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Tiago Rosa-Rosso

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  1. Now a days you buy resolve and you get a camera for free. Shame on adobe.
  2. https://shop.redrockmicro.com/product/halo-explorer-real-time-rangefinder-and-focus-tracking/
  3. https://www.metabones.com/products/details/MB_SPEF-EFM-BT1 Metabones announced a new Speed Booster (EF to EF-M mount). Metabones EF-EOS M Speed Booster ULTRA 0.71x is available right now for $479. Press release: Metabones® Introduces EF to EOS M (EF-EFM Mount) Speed Booster® ULTRA 0.71x Vancouver, Canada, May 2, 2019 – Metabones introduces the latest member of its award-winning Speed Booster family of DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) to mirrorless lens mount adapters, EF-EOS M Speed Booster ULTRA 0.71x. Full-frame Canon EF-mount lenses are now one stop faster, 0.71x wider
  4. I think we can't tell much about lens and body balance until we use one.
  5. No one appreciates the art of recycling. Everyone just wants the brand new. This planet has finite resources. Not only that but most of the rare ore (coltan and other rare metals) are dug by little African children. Even Andrew can recycle is own 6d articles and save some hard disk. https://www.eoshd.com/2017/06/canon-6d-mark-ii-codec-worse-old-6d-lower-bitrate-no/ PS: There is some irony here. Because Canon doesn't give a shit about who dugs their coltan, but none the less aren't we a bit spoiled?
  6. Hmmm. I think there is a big a big difference in form from diamantino to children of men, and I don't compare them on their purpose, I just think it's a relief to see other structures, forms and approaches. Zoolander ?? Really?! I didn't saw Zoolander so I can't say you are wrong.
  7. I agree. I think that in the realm of Hollywood they are exquisite, we could also add PTA and others to the list. Note that I said Hollywood produces great films and directors. But take for example Tarkovsky, Bergmann, Pasolini, Bela Tar and others. It's another gesture towards cinema, that in my opinion is, to some extent, more courageous and poetic in the sense of exploring the possibilities of cinema not just as a medium to convey a narrative.
  8. "I didn't saw Roma" and I can't tell much by the trailer but it certainly doesn't look like one more marvel movie. I understand your division between bad Hollywood and good Hollywood, but it's still Hollywood and it's still mainstream and profoundly ideological. Três amigos operate in Hollywood, money comes from Hollywood and the films they produce follow Hollywood classic models of storytelling. Yes, they are more inventive, than most of the other crap Hollywood produces, but I wouldn't call it disruptive, they don't add much to the medium itself. It's all a bit primary and basic, it lac
  9. It's a bit more complex than that. Cannes didn't ban Netflix. There is a law in France that forbids any festival that takes place in France to exhibit a film in a festival that after doesn't have an agreement of release in movie theaters in France. It's simply obligatory. I partially agree that movies are to be seen in a cinema theater, but that's another conversation. Now, in fact, there was something rather good and refreshing about Cannes banning Netflix films because it gave room to other young directors. Who otherwise wouldn't have the possibility to be in. Don't get me wrong I think thes
  10. https://www.engadget.com/2018/09/05/canon-eos-r-full-frame-mirrorless-camera/?guccounter=1 I read it here
  11. It shoots 4K at 30 fps, but as with the 5D Mark IV, there's a considerable 1.7 times crop factor. the EOS R does have 4:2:2 10-bit video output externally via the HDMI port (internally, it's 8-bit). That will give serious video shooters more latitude for color correction. It also has 3.5mm microphone and headphone jacks.
  12. I understand what you mean, but in my case no. I rarely use 4k, most of the time I shoot fullhd and then scale it up to 2k flatscope. I tend to dislike the oversharp look of 4k, and it takes a lot of space. Also most of the time I use a focal lengths between 30mm to 70mm. So for me this camera and lens it's actually great. Good color science, good ergonomics, nice menus and easy to use. Of course, it would be nice to have 10bit and clog but 8 bit 4.2.0 and cinestyle also does the job for me, and it's more changeling since you really have to nail it when you are shooting. No miracles in post wi
  13. I think the most interesting thing about this first ff mirrorless from Canon is that lens 28-70mm 2.0. I love that old Tokina 28 - 70mm 2.6 with almost zero focus breathing. If this new canon lens accomplishes the same zero breathing and is optically at the standard of Canon L lenses I will probably buy an Eos R just because of that lens.
  14. This is what I mean by depth: if you would film this with a smaller sensor and place the camera in the exact same place and try to have the same frame you would have to use a different lens, maybe a 1000mm, then the plane wouldn't look so close to the actors.
  15. There are some differences that you might not spot on this shots but you might in other situations. One it's how apart objects are from one another in depth. A 17.5mm makes the space wider, this is almost not noticeable in many cases but for example when you are filming a dialog between two actors the distance in depth between then will be different and this will convey another mood to the scene. Also, a 17mm will in most cases have more distortion especially when you are close to the lens, and also focus will be easier on the 35mm 2.0 than on a 17.5 at 0.95 .
  16. Now I'm just waiting for viltrox to make a speed booster to adapt ef lenses to M mount and I'm good to go. V
  17. If true I hope it comes to the 1dx mark 2 also.
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