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BMPCC Slow Motion Test - 'Night Walk'


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15 hours ago, Dustin said:

Did you have to run this through something like neat video or is this straight and graded from the card? Love that Blackmagic look. Always looks very cinematic to me.

@Dustin Straight out the card and graded. No de-noising applied. Likewise, Man, love the look ?

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On 20/12/2016 at 10:44 AM, tweak said:

Nice!

Thanks!

On 20/12/2016 at 8:35 PM, webrunner5 said:

Wow the music fits that video to a Tee. Love it. Great stuf!

Thank you. Appreciate it.

On 26/12/2016 at 8:58 AM, jbCinC_12 said:

Out of curiosity, what lens used?  Thanks.

Nikon 28mm Ais.

10 hours ago, Charlie said:

That footage looks fantastic!....Id be interested to know the lens also.

Thanks, Man. Appreciate it. Nikon 28mm Ais. Cheers.

Apologies for the late responses. I haven't been getting any notifications for comments! Cheers.

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On 11/01/2017 at 2:57 PM, Snowfun said:

Apologies for what might be a question derived from ignorance but what settings and/or software do you use to get the slomo? It's beautiful footage.

Hey, no probs man. We're all here to learn and improve!

The slow motion was an after thought. Settings wise, I shot at 24p with 180º shutter. Software wise, I used Optical Flow in Adobe Premiere to slow the footage down by around 60%. It can be really good under certain conditions. Ideally I'd have shot at 30fps with a 45º shutter if there was enough light. Hope that helps.

On 13/01/2017 at 7:55 AM, jbCinC_12 said:

Thanks for the response back.  Great footage.

Anytime ?

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8 hours ago, Bozzie said:

The slow motion was an after thought. Settings wise, I shot at 24p with 180º shutter. Software wise, I used Optical Flow in Adobe Premiere to slow the footage down by around 60%. It can be really good under certain conditions. Ideally I'd have shot at 30fps with a 45º shutter if there was enough light. Hope that helps.

I have to try that next time I'm playing with my camera. Thanks for the tips :)

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