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  1. #1 Angenieux 17.5-70mm with BMPCC 
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    https://vimeo.com/80294710

    First test with Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera.

    Shot using an Angenieux 17.5-70mm 2.2 PL

    Graded with FIlmconvert

    Denoised with NeatVideo

    Sharpened in post
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    Nice footage and nice lens for the Pocket!

    Hope you post some more.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Useg Diaz-Granados View Post
    Nice footage and nice lens for the Pocket!

    Hope you post some more.


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    Thanks Useg
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    Looks nice, but it would have been nice to have a downloadable file, or at least a HD version on Vimeo
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    Quote Originally Posted by haavard View Post
    Looks nice, but it would have been nice to have a downloadable file, or at least a HD version on Vimeo
    It is HD on Vimeo?

    Made it downloadable for you. But the origonal file can't be downloaded as I don't have Vimeo plus.

    Sorry.
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    Nice work, Amoore! Really like that look.
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    How much noise was there? Do you have any original frames?
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    Great look Alec. Little on the dark side in the grade perhaps, maybe half a stop brighter? I found myself squinting to see what was in the frame properly, that's all.

    I love FilmConvert. Ended up buying it with their 25% off discount right now. Which stock did you use?

    Great work for a test.
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    Nice work. Did you add the vignetting effect in post or is that from the lens?
    Also, what did you use for stabilization?
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    Great look Alec. Little on the dark side in the grade perhaps, maybe half a stop brighter? I found myself squinting to see what was in the frame properly, that's all.
    Nick, as a total beginner I think that the level of darkness is a personal preference.

    Here are some interesting links that sort of supports my viewpoint.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eobw_x_ky2k

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mas4zNdBhzo


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