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Finally finished my short film project "Separate Flow". Waiting for the right anamorphic and I think the SLR Magic Anamorphot was it. Very practical to use on location, it worked really well for this project. Debated long and hard on using either the GH3 or 5DmkIII RAW. In the end I went with shooting RAW even though I had a lot of problems, including the camera shutting down at one point. But it's the flexibility of RAW in post that won out in the end. In the future I will use AF with the GH3/4 since it's more usable, especially when using a steadicam.
Got my SLR Magic Anamorphot set yesterday and ran out the door to get some video. I really like the new SLR Magic Anamorphot. Great solid metal build and heft. Easy to adapt, with threads on the front for diopters. I shot this comparison with the Panasonic LA7200. I wish I had a proper wide like the Panasonic 20mm, but I'll get one soon enough. The widest for the SLR Magic Anamorphot is 20mm MFT, but the Panasonic is 14mm. That is the only real advantage of the LA7200, the wide shots. Otherwise the SLR Magic is just worlds better in terms of usability, size, and the ability to use diop
EMKE Hawaii recording new music in the studio! I tagged along and tested shooting Anamorphic with my Canon 5DMKIII. Using the different aspect ratios, I used 4:3 1600x1200. This is perfect for my Sankor 2x Anamorphic Projection lens. I then used After Effects to make the image fit 1080P. Music is their original song "Open Eyes" acoustic version. Canon 5DMKIII w Magic Lantern RAW June 3rd Build Lexar 64GB 1000x CF Card After Effects to Premiere Pro Canon 100mm Macro Sankor 2x Anamorphic Projection Lens https://vimeo.com/68611134
Music video for the teen group EMKE. Shot over the weekend, my first time using a RAW workflow. I was totally unprepared for the amount of post work, but in the end the quality of the picture, both resolution and color, is outstanding! Thanks again to the Magic Lantern Team for making it all possible! https://vimeo.com/66681135