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2570 fps makes for some killer clips
great camera what about it?
that skate clip at 1.20 is sweeeet.
Lol at dude at 1.06!
film looks very sharp.
what lens did you use?
how did you secure a budget for the camera and shoot?
Also, who is the producer?
have you ever done narrative and not just pretty pictures?
thanks i will check it out when i get to a pc
Aari Master prime T1.3 not surprising it looks so amazing with a piece of glass like that.
that glass makes me randy.
yeah... all is nice until you actually start working with it... Outside you are all good but inside all traditional lights (thungsten or HMIs) stop being useful cause they flicker at those extreme speeds.
the footage is VERY noisy (the post guys hate this camera) and you really need significant amount of post (color correction and noise reduction) to make it work.
tungsten lights flicker? didn't know that
"the footage is VERY noisy (the post guys hate this camera) and you really need significant amount of post (color correction and noise reduction) to make it work."
story of my life.
they did a great job with it, image looks good.
32 bit color correction?
a cinematic light that doesn't flicker up to 15,000 fps.
way more energy efficient too
Also - there's no need for ballast and uses so little electricity you could plug it into your kitchen wall
(okay, the founder/producer is my brother in law and we did the ID/site) :-)
...but seriously, check them out - they're signing tons of contracts with studios right now