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    CGI cameras are simply based on real cameras. But...

    CGI cameras are simply based on real cameras. But you need to define it, or know how the virtual camera is defined, to understand and predict how it'll behave.

    So the first question would be, what...
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    I can highly recommend the work of Krzysztof from...

    I can highly recommend the work of Krzysztof from c7 Adapters in Poland. Excellent build quality and precision. He's also very approachable with great after sales support....
  3. Nice work Rueben! Been craving a stop/start...

    Nice work Rueben! Been craving a stop/start controller for my pocket 4K when using on a gimbal - that should work nicely.

    And I see you're from Utrecht. Lovely place, it's a great city. Stayed...
  4. NEED TO HIRE > URSA Broadcast @ Mel Fri 7 June

    Any URSA Broadcast owners out there in Melbourne willing to rent me their camera for a shoot on Friday 7th June? Or does anyone know an owner who may be willing to rent me one?

    I can get other...
  5. Price?

    Price?
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    Nah, nothing could possibly go wrong. You worry...

    Nah, nothing could possibly go wrong. You worry too much.

    Hey, and when you turn it to a horizontal position, you could put your coffee cup on it. Perfect!
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    I love the one FujiFilm have integrated into...

    I love the one FujiFilm have integrated into their X-T series cameras. Beautiful little device.
  8. They could rebrand it with the big H, and add...

    They could rebrand it with the big H, and add $5000 to the price :)
  9. Personally, I think BMD have nailed the form...

    Personally, I think BMD have nailed the form factor of this camera. Spot on.

    It's totally usable right out of the box with nothing but the bare accessories added.
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    In a nut shell, expectations. If you have an...

    In a nut shell, expectations.

    If you have an Arri camera on our shoot, it usually means there's some budget, and so therefore expectations are high. This then increases the overall production...
  11. Thanks Denny.

    Thanks Denny.
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    Yes.

    Yes.
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    No it's not. It's a substantially larger MFT...

    No it's not. It's a substantially larger MFT sensor.

    Image circles:
    Original Pocket Camera = 14.32mm (12.48mm x 7.02mm)
    Pocket 4K = 21.44mm (18.96mm x 10mm)

    The URSA Broadcast on the other...
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    There's a couple on eBay. This one is in UK....

    There's a couple on eBay.

    This one is in UK.
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/8-64mm-T2-4-Canon-Zoom-Lens-S16-FORMAT/223458432584?hash=item3407291648:g:B-4AAOSwCuBclnyw&frcectupt=true
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    It's using the same sensor as the URSA Mini Pro...

    It's using the same sensor as the URSA Mini Pro G1, and URSA Mini 4.6K.

    However, it seems the performance has been improved (sensor readout, frame rate etc) with new electronics, and processing...
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    When using filtration, you're even more likely to...

    When using filtration, you're even more likely to encounter flare or other strange artefacts. As Geran mentioned, try to use matte box, lens hood or something to protect filters/front element from...
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    What camera is it mounted on? Any adaptors? Or...

    What camera is it mounted on? Any adaptors? Or focal reducers?

    Are the optics clean? Is that flare?

    When you shone a bright light (torch) through the lens, are the optics clear?

    BTW, if ever...
  18. Hey Note, thanks for sharing the test! I don't...

    Hey Note, thanks for sharing the test!

    I don't know anything about the ISCO Ultra Star, though I love the look. Beautiful, creamy character but also punchy and sharp.

    How is it adapting to the...
  19. I'd snap one up if it wasn't so big. Obviously,...

    I'd snap one up if it wasn't so big. Obviously, if you want four batteries in there it needs to be.

    But even two would give the camera a good kick along, and be a small grip. Looks good though.
  20. Yes, that was announced last year. Theres a...

    Yes, that was announced last year.

    Theres a whole thread dedicated to it here:
    http://www.bmcuser.com/showthread.php?22513-Tilta-Pocket-4K-cage-system&highlight=tilta+cage
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    The first Director of Photography (he was also an...

    The first Director of Photography (he was also an accredited ACS member) I worked with many years ago explained it this way as well. He said it took him years before he could call himself a DoP.
    ...
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    Well, that's a matter of opinion. I actually...

    Well, that's a matter of opinion.

    I actually think the Pocket 4k is perfect the way it is. For my needs, it doesn't need to be rigged up or have anything added.

    Whack on a a lens, slip in a...
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    I use CFast2.0 exclusively on on Pocket 4k and...

    I use CFast2.0 exclusively on on Pocket 4k and URSA Mini 4.6k. It's more robust than SD and, from a codec perspective, more versatile. The idea of recording via a USB drive hanging off the camera...
  24. I love a good vine department, especially at the...

    I love a good vine department, especially at the end of a long day :)
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    Unless it's the same dimensions to the Hoodman...

    Does it mean that I'll be able attach my old Zacuto BMPCC to your "base"? It would be great! Then I won't need to sell it:)[/QUOTE]
    Unless it's the same dimensions to the Hoodman 3.0 loupe, then...
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