   
    https://vimeo.com/67529528
     
    Little weekend project. Mainly an excuse to have fun with the kids, and to start re-familiarizing myself with shooting and FX after a long hiatus.
     
    Taking lenses were old Canon FD 28mm and 50mm.
  5. Like
    Joseph Moore got a reaction from EeeCeeGee in ZACK OF STEEL: 30 second short shot with GH3 and Century Anamorphic   
    https://vimeo.com/67529528
     
    Little weekend project. Mainly an excuse to have fun with the kids, and to start re-familiarizing myself with shooting and FX after a long hiatus.
     
    Taking lenses were old Canon FD 28mm and 50mm.
  6. Like
    Joseph Moore got a reaction from Zmu in ZACK OF STEEL: 30 second short shot with GH3 and Century Anamorphic   
    https://vimeo.com/67529528
     
    Little weekend project. Mainly an excuse to have fun with the kids, and to start re-familiarizing myself with shooting and FX after a long hiatus.
     
    Taking lenses were old Canon FD 28mm and 50mm.
  7. Like
    Joseph Moore got a reaction from Wit in Best options for Slow Motions with Panasonic GH3?   
    PS. Make sure you set your shutter speed at twice what you do for normal footage so that the motion blur ends-up looking the same.
  8. Like
    Joseph Moore got a reaction from Wit in Best options for Slow Motions with Panasonic GH3?   
    Choosing to slow down in-camera is the same as choosing to shoot at 60/50 fps...the camera just automatically applies the metadata so that your NLE will play it back at 24fps. It's a convenience factor.
     
    In other words, if you shoot at 60 fps in camera, you have to slow it down 40% in your editor. If you shoot with the camera applying the 40% slow-down, it records the exact same number of frames, you just don't have to do any extra work after the fact.
     
    You definitely do *not* want to shoot interlaced. That's old info based on cameras that could only shoot 60i, not 60p.
     
    Whether you can mix formats on the timeline of your editor is up to the editor. Most modern editors such as Premiere, FCPX, etc. do allow this.
×
×
  • Create New...