This is an entry to the Crash the Superbowl, we shot it in the very last second and didn't even have time for proper color correction so I'll attach some screens from a color correction at the bottom (can't upload a new since it's in the competition). So anyways, as title says, it's shot on the Sony A7s with a Tamron 24-70 2.8, mounted on a DJI Ronin with a Silencer trigger controlled follow focus to enable single operator focus pulling. APS-C mode 50P, SLOG using Kholis PP with a slight adjustment to magenta and yellow compared to those settings, and detail not pulled down as much. ISO was between 8000-10000 for the entire shoot which helped out tremendously since we had no time to be setting up a bunch of lights in this otherwise moody restaurant. All we used was two 1000 W HMIs with soft boxes to compensate the light coming from the large windows. So here it is, please comment and criticise. https://crashthesuperbowl.doritos.com/gallery/submission/5211?share=true%3Fshare%3Dtrue And here's the screens from the new color correction (graded with film convert) '> '> '> '> '> '> '>
Maybe this is stupid, but I have to ask. When in APS-C mode, the pixel readout is comparable to 2.7K, and then upscaled to 4K, or downscaled to 1080 depending on which mode you record right? So if you're looking for the least amount of rolling shutter, but still want the fullframe look, would it be possible to put a speed booster on this camera, run it in aps-c, and get an equivalent almost full frame look, only in 2.7K instead of 4K as read out?