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    *Double Thumbs Up*

    Looking at that image, I wonder why people give up on this wonderful camera....
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    This is absolutely great. The images look superb, it's things like this that really solidify how much I love the look of the BMCC/BMPCC/BMMCC. It's just so filmic looking and you really nailed it with this short. Especially since by the sounds of it, you were learning whilst shooting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by strancali View Post
    BTW Peter, what are you shooting with now that the BMCC is not your main camera anymore?
    For narrative and commercial work, mostly RED family. Still use the BMCC as a personal camera or for B-cam narrative work.
    (Hoping to do another short on Super16...)
    For documentary stuff, it's mostly Canon c300.

    Thank you all for the kind words! It's great to hear that you enjoyed it.
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    you REALLY nailed it!

    thoughtful, funny, looks great and that 70s vibe.

    sweet.

    please stand up and take a well deserved bow.

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    WOW! I will not reeat al of the above said, although it#s true.
    Thanks for sharing, wonderful 12 minutes spent in my life!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brambler View Post
    For narrative and commercial work, mostly RED family. Still use the BMCC as a personal camera or for B-cam narrative work.
    (Hoping to do another short on Super16...)
    For documentary stuff, it's mostly Canon c300.

    Thank you all for the kind words! It's great to hear that you enjoyed it.
    Awesome, I might have to contact you in the near future for a project
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    A bit late to the party. But I just wanted to say great job Peter! It looked really good and I enjoyed the storys as well. I am still a fan of the BMCC. Thanks for sharing with us.
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    Loved it as well.
    How did you do the slow motion stuff?
    Also, was the moonshot stick footage?
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