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  1. This is the eBay link for the following FM Lens http://www.ebay.com/itm/FM-Lens-Variable-Diopter-W-Moller-Anamorphot-32-2x-For-Single-Focus-Anamorphics-/182432011462? This is an FM Lens rig with a Moller 32/2x anamorphic lens installed within the FM module. It's sometimes called a variable diopter and other companies make versions such as the Recrilux 3ff, Coredna, and Dslr Magic Rangefinder. This item is not available to buy through FM lens directly any longer and I barely have seen any variable diopters other than the Rangefindee for sale new or used for over a year. T
  2. Here. Remaining time is top on everyone's wish list, very probably it will soon come for the smaller models. As histogram (a nice one!) and audio levels appear through the touchscreen-function 'Head-Up', they might be still missing for the Pocket, but let's be thankful that there are things to come (instead of the theory that BMD abandoned the BMPCC after clearing their storage rooms with the summer special).
  3. These are the results of trying to isolate fixed pattern noise from a noisy signal and then subtract if from footage. Brad Bell was cool enough to record some 4k noise from the BMPC for me. This requires capturing noise from the camera you're trying to de-noise. The pattern seems to be pretty fixed over time, i.e. it was working with older footage from the same camera. Noise was shot with lens cap on at 600 iso, 4k, 10bit, prores, 25fps, film gamma, and only 150 frames. Nuke was used to average all 150 4k frames into a single image. A subtract was done on the clips in the NLE usi
  4. Hi all, I've been hesitating forever of even thinking about starting the long process of collecting lenses, due to the inertia that the neverending onslaught of new technology brings. There are so many promising directions this whole world could go, from the super-16 BMPC to the full-frame Canon 5D Mark III RAW, so my current thinking is that it's most sensible to go with the largest coverage format (full frame) and collect lenses from there, and then if the market settles anywhere (super 35, full frame, APS-C), you won't have obsolete glass lying around. I'm looking for as many people as poss
  5. I am not affiliated with Audio Developments, nor have I received payment in conjunction with this offer.   I posted this originally on BMCUser.com, but thought that you guys might also be interested?? Audio Developments are a UK based company that make ultra high end mixers that can usually be seen gracing sound carts of major motion pictures. They have recently produced a mini-mixer aimed at the thinner wallet but retaining the quality they are renowned for. This thing is a beast and it has been offered to us at a discounted rate as a part of a group buy. We have had an offer f
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