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    I shot a short doc on the BMMCC recently:...

    I shot a short doc on the BMMCC recently: https://vimeo.com/184950832


    http://vimeo.com/184950832

    It was all shot in ProRes LT and a lot of it was shot handheld. You really need an IR ND for...
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    A few people have mentioned this but the BMMCC...

    A few people have mentioned this but the BMMCC does default towards green, but that's pretty easy to dial out. Before you get a LUT on your footage I'd suggest a basic grade first, so add in extra...
  3. Thanks Steve! All the ambient sound was...

    Thanks Steve!

    All the ambient sound was recorded in camera on a Rode VideoMicro -- as in the cheapest Rode Mic available that only needs plugin power from a 3.5mm jack. Hands down the best bang...
  4. Thanks man! I've been meaning to comment but I...

    Thanks man! I've been meaning to comment but I LOVE your Halo concept, I definitely want to see that at the movies!
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    Thank you!
  6. Thanks! Just realised I actually graded in...

    Thanks! Just realised I actually graded in Premiere though I played with it in Resolve first. The basic grade came from Filmconvert using the KD5207 Vis3 preset. I originally started with the Osiris...
  7. Oh wow, that is a massive compliment -- thank...

    Oh wow, that is a massive compliment -- thank you! I love that little camera, though it's not so little now that I have it rigged as an A cam. The colour just looks great out of the box, and even the...
  8. FIFTY THREE YEARS (Short Doc shot on BM Micro Cinema Camera)

    http://vimeo.com/184950832

    https://vimeo.com/184950832

    This was shot in Hiroshima over a couple of days in 2016. It was shot entirely on the Micro Cinema Camera with the BMPCC Speedbooster with...
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    I also went the v-mount route and I get 6-ish...

    I also went the v-mount route and I get 6-ish hours from a 95whr battery powering the BMMCC and the 5in BMVA without the camera turning off at all (well, except maybe during lunch.)
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    I was in a similar situation as you described...

    I was in a similar situation as you described wrangling data on a TVC that was shooting the Ursa Mini. We were shooting at 4.6K on ProRes 4444, and basically we were getting around 40min per 256gb...
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    I don't mean to harp on about Hedge (which won't...

    I don't mean to harp on about Hedge (which won't help you since you're on Windows) but they've published a blog post that sheds some light on your issue:...
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    I use the Lexar Professional Thunderbolt hub...

    I use the Lexar Professional Thunderbolt hub because I can download multiple cards at once without slowing down, and I use Hedge (http://hedgeformac.com) to download my cards. The only problem with...
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    Hi all, I finally joined BMCUser just to post in...

    Hi all, I finally joined BMCUser just to post in this thread! :D

    I went a bit nuts with my build and traded size for other things, but I've shot a bunch of stuff with the BMMCC as my A Cam and it...
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    Hi everyone, long time lurker, first time...

    Hi everyone, long time lurker, first time poster...

    From memory it's a guide to make sure you've installed the shim and filter properly if you use the BMPCC Metabones Speedbooster. When I got mine...
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