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    I would absolutely pick the OLPF. I have two of...

    I would absolutely pick the OLPF. I have two of the 77mm Hoya filters that I bought long ago, before IR OLPFs were available for the pocket. ($113x2= $226 cost to me). For just over $100 more, I...
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    Well, it's per circuit, so it really depends on...

    Well, it's per circuit, so it really depends on how your house is circuited. A number of different outlets may share the same circuit, and that circuit is going to have 3520watts of maximum draw in...
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    Watts equals amps x volts, so if your home outlet...

    Watts equals amps x volts, so if your home outlet is 16amps*220 volts = 3520watts, i.e. plenty of watts to support a 2k light. I can't tell you anything about the unit itself though.
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    You will probably catch the pellet in a couple of...

    You will probably catch the pellet in a couple of frames depending on the angle, but it would be the kind of thing that was quite simple to roto out.
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    On the BMPCC I do it by eye and haven't ever...

    On the BMPCC I do it by eye and haven't ever really had a problem with color temp. I usually find it needs a little tint offset, but there is not a way around that as it isn't adjustable in camera.
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    Either this is impressive photoshop... or I am...

    Either this is impressive photoshop... or I am just really confused.
  7. That's part of BlackMagic's new initiative to...

    That's part of BlackMagic's new initiative to implement the unpredictability of shooting film into their digital cameras. You will now get "light leaks, faded image, magenta vignette, etc."
  8. Nice! Thanks for these tests. The cine looks just...

    Nice! Thanks for these tests. The cine looks just a touch warmer to my eye. But that is with very careful examination. Anyone else see that or is it just me? I don't think the discrepancy would be...
  9. How is actually accessing and using the touch...

    How is actually accessing and using the touch screen with this hood? Would it be possible to make a version with less of a bottom edge so you could reach in from the bottom easily?
  10. Two copies of davinci resolve? Just curious...

    Two copies of davinci resolve? Just curious...
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    Gorgeous! Did they let you eat anything between...

    Gorgeous! Did they let you eat anything between takes?

    Also, what mic setup did you use? Was it recorded in camera?
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    If you want a once n done solution, the new...

    If you want a once n done solution, the new Mosaic OLPF for the Ursa Mini has IR cut that is supposed to be modeled off of the Hoya UV/IR cut (which I swear by and as DPStewart said are perfectly...
  13. Watch out for the difference in sizes for fronts...

    Watch out for the difference in sizes for fronts and threads for vintage lenses when looking at adapters. For instance, at least for the MKII s16 superspeeds I've used, they have an 80mm front (outer...
  14. Those superspeeds soften up a bit wide open. I...

    Those superspeeds soften up a bit wide open. I don't have experience with the Angie to say if it's comparable, but I wouldn't hesitate to reccomend them as lenses. Just beware that the MKII S16...
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    rawlite.com

    rawlite.com
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    Nice grades! Thanks! Alex, the CU of the...

    Nice grades! Thanks!

    Alex, the CU of the actress with the red hand-wraps was in a boxing gym with windows on either side. We blacked out all of the windows to HER right. Then we left two windows...
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    More .DNGs from a BMPCC! Shot with Zeiss S16 MKii...

    More .DNGs from a BMPCC! Shot with Zeiss S16 MKii Superspeeds (the ones with the triangular aperture). I'm curious to see what everyone comes up with... the grade is preliminary, right now it uses...
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    Well, we totally changed the direction we took...

    Well, we totally changed the direction we took the scene and decided to motivate light from the TV, and do blue screen for the TV itself due to problems with the material that was to be played on...
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    I think a lot of the time, the "film look" is as...

    I think a lot of the time, the "film look" is as much about what you put in front of the camera than the camera itself. If it's filmic colour you want, you might be just as well trading your C300ii...
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    Is anyone else thinking "Amira Mini" when they...

    Is anyone else thinking "Amira Mini" when they see this camera?
  21. Aaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

    Aaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
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    You'l get around a 3.55:1 aspect ratio, ie....

    You'l get around a 3.55:1 aspect ratio, ie. REALLLLLLYYYYYY WIDE. Also you will havee a difficult time with field of view as 35mm is basically a portrait lens on the pocket. Finally, you'll want a...
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    I take it Christmas is coming early, Rick?

    I take it Christmas is coming early, Rick?
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    Lighting for BMPCC Daylight to Tungsten

    I am doing a short on the BMPCC this weekend, and I have an interesting challenge.

    One of the shots involves a news reporter on a TV screen (night interior). I plan to do it practically, actually...
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    Not only the DR, but it seems to retain colour in...

    Not only the DR, but it seems to retain colour in under/over exposure better as well! Either way they are both solid looking cameras.
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