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  1. Shot vertically to capture more resolution during green screen work (in my living room with two LED panels of the cheapest kind). Main song hook recorded in one take although there's a cut-away in the edit during the bridge of the song. Sony A6000 with the 55mm 1.8. Tunnel shots done on Panasonic GH2 and severe editing in After Effects for the light beams with text.
  2. I fed mic-level output from a Sound Devices USB Pre 2 (standalone mode, has the same preamps/circuit as the 7xx recorders) into the GH4 set to -12dB mic gain (uploaded as 4K):
  3. I am looking for an affordable solution to create spheric panoramas, with anamorphic and spheric lenses. I happened upon this device which could be motorised   http://www.ebay.com/itm/360732911280?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649     Wondered what people think...   The goal is to create virtual sets of interiors where shooting permission would not be likely, but where they may allow someone in for half hour to get the spheric panorama and then green screen the acting back at a studio facility.   Also looking for software that deals with keying in such an application taking on board the need to match lighting, radiosity and so forth.
  4. Hi.    I am looking for advice on a project. As I have limited green screen expereince, I want to make sure i get it right. I'm much more an 'on-location' kind of guy!   I've just been assigned a music video project using green screen and the Blackmagic Pocket Camera. Its a mickey take on Japanese infomercials.   The screen is painted 18FT wide, and we will be shooting around 8FT before the wall.   I have in my ownership 3 Dedolights and 2 Kino Flo Divas 401s. I know I will require more lights to light the screen (as my owned lights will be mostly lighting the actors), and I was thinking of mounting some Kino Flo 4 banks on C-stands high. The studio location has no lighting grid at the top.    The Pocket will always be on a tripod, filming wides, mids and close-ups of the products/adverts the Japanese people are 'selling.' Got the Panny 12-35mm and 35-100mm, the SLR Magic 12mm and loads of Canon FDs.   Does anybody want to give me any advice about this and the use of the Pocket camera? It would be much appreciated. I'm certain I'm doing everything right, just want to make sure I have everything in tow.    Thanks. 
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