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Matan Uziel

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  1. Thank you very much. Any suggestions about what file format?
  2. Yes. I want to see every detail on their faces, this is the purpose of the project, allowing the viewers a closer observation and making extreme close-ups. Does anyone can come up with a preferred configuration? Thank you!
  3. Hi all, We are shooting interviews with 2 C300's Mark II and I need a very high quality. Not knowing the camera exactly, I wanted to know what do you think about the following? 4K recording DCI Cinema 4096×2160 (or is 4K recording in UHD 3840×2160 enough?) 10-bit 4:2:2 Also, which frame rate is the best? 23.976, 24, 25 and 29.97? I don't understand? Premiere supports many different file types, so I guess the native or raw file format doesn't matter? We tend to shoot for about 8-10 hours, do you think we will past 5TB? Usage is YouTube, TV's and Premieres. (Screenings) Thank you all!
  4. Guys, I have found this and it looks very reliable: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1245606-REG/atoch_c2s_cfast_to_ssd.html I am still looking for a way to connect a camera to SSD drives. I am sure there are more ways. I for one cannot believe that in Hollywood they change the cards all the time. Even if you have 2-3 DITs on set, 300TB is a lot of storage. Opinions?
  5. Thank you for your detailed response. So, let's say I have RED Dragon or Sony FS7 or Canon C300 Mark III. Is there a way to connect a multiple slot cfast 2.0 card reader/writer straight to the camera with a cfast 2.0 adapter? In other words, how can a camera write into multiple cards and then I download the footage without disconnecting the hardware from the camera? Thank you!
  6. Hello, I am trying to figure out how storage is being saved and downloaded in big productions in Hollywood? I am shooting in 4K and need a large space per production (approx 20TB) and I find it very tiring and time consuming to download from SD cards to my computer each time a memory card is out of space. Is there a storage device that I can connect to a camera so it downloads automatically, like a Cfast 2.0 multiple SSD reader or something? How exactly it is done in big movies? I'm sure they care not downloading the footage every 1 hour.... Many thanks!
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