Here’s a quick and easy way to get raw recording setup on your 5D Mark III thanks to the recent Magic Lantern developments.
These past days I’ve been trying to make myself useful to Alex at Magic Lantern, testing the DNG raw video recording on the 5D Mark III with a nightly build of Magic Lantern.
Here’s what the video quality looks like in the DNG video modes at 30fps.
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(Important: on the Vimeo page for this clip, click download to get the 2.5K 80Mbit clip. Don’t bother watching it full screen from the stream as it is a pale imitation of the full 2.5k file)
I’ve been experimenting today with Blackmagic Cinema Camera workflows.
I use Adobe Premiere as my main NLE. I am not an FX guy so rarely use After Effects. But it comes in very handy here.
Premiere cannot yet edit the CinemaDNG files natively, performance is very limited, it interprets the footage at 1fps, requiring you to fix this for every clip and image quality suffers greatly, possibly because it doesn’t allow you to edit in glorious 12bit.
Here’s the solution that’s working best for me…
My friends Sally and Ben got married Pagan style last week in Derbyshire, England. This was originally going to be my Warp Stabiliser project, all shot handheld (via the GH2’s built in EVF) with one lens (Voigtlander 25mm F0.95).