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AlexTrinder96

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  1. 2 minutes ago, Kieran said:

    They're coming thick and fast now:

    'Sunset At Changi'

    Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K
    ProRes 422, UHD 4K, 50FPS
    ISO 100-200 (the magic hour silhouettes), 400-800 (blue hour), 1600-3200 (twilight and nightfall)
    Canon FD 50mm f1.4 SSC lens
    Mitakon Zhongyi FD-M43 Lens Turbo II

     

    Beautiful piece! Lovely colours and the grain looks 'filmic' enough ;).

  2. I've used the  Aputure 120d and it was great, although I would have loved it to be slightly brighter! I believe they are shipping the mark 2 which should do the trick.

    For my final FMP piece at uni we also used Hedler lights, they were heavy and noisy but had a lovely output! 

    Not used any cametv stuff but they seem to have decent output for the price... (Boltzen line)

     

     

     

     

  3. 54 minutes ago, mercer said:

    Full frame is pretty special but it’s just another format.

    S35mm is still king for Hollywood narratives and a lot of Hollywood DPs supposedly own Fuji as their personal cameras.

    In the end, who cares? John Brawley has already proven that a S16 sensor camera can be used in 1080p ProRes on a network television show.

    All of this other resolution and spec nonsense is propagated by manufacturers at an attempt to gain an extra percent of market share for their stock holders.

    Pick a camera you like the image from, or the specs that get you hot under the collar and work on your craft and create.

    I couldn't agree more! Geoff Boyle's argument on resolution comes to mind... 

    33 minutes ago, webrunner5 said:

    Most of all the Films were shot on a Arri. Go to just before the 10:00 mark to see the results.

    Well you never know do you. Who would have guessed the PK4 would only be what it is.

    very true, if Blackmagic were to make an 8k broadcast cam I'd hope it would be in that price range ?

  4. 34 minutes ago, webrunner5 said:

    I can't remember exactly, maybe 18 months ago Panasonic said all the 2020 Olympus was going to be shot in 8K. I think this camera is the camera they have been developing that long and more to shoot it with. And it is not going to be a 2500 dollar camera. It will be a 25 Thousand dollar camera or more. I am afraid people are hoping for something that is not going to happen, at least not on the cheap.

    But I guess we will find out soon enough.

    8k broadcast camera for around 25000 dollars?? Really? 

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