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Robbin

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  1. I also would recommend the BMCC MFT mount + Speedbooster. The MFT Speedbooster has more sharpness in the edges then the EF version. Here it works great too with the Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 non vc. The Nikkor AF-S 12-24mm F4.0 G IF-ED seems to be a little soft with the setup though.
  2. Last week we bought the BMCC MFT stepping up from compressed DSLR dslr filmmaking to the delightfulness of shooting raw. While doing some bmcc research i came across the comparison test 'Some Like It RAW' by Ryan E. Walters. He basically compared the Arri Alexa, BMCC and Red Epic in three short tests: IR filtration, Low-light and overexposure. I found the results quite useful and certainly contributed crossing the threshold and purchasing the bmcc.   Without giving away the results, I asked myself how you guys think about the bmcc image sharpness. Many filmmakers/DP's seem to find the bmcc image a tad too sharp. Personally, i love the out-of-the camera sharpness and prefer to sharpen it slighty myself to give it that 'punchy' image (though not too sharp).   Here are the videos:   http://vimeo.com/60008926   http://vimeo.com/60271810   http://vimeo.com/60870866                                       .  
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