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  1. Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera for sale, with a Smallrig cage and handle, battery and a Rokinon 12mm f2 lens. Camera used twice and in immaculate condition (still boxed). £900 London collection
  2. http://bit.ly/13fhLis   A beautiful beach wedding filmed in Long Beach Island, New Jersey. Enjoy the journey through Veronica and Bryan’s big day.   This is a sneak peek of the event.   Camera: Blackmagic Cinema Camera 2.5K (Shot in Prores, Video) GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition   Lenses: Canon 16-35mm 2.8L Canon 24-70mm 2.8L Nikkor Ai-s 85mm 1.8   Audio: Zoom H1   Software: Premiere Pro CS6 After Effects CS6 DaVinci Resolve   Song: A Beautiful Place to Be Artist: Tyrone Wells   SongFreedom.com  
  3. SmallHD DP6 Spec Product Video - BMCC     This is an experimental spec product video from Smallhd's DP6.    Gear: Blackmagic Cinema Camera. Nikon 85mm f1.8 Ais Konova K3 Slider Arri Fresnel 650   "no audio+ (4/4)_remix by etc." by SHOMOMOSE (http://shomomo.web.fc2.com/)
  4. It occurred to me today that this is the closest we have a to a full-frame BMD camera at the moment. Sony VG900 using CineGamma + Atomos Ninja external recorder using DNxHD or ProRes. I say VG900 simply because A99 has far fewer usable lendsoptions, and the poor form-factor for video, comparatively. Cost is 3000 for VG900 plus 700 for ninja, plus drives on top and Canon batteries for Ninja. Result is probably nicer to use than BMD due to many buttons and handle etc, so less need for a rig. 4000 pounds or so in total, not bad for full-frame pro-res, as long as the HDMI out isn't crippled or fudgy. I remember the shots using FS100 output seemed to give little benefit for some reason... It's probably only 4:2:0 8-biy out though, but let's hope not.
  5. Hi, I'am new to the DNG file format. Is there anyone who can explain me the best way to import the footage in Resolve 9. I only have Avid 6 and Resolve 9 on my computer. I suppose you can't import the files in Avid without first making proxys of it, but how can i make proxy's if avid can't read DNG. Thx,
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