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    Ursa Mini Pro G2
    Blackmagic RAW 12:1 | 8:1
    3K Anamorphic @ 24p | 120fps
    ISO between 400-800
    ISCO Ultra Star | Nikon 50mm E 1.8 | FVD-16A

    This is a really short test. More footage soon.

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    SETUP Photos below


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    Great shots man!

    I've got one of those babies on pre order... can you tell anything about low light performance?
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    Gorgeous stuff Note. Though I will say that this could very well have been a UMP g1. The look I mean. Man i'd love to slap those Cooke lenses on the g2 and do some 120fps.

    I guess later when you get more time with the cam you can elaborate on the differences ...if any...between the G1 and G2 as it pertains to things other than frame rate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jambredz View Post
    Gorgeous stuff Note. Though I will say that this could very well have been a UMP g1. The look I mean. Man i'd love to slap those Cooke lenses on the g2 and do some 120fps.

    I guess later when you get more time with the cam you can elaborate on the differences ...if any...between the G1 and G2 as it pertains to things other than frame rate.
    Thanks!

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    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 host lens (Nikkor 50mm)? And how to you find pulling focus with that rig?
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    you guys were right. its technically the g1 with higher frame rates. doubt lowlight would be improved. That fvd16 is pretty sick. im really thinking of grabbing one
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsfilmz View Post
    you guys were right. its technically the g1 with higher frame rates. doubt lowlight would be improved. That fvd16 is pretty sick. im really thinking of grabbing one
    it's supposed to be a new sensor... (?)

    I'd like to know something about low light... if possible.
    I don't want an infra red camera, just a clean image on low light.

    Any info Note would be much appreciated.

    cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Note Suwanchote View Post
    Ursa Mini Pro G2
    Blackmagic RAW 12:1 | 8:1
    3K Anamorphic @ 24p | 120fps
    ISO between 400-800
    ISCO Ultra Star | Nikon 50mm E 1.8 | FVD-16A

    This is a really short test. More footage soon.

    Youtube:
    https://youtu.be/Rr5nIwRBMbM

    Vimeo:
    https://vimeo.com/327807189









    SETUP Photos below



    Note, the G2 footage looks really great! Would love to see more when you have it as well as to hear your thoughts on the camera as a whole.
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    Damn fine looking stuff, mate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPStewart View Post
    Damn fine looking stuff, mate!
    Thank you! We should meet up soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by dannyboy View Post
    Note, the G2 footage looks really great! Would love to see more when you have it as well as to hear your thoughts on the camera as a whole.
    It's a refined UMP, in a great way. The colors are a bit different and I love that about it. The RS time being half or so is noticeable.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bxl View Post
    it's supposed to be a new sensor... (?)

    I'd like to know something about low light... if possible.
    I don't want an infra red camera, just a clean image on low light.

    Any info Note would be much appreciated.

    cheers
    Waiting to possibly shoot a lowlight fire scene but the UMP has been clean for me. The G2 is definitely clean at what I generally shoot in, 800.

    Quote Originally Posted by jsfilmz View Post
    you guys were right. its technically the g1 with higher frame rates. doubt lowlight would be improved. That fvd16 is pretty sick. im really thinking of grabbing one
    The FVD is very nice! The RS times, color and HFR are great improvements. RS being noticeable!
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    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 host lens (Nikkor 50mm)? And how to you find pulling focus with that rig?
    The Nikon is a great setup! Pulling focus isn't very hard.
    My Nikon sort of broke so I'm using a Rokinon 50mm for now
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