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  1. #1 URSA & BMP4K footage for West Elm 
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    I shot this with the Ursa and BMP4k for West Elm. Check it out!

    http://youtu.be/5oFMIMXcCiA?list=UUe...39mjeAZGp7Nl3Q
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    Very nice, Kyle.
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    Did you notice any difference with the 4K raw/ProRes images from the URSA versus the BMPC4K? Or any other differences you might want to mention?
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    Not much. I didn't handle the post production on this video, but the footage from the 2 cameras seemed almost exactly the same. I did notice a slight FPN at ISO 800 on the Ursa as well so I tried to keep it at 400. Oh, and it definitely does have the sun spot as well, luckily they were able to paint it out from the opening shot.
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    I like this Kyle. Well done. What lenses did you use?
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    Very nice.
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    that looks really nice. you picked the right time, gold hour always gives the best lighting conditions
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    I love the natural bounce of light. Good stuff.

    Also, i chuckled a little when he went - "you're not running around trying to tell goats what to do."
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    Good job Kyle - some really lovely shots there.
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