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    Kinefinity Terra 4K, Bolex H16, Canon 5D MkIII, Leica M8, Leica Minilux, Leica Summicron-R lenses, Bolex-Anamorphot 16/32/1.5x

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  1. I don't think he stated he is a professional BM Pocket 6k!
  2. A portrait of a dreamer, who moved to the arctic archipelago, Lofoten, to unite his love for nature with his love for forklifting. In this heartwarming documentary he also tries to tear down the stigma he feels is attached to his craft. A story about life and its ups and downs. And forklifting.
  3. TVC for Mc Donalds with the Bolex on the Terra 4K.
  4. FOV test on Terra 4K Open Gate to 16:9 master. Paired with the usual suspects:
  5. It depends on your delivery: 2.39 or 2.66. For 2.39 I guess you can get away at 37mm without vignetting. 40mm pancake its probably the perfect match, with minimal corner darkening.
  6. Thank you, sir! The ML raw image is still what excites me the most! Basically the more "exotic" location shots were on the Terra and the rest EVA-1.
  7. Shot this spot using the two cameras and an odd collection of lenses. Leica, Xeens, Tamron zoom...
  8. Haven't really had the chance to shoot anamorphic nor with the Terra, as I got a job in for a commercial production company where we rock the EVA-1. But I am loving the image from it indeed. Borrowed it to a friend who shot some really lovely stuff with that exact setup, will upload when the cut is ready.
  9. Thought I'd post this here for the curious who are not part of the Kine FB group. The only adjustment made to the footage is applying an Arri rec.709 LUT. Shot with Tamron 24-70 f/2.8. f/2.8 - 4.0 ISO: 800 25 and 75 fps 4300K Downscaled to 2K and exported in 422.
  10. This thread is so, so interesting! Thanks for sharing every thought!
  11. @raf702 I also made the switch from an a7s (which I shot with in both HD and 4K) to the 5D3, and have to say I have never looked back. To me, the DR in the 5D3 is so much more "true", in terms that you actually have control over it in post. Unlike the thin 8-bit "14 stops", that has to be at 3200 ASA, perfectly exposed and with heavy amount of filtration in order to be worked with properly in post. By the time I had got a reasonably life-like image in the grade, was also the point when I had to deal with the aftermath (color casts, skin tones, noise, etc) and the limitations of the Sony. I get
  12. Shot this promo back in August on a 5D3. Using a Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 and a Canon 70-200 f/2.8 It was professionally graded in Baselight Studio, the colorist was very surprised when he found out what it was shot on. Let me know what you think or shoot a question!
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