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  1. What about these Kowa lenses for 1" sensors? http://www.kowa.eu/lenses/en/products.php?calc_lenses=2097152#result
  2. I find the V1 to be a pretty good non-DSLR to carry around at all times, so given the $300 cost, I think it's well worth it. And the photos are great.
  3. Their website is slammed though.   BMPC4K: http://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/blackmagicproductioncamera4k BMPCC: http://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/blackmagicpocketcinemacamera Resolve 10: http://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve
  4. Not to dig up an old thread, but I think this video clearly shows the BMCC's superiority over the 5D3.   https://vimeo.com/49875510
  5. That pocket camera looks sweet. I'd take that over the GH2/GH3 for the CameraRAW capabilities.
  6. For those of you still using the V1 and want to control the shutter speed to be 1/60, you can get the Vivitar 40.5mm 1-10 stop Variable ND filter for $20.
  7. You can also do this on Windows if you use Cygwin, or similar, but it's more of a pain to setup. This should also work on Linux or any other UNIX-like platforms without much changing. Someone could also port the scripts to Windows...
  8. Thanks. I think the auto-parser on this forum stripped it out. Your auto-bucket perl script is pretty awesome!
  9. Here's a relative quick workflow for those of you who want to use the command line (MacOS): Import NEF files into Capture One/LR4 or whatever RAW processor you use. Correct/grade the first image and sync it with the rest of the images in the same clip. Export all corrected files as 16-bit TIFF into the same directory. Run this script inside that directory to copy every 30 images to its own directory: x=0 y=0 for i in *.tif; do test $((x % 30)) -eq 0 && y=$((y+1)) mkdir -p $y mv $i $y x=$((x+1)) done Immediately after that, run this script to create the symlinks img01.tif - img30.tif so that FFMPEG can batch the files: for i in */; do cd $i x=1 for i in *.tif; do ln -s "$i" img$(printf d $x).tif x=$(($x+1)) done cd .. done Finally, run FFMPEG to convert the TIFF files to ProRes 422 HQ video files: for i in */; do cd $i ffmpeg -y -r 24 -force_fps -i imgd.tif -c:v prores_kostya -profile:v 3 -qscale:v 9 -vendor ap10 -pix_fmt yuv422p10le -r 24 $i.mov cd .. done I just ran this on 510 .tif files and got 17 .mov files in the end (30GB --> 3GB). No human interaction required! http://vimeo.com/62529532
  10. Yes, here is the reply from Blackmagic: "We unfortunately don't have a set recommendation for converting NEF files to use in Resolve. In regards to DNG, Resolve won't take just standard DNG and is looking for proper cinemaDNG files, so I'm not sure what capabilities Adobe's converter might have in this regard. Not sure if it's an option for you, but you might look into converting to TIFF if this is possible from the NEF files."
  11. Has anyone figured out how to convert the NEF files to DNG that is similar to the BMDC's CameraDNG? Using the Adobe DNG Converter, RAW editing in Resolve doesn't re-fresh the JPG view and it's also quite low in resolution.
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