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Mikey R

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  1. Quick n dirty... filmed on a borrowed Samsung S9 ... not my phone and probably a little above usd $200 - but I was amazed at how great it was to film with
  2. Looks good I reckon.. amazing how right Canon's look straight ooc.. I always liked this for a baked in look http://www.vision-color.com/cinelook-for-canon-eos/
  3. After working with Panasonic footage for years (gh1, gx7), every time I see Canon footage these days it just seems thicker, richer, more solid somehow. It is the only way I can think of to describe what I'm seeing! It just seems to have more "weight" .. is it just because the colours are so right/pleasing?? I know it sounds crazy, but that is what I see, and how my brain interprets/labels it. I'm glad I'm not the only one! It shines though fine on the web too.. I did own a Canon 50d for a while, and I do like the gh1 colour better than the gx7..
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    Why APSC is dead

    How bout in cam high frame rate to 25p
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    Why APSC is dead

    The most interesting low cost sensor out there for me is the new Blackmagic micro cinema.. global shutter.. all our motion cadencemo issues gone right? With a speed booster, it could be a 1.7x crop of "full frame", which is really a stills more than movie film thing, right?.. APSC size is about the same as 35mm movie film, all the apeture/field conventions translate straight across. If the BM micro cinema had the the lowlight of the A7s.. the perfect cheap sensor.. Global shutter, A7s lowlight, 4k, log, raw, hdmi out - speedbooster built into camera with auto calibration, wifi, pre cognitive auto focus logic.. what else do we want? All in an NX500 sized body please, $450 w/o lens And a half sized version built into a drone.
  6. It seems Neat Video will help with visible banding.. http://www.personal-view.com/talks/discussion/5745/banding-avoiding-it-and-fixing-it-current-consensus/p1 though sometimes can cause it! http://www.neatvideo.com/examples-banding.html A good guide, link.. right here http://www.eoshd.com/2014/06/cure-banding-dslr-footage-gh4-4k-holds-key/ Anyone got a good workflow for batching footage through AE, if possible?
  7. Vectorscopes can help, but I think this is something you really have to eyeball yourself.. lucky we can check other peoples work with skintone we love as a reference! If it looks right to you, it probably is.. !
  8. Hi Turboguard, could be a few things - quicktime gamma shift - http://www.thedvshow.com/vault/detail.php?id=QT Gamma Stripper, could be PP's h264 encoding http://nofilmschool.com/2014/09/massive-difference-export-quality-fcpx-and-premiere-pro Try playing the file in VLC and see if that helps.. The other thing is PP has no built in colour management, so afaik you have to use a (lut?) calibrated external display with a seperate ouput as you can't really trust the colours in PP's gui window https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1733974 Hopefully someone else with a bit more knowledge can chip in here.. Good luck!
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