Jon Carr, a colleague of Vincent Laforet, borrowed his review copy of the Black Magic Cinema Camera to grab some shots around and about LA. He details the post-production workflow in this guest post for Vincent Laforet.

A Week With The BMC (1080P) from Jon Carr on Vimeo.

I have worked with Vincent Laforet for the past year and a half. Over that time I have been involved in many projects including co-writing and co-producing Möbius as well as producing and editing MotoArt.

I wouldn’t consider myself a DP. I work in the world of postproduction as an editor, visual effects artist, and producer. I shot this video to determine a viable postproduction workflow to handle the raw CinemaDNG files produced by the Blackmagic camera and thought it would be a good idea to share what I discovered for those interested in learning more about the camera.

Blackmagic was kind enough to send Vincent a camera, and after his initial review he let me take it out for a spin.

I think Vincent was very accurate and thorough in his review. I believe the BMC is going to dramatically impact the camera industry. We now have an affordable option that allows the masses to shoot RAW video and competing camera manufacturers will be forced to respond.

Much has been made of the small sensor, internal battery, and unique design but my focus will be on post. The one thing I will say is kudos to Blackmagic for providing a solution to those looking to shoot wide angle with their IBC announcement of the BMC MFT (Micro Four Thirds). I love the innovation considering their initial camera is in the infancy stage of the launch.

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It is not a “small” sensor. It is a large sensor. Compare to a FF it is small, smaller than S35 but it sits between M43 and S16. A small sensor is something you will find in a P&S camera or a handy cam.

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