Here is a side by side comparison of the two cameras shooting in Raw Mode: This is how we hacked the 5D: c5d.at/1o4 Today we already published a test video of the impressive Canon 5D mark III RAW module enabled by the Magic Lantern hack and a guide to get it working yourself. Here’s a side Read MoreRead More
Blackmagic Cinema Camera
522 Productions compares three popular cameras. We did a very intensive test on the BMCC, Red Scarlet and Sony F5. What we found was that every camera has their purpose. From being onset and not looking at the footage in post production, the Sony F5 was the winner. It is a great ‘do all’ camera Read MoreRead More
Shane Hurlbut discusses how he approached turning a Blackmagic Cinema Camera in to an operational movie camera. You all know that I have been conducting many camera tests during prep on Need for Speed. I have been testing all of the different digital emulsions to see where they will fit into my toolbox. Black Magic Read MoreRead More
The Blackmagic Cinema Camera is starting to get the kinks ironed out and rolling out in mass. But are you ready to shoot with this new format? Ryan E. Walters goes through some of the gotchas with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera workflow. Preparation Prior To Being On Set: Before you even take a step on Read MoreRead More
If you listened to our interview with Dan May, you heard him say that Blackmagic Cinema Camera’s future was open for discussion. Now we’re seeing the first iteration of the camera – one that sports a Micro Four Thirds option:
Get an even wider range of lens compatibility with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera MFT with Passive Micro Four Thirds (MFT) mount! Perfect for MFT lenses or even adapters to other lens mounts such as PL. You get the same beautiful design that features a machined aluminum chassis, interchangeable optics using Passive Micro Four Thirds (MFT) lens mount for manually operated lenses and adapters, high resolution 2.5K sensor, 13 stops of dynamic range and 12-bit RAW uncompressed and compressed ProRes and DNxHD file formats! Includes sun shield, power supply, carry strap, UltraScope waveform monitoring software and a full version of DaVinci Resolve Software for Mac OS X and Windows.
Joe Marine of NoFilmSchool.com talks about the different options Micro Four Thirds brings to the table…Read More