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  1. Thread: C200...

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    He didn't "admit" it, it's normal. People need...

    He didn't "admit" it, it's normal. People need time to get comfortable when they are confronted with new things, especially when that new thing is outside their usual routines.
  2. Thread: C200...

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    I have no issues with it, in fact I prefer BM...

    I have no issues with it, in fact I prefer BM colors over any digital camera except Alexa. But then I'm not a scientist, I'm just a filmmaker.
  3. Have to agree with that :) Perhaps rather try...

    Have to agree with that :)

    Perhaps rather try to keep a basic consistency of lighting and settings for each scene.
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    If you live in an area of high humidity and are...

    If you live in an area of high humidity and are worried you can put silica gel in the bag.
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    New Gigabyte Aero 15 Laptop

    New Gigabyte Aero 15X looks like a good laptop for Resolve.

    https://www.gigabyte.com/Laptop/AERO-15X#kf

    AERO 15X 15.6"
    NVIDIAŽ GeForceŽ GTX 1070 GDDR5 8GB with Max-Q design
    7th Gen IntelŽ...
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    haha, someone is excited :)) Awesome, looking...

    haha, someone is excited :))

    Awesome, looking forward to the trailer.
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    I'd wish for very good upscale algorithms in...

    I'd wish for very good upscale algorithms in Resolve, something like the After Effects' detail-preserving upscale. Even as it is right now though, rendering HD/2K sources to 4k masters gives much...
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    The guy is super cool. His film vs digital...

    The guy is super cool. His film vs digital comparison is just as telling.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suZtYPIADHM
  9. Thread: smoke vs haze

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    Mineral oil through bug foggers is also an...

    Mineral oil through bug foggers is also an alternative method for honey farmers to kill bee mites (and they die within 2 minutes), you definately don't want to use that inside :)
  10. Thread: smoke vs haze

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    +1 Even good water based hazers. Recently had...

    +1

    Even good water based hazers. Recently had to use a water based hazer (popular Smoke Factory Tour Hazer II) to fill a whole supermarket and it basically looked like something nearby was slowly...
  11. Thread: smoke vs haze

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    No problem. I just wanted to state that to my...

    No problem.

    I just wanted to state that to my knowledge, oil based fluids should not be spread into the air by heating, but by compressing.
    Heating ordinary mineral oil to the point that it...
  12. Thread: smoke vs haze

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    Timothy, it's the other way around. Oil based...

    Timothy, it's the other way around.

    Oil based hazers push mineral oil through a compressor.
    Water based hazers/fog machines heat up (water based) fluid.

    As far as I know, heating up mineral...
  13. Thread: smoke vs haze

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    haha. Yeah, as long as the mineral oil is spread...

    haha. Yeah, as long as the mineral oil is spread in the air by pressure / a compressor, like oil based hazers do, it's no problem.

    I'm really not so sure about burning it though :)
  14. Thread: smoke vs haze

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    Yikes, doesn't sound too good, I'd rather not...

    Yikes, doesn't sound too good, I'd rather not have crew and actors breath this in.
    Remember there are guidelines for the use of theatrical smoke and haze, set for the sake of actors' health.
    Also,...
  15. Thread: smoke vs haze

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    Don't use fog, you will never get the effect of a...

    Don't use fog, you will never get the effect of a thick but invisible atmosphere which haze gives you.

    It will only give you trouble on set and when editing (amount varies from shot to shot, you...
  16. Thread: Bernie

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    Fantastic. Great attention to detail. Which...

    Fantastic. Great attention to detail.

    Which can be seen in your framing, and rhythm of framing and lensing, which is flawless imo.
    I don't care much about the VFX other then that they draw me...
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    What Nomad said. Shooting raw on the BMPCC,...

    What Nomad said.

    Shooting raw on the BMPCC, dialing in an ISO value doesn't do anything to the image you capture, but it changes the image you see on the monitor and the values the histogram shows...
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    Dynamic range depends on the situation and your...

    Dynamic range depends on the situation and your exposure, and whether you shoot raw or Prores.

    Shooting raw, for normal as well as lower light/lower contrast situations I expose for ISO 400. In...
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    You could try and print out a focus chart and...

    You could try and print out a focus chart and check your lenses at different apertures. You should get a good overview of their chromatic aberrations, red, green or purple fringing ect.
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    +1

    +1
  21. cool, please update if you found something.

    cool, please update if you found something.
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    +1

    +1
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    Ey Note, I wish you and your team the best for...

    Ey Note,
    I wish you and your team the best for this very very cool project!
  24. Hm. But then again, the sensor needs to be...

    Hm. But then again, the sensor needs to be exposed to it's best, so exposure tools being affected by LUT would be hindering with that. If you know your LUT and how to best expose to it, then it makes...
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    Yes, Ronin M. A lot of micro jittering in those...

    Yes, Ronin M. A lot of micro jittering in those gimbal shots though, due to the Zeiss ZE barrel moving out/in when adjusting focus, putting the camera out of balance on the gimbal.
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