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Blackmagic didn't invet the Black Hole Sun

Mattias Burling

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Thought I would share this just for fun.

These days I think most shooters know that the black hole sun problem in some Blackmagic cameras isnt new. For example Arri experiences it as well.

And its easy to avoid and even easier to fix in post.

Today I experienced a pretty much identical phenomenon on an even older type of sensor... film.

These are shot with the ever so lovely and joyful Fuji Packfilm System. FP100 glossy.


Its more blue, but still.


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2 minutes ago, Hene1 said:

What if the problem isn't with the cameras, but the sun instead. Aliens are building a base in there, sun is just so bright that we don't usually see it.


Sort of a "They Live" type scenario. But with cameras instead of glasses.

Luckily Im out of bubble gum and ready to kick ass.


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