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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..
  4. How bout in cam high frame rate to 25p
  5. 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 a
  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.
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