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harvurd

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  1. Doesn't the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera deliver 12-bit CinemaDNG (RAW) or 10-bit 4:2:2? It's less than $1K.
  2. Reading through this thread I kept thinking, "If you're in a studio, just plug it in." The camera comes with an AC adapter. You can shoot all day long without fiddling with batteries. Battery issue gone. Or for shooting outside, just get a few more batteries for like $8 US each. Would be nice to know exactly how much memory you have left. The REC red light does flash as you near full...I'll stop typing now. :)
  3. +1 for the SpeedBooster and Tokina 11-16 and maybe Sigma 8-16. Also, there are high-quality machine lenses from Kowa and others, down to 6mm: vimeo.com/76746701‎ There are loads of options, including old super 16 lenses as well as 1" TV lenses ...see www.rmaelectronics.com
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