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c100 footage compared to 5d3 vs letus anamorphx

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Hi guys

Ive been trying to combine c100 footage which is crisp next to 5d footage with 85L which is beautiful and doffy but not very sharp.

 

Here is the video

 

http://www.philwittmer.com/#!John-Amelia/c10u6/20453556-BEFD-4BE6-8C19-A5FE56F7B5FD

 

The full frame 5d is great for portraiture and the c100 is great for a filmic look.

I tried to embrace that difference by having the crop bars mainly on the c100 footage.

 

What I would like to try in the future tho, so i dont have to change cameras. Is

using the letus anamorphx adapter on the 85L (or even the sigma 18-35) to widen up 

that field of view which starts to bridge the gap of field of view and dof you get on the full frame

what do you guys think?

 

cheers

 

Phil Wittmer

philwittmer.com

Sydney Wedding Videos

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While you can sharpen the 5D3 footage a bit more and turn down C100 sharpening (or off, even Gaussian blur it slightly in post), if you sharpen too much it will start to look digital (artifacts). For some of the up close portrait-like shots, the softness of the 5D3 is pleasing in your wedding video. Did anyone notice a difference in cameras for your video? The cameras cut together pretty well.

 

If you used an FS700, you could use a SpeedBooster to more closely match the 5D3 FOV & DOF. The C100 has an advantage of better color processing vs. the FS700, especially for skintones (I've tweaked the color profiles for the FS700 and am more careful with lighting to help better match the 5D3 color).

 

If you want to get the sharpness and detail a lot closer to the C100, and far surpass it in color processing possibilities, shoot 5D3 14-bit RAW. Here's a wedding shot in 100% 5D3 RAW: 

Details: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?322289-Wedding-(RAW)

 

Whether the extra time and effort shooting RAW is worth it for weddings is another question.

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