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  1. It works. http://vimeo.com/62551266 And if I remember correctly, you can convert your .nef files to .psds and premiere pro will import those directly as image sequences. But the files are huge then, you do have the option to run photoshop scripts to noise reduce, sharpen, nik software modify your files once they are .psd files, as well, in photoshop.
  2. Y'all are working entirely too hard at this. Adobe created the CinemaDNG & the photography DNG specifications. Use their tools. In Adobe After Effects, create a new composition. Import File. Select the first .NEF file, Import As: Footage, check Camera Raw Sequence. Very Important to bring the hotness. Use Camera RAW to initially grade your footage. There is this weird thing where the default Frame Rate is set to 30fps. Right click sequence and interpret footage where you will change the frame rate to what you captured in camera at. Ready to use Premiere Pro to create your edits. In Premiere Pro, under File, select Adobe Dynamic Link, select Import After Effects Composition, find your .aep file in the browser. It will list all the compositions in the right panel, choose your shots. Add to timeline and edit. You have not compressed the files (converted to jpeg or tiff), you get to use Adobe Camera Raw (same as used in Lightroom) to edit your RAW sequences/files, any changes you make in After Effects will now be reflected in your Premiere Pro project through dynamic linking and you did not need to create proxies. The best of all worlds. This works with .NEF files as well as .DNG CinemaDNG files. With the original CinemaDNG files you keep the timecode generated by your Blackmagic Camera, Ikonoskop A-Cam dII, or Digital Bolex.
  3. After downloading the original 2.5K .mov file and viewing, just gotta say WOW. I won't compare it to another 2.5K camera that isn't shipping, but it would be interesting to see the footage with a RAW workflow Good job Zach.
  4. Tzedekh could be on to something. This Aptina chip, the Aptina AR1011HS, is scheduled to ship in the 3rd Quarter of 2013. 60fps, electronic rolling shutter, seamless capture of stills from video. High-Speed modes: 1080p120, video up to 1200fps. Sensor for Mirrorless & High-End Compact Cameras. You could announce at NAB and ship before the holiday season. I'm off to start my second Kickstarter project... Aptina Mirrorless Sensor brochure
  5. You actually want to use this Aptina sensor, MT9H004. APS-C, 14bit color, 4928x3280, electronic shutter, 1080p30 HD mode with 2x2 Binning. But you really want to just capture those 4K files to a buffer and then encode to CinemaDNG. Hold up, I'm off to create a kickstarter project...
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