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Bozzie last won the day on May 20 2018

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  1. Blackmagic Design really dropped a nuke with the new Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC 6K). What a time for filmmakers! Color Grade/Edit by Bulent Ozdemir
  2. Snow is probably one of the toughest stress tests a LUT can be put through in terms of highlight detail retention. Let's see how we did 😊
  3. BMPCC 4K Color Grade in 15 Seconds using my BozBMDFilm_P4K LUT in Davinci Resolve - Ungraded Footage Courtesy of Les Visuals. LUT Download Page: https://bulentozdemirfilms.wordpress.com/bozbmdfilm_p4k-to-rec709-lut/
  4. Whoops, I think we crossed wires a little! I meant in this particular thread. Thought it might have been accidentally posted here 😊
  5. Not sure you were meaning to post this here? 🤔 From a personal stand point, 4.2.2 vs 4.2.0, external recorders etc all really becomes irrelevant if all an individual is doing is posting up videos to platforms such as YouTube and Vimeo. The compression alone makes the differences redundant, IMHO. I feel the same way about individuals shooting at excessive bit rates who are under the impression that their video quality will hold up better once uploaded to said platforms.
  6. I really like the Century Optics. Def prefer it over the SLR Magic for one main reason - It has an organic vibe to the image with focus imperfections I'd probably liken to a 90's movie shot in 2.35:1 anamorphic. The SLR is way too sharp for my own personal taste, too "digital" with blue flares that look like felt pen streaks. I used the Carl Zeiss T2.8 25mm Distagon Prime Lens. 👍
  7. DJI Mavic Pro 2 D-LOG Cinematic Color Grade (4K). Grade based on my own LUT with some contrast and highlight mods. Overall, pretty impressed with the image quality. Holds up well to heavy color grading. Kudos to filmmaker @Emmanuel Pampuri for capturing these cinematic shots.
  8. I've thought about it. Even looked around for a bit to see if there were any available (Ha!). The spec on paper is incredible. And once BM release their BRAW codec for the little cam (which they eventually will) it'll be pretty much game over for the rest of the competition. And a no brainer for anyone looking to buy/upgrade. BUT... For me, I'll more than likely pass. I have one issue that I can't seem to get over --> Image Aesthetics. That is to say, image quality. To my eye the P4K has a digital edge I liken to something like a GH5. It doesn't have the organic film look of the original pocket, the texture, the "special sauce" if you will. I put this down to the new sensor. I personally haven't seen anything out there that has made me think otherwise. Though I have seen plenty of comments from users who are absolutely in love with their P4K, even with early production quality faults. Rightly so too -- B
  9. Thank you, @CfFilmmaker. Appreciate it 👍
  10. Color Grade based on my own LUT Thoughts: Liking the detail resolve in 4K 25p. Wides look like they hold up just as well as mids/close ups.
  11. Always wanted to try out the slow motion lip sync music video thing. NB: This was purely for testing purposes. Tech: Panasonic G7 1080p @ 50fps (conformed to 25p) 1600 ISO (no noise reduction) Cine D Like Picture Profile Custom LUT Conclusion: Not perfect, but definitely a useful tool to have in the filmmaker bag 👍
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