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Jeremy Sawatzky #2

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Re: Bye bye DSLR
« Reply #20 on: Nov 12, 13, 14:34 »
raw is enabled as of today :)

Haha yep I ate my words about 5 min after making that post, just saw it on bmcuser. - Now i guess it will get its first tryout probably during a shoot at cts.
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« Reply #21 on: Nov 12, 13, 14:59 »
I'm so J. I wish I had money.
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jameshealey

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Re: Bye bye DSLR
« Reply #22 on: Nov 12, 13, 15:45 »
I'm so J. I wish I had money.

You can always rent if you need/want ;)

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« Reply #23 on: Nov 12, 13, 15:52 »
Yeah. If I got paid for video work, I would probably rent. My friend just bought a Sony FS700 and it's really nice too.

I just can't justify spending money on renting equipment for vimeo videos. But one day if I come up with a cool idea, I'll probably rent something better to shoot it with.
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Jeremy Sawatzky #2

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« Reply #24 on: Nov 12, 13, 18:11 »
fs 700 is pretty fun to shoot with, the 240fps is rad, integrated nd filters and so on
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Re: Bye bye DSLR
« Reply #25 on: Nov 12, 13, 20:30 »
240fps is nice but only works for 10 second bursts.... Would be nicer if it were longer then that.

Jeremy Sawatzky #2

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« Reply #26 on: Nov 13, 13, 17:46 »
240fps is nice but only works for 10 second bursts.... Would be nicer if it were longer then that.

when are u ever going to need a shot longer than 1:40 of slow mo. - it has the record after feature where its constantly recording and when u hit the record button it saves the last 10 seconds of footage. - 10 seconds is a super long time stretched out to 24fps
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« Reply #27 on: Nov 13, 13, 18:50 »
really like the bike shot in gastown, keep up the good work!
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jameshealey

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Re: Bye bye DSLR
« Reply #28 on: Nov 13, 13, 20:38 »
What I meant by it's too short is not in regards to the length of the footage in the final product but more about the length of time it would take to get the shot while you are shooting. I can think of a bunch of situations where you'd want more than 10 seconds. But yes having that option is nice and if the C100 had even 60FPS it would be a lot better.

Have you tried the raw yet on your little pocket cinema camera? I'd like to see what it looks like! I've heard it has really bad Moire but otherwise it's very nice. Image that little thing with a 300mm F2.8!! That'd be sweet for surfing video!!

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Re: Bye bye DSLR
« Reply #29 on: Nov 17, 13, 15:47 »
nope haven't updated the firmware yet. gotta make some time this week. - yea the 14-140 i have is proving to be quite capable
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jameshealey

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Re: Bye bye DSLR
« Reply #30 on: Nov 17, 13, 23:04 »
Sweet! post up some samples when you do!


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Re: Bye bye DSLR
« Reply #32 on: Nov 20, 13, 10:35 »
Yeah I saw that already. Pretty interesting stuff.

Personally I don't see myself using RAW footage for my personal projects. It would be nice to have the option to offer to customers but I don't have a computer to handle the exorbitant amount of data that goes with RAW footage and being able to use all my current gear and media with the new Cinema cameras is perfectly fine with me. I'd like to see variable frame rates in true Progressive though.