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  1. PHANTOM Flex 4K Package For Sale (Pre-Owned) 1x AstroDesign Electronic Colour Viewfinder 2x 1TB Vision Research CineMags 1x CineStation Mag Reader 240v Power Supply 1x Travel Case email sales@broadcastsolutions.com for pricing and details.
  2. hello guys! I've got a question, it might be a stupid question for some of us, still it bothers me right now! I was browsing some Canon Cinema Prime lenses, and I read: "they offer brilliant 4K image quality" my question is: what does that mean? I mean, how do they calculate that the lens offers a 4K image quality and not for instance a 2K? thank you so much :)
  3. Hello everybody, I’d like to share with you the first 4K SUPER 8 FILM IN 3D. It’s one of my 5 submissions to the KODAK SUPER 8 FILMMAKING CHALLENGE. Click on the link below to go to the Audience Awards website to watch the film. FAIR WARNING: You MUST use anaglyph (Red / Cyan) 3D glasses to experience the 3D effect, otherwise the image looks just blurred. Headphones are also recommended. Don’t forget to vote please. Thank you, MOY Link: http://theaudienceawards.com/films/4k-super-8-in-3d-by-moy51613#
  4. Just found this gorgeous video on Vimeo and I thought I'd share it. Maybe we could use an "Online" sub-forum within this one?... Anyway, enjoy. https://vimeo.com/146534283
  5. I'm thinking about buying a camera at the end of the year. I've been assessing what I can afford and what's available. So far, I've narrowed it down to either the Panasonic GH4 or the Sony A7s. I like the GH4's native ability to shoot 4k but I'm concerned about the 4/3" sensor size. I'm impressed with the Sony A7s' shooting capability especially in low light but disappointed that shooting 4k requires an expensive peripheral. I'd appreciate any advice, opinions and first hand intel anyone can give me. If there's another camera system that anyone would recommend, by all means. Mind you I cannot afford anything that's over $5000. Thanks.
  6. With the advent of the 4/3 mount system a wide variety of lenses are now availble for use in HD and 4K acquisition. Lenses produced prior to the digital era may provide a specific look but for general production may not provide adequate resolution for HD or 4K production. Is there a standard suggested minimum resolution for lenses used for 4K acquisition? Are lower end lenses such as the Bower series and still lenses such as the Canon EF series of significant resolution to meet the requirements of 4K?
  7. With the advent of the 4/3 mount system a wide variety of lenses are now availble for use in HD and 4K acquisition. Lenses produced prior to the digital era may provide a specific look but for general production may not provide adequate resolution for HD or 4K production. Is there a standard suggested minimum resolution for lenses used for 4K acquisition? Are lower end lenses such as the Bower series and still lenses such as the Canon EF series of significant resolution to meet the requirements of 4K?
  8. Please email for pricing @ sales@broadcastsolutions.com Includes : 1 - Sony PMW-F55 Hours: 487 1 - DVF-EL100 OLED Viewfinder 1 - Microphone Holder 1 - Sony Stereo Microphone for the F5/F55 1 - Switronix S-JP-A-Base 3-Stud Jetpack for F5/F55 1 - FOS-100 Compact 100W 14.4VPower Supply 2 - 64GB SxS Pro Plus Cards 2 - 128GB SxS Pro Plus Cards 1 - SBAC-U20 USB SxS Memory Card Reader 1 - AXS-R5 RAW Recorder for F5/F55 Hours: 36 1 - AXS-CR1 Card Reader for AXS-R5 Memory Recorder 2 - AXS-512S24 512GB Memory Cards 1 - Anton Bauer 2702 4 Position Battery Charger 4 - Dionic HC Batteries 1 - Arri Pro Set For Sony PMW-F5/F55 (Top Plate, Base Plate, Shoulder Pad, Viewfinder Adapter, Plug Protector) 2 - Arri Handgrips with extensions 1 - Innerspace case For F5/F55 w/Desipack
  9. Film stock kodak 7203 50D. Processed and scanned to a 4K Log by Pro8mm. This film has been downres to 1080p for Vimeo purposes. It has not been edited or processed in any form other than the color change to B&W, the sound is the wild production track with no processing. This sound test was performed in a single take using double system, the Logmar Super 8 film camera and the Sennheiser MKH 416 directional shotgun microphone. The audio was recorded with the Tascam DR-70 Linear PCM recorder. https://vimeo.com/136780122 Enjoy, MOY
  10. Hi guys, Selling my F55 kit. Hours are around 1050. I'm looking for £20,500 (+ 20% vat if applicable) for the list below. All beautifully boxed by Case Design. Photos attached, although I don't have the Arri Pro Support set that you see in the photos anymore. Sony F55 + DVF-EL100 OLED Viewfinder 4 x Sony Olivine Batteries Sony BC-L90 Battery Charger Sony SxS Pro+ Card128GB R5 Raw Recorder (Hours: 370) 2 x Sony AXS Card 512GB AXS Card Reader Rigidised Aluminium Camera & Accessories Case with lazer-cut interior Rigidised Aluminium Battery and Charger Case (can accommodate 6 Olivine batteries) Cheers, Jamie Kennerley jamiekennerley@hotmail.com 07863 180 802
  11. Sony F65 Camera Package with Media. Please see the list below. Serious inquires only. If you know about the camera, but you are not totally familiar with all of the items below please email me. Sony F65 Body 1 F65 EVF and EVF Mounting Plate 1 Sony Riser Plate 1 Shoulder Pad 1 Sony F65 R4 Recorder 1 AB Battery Plate 1 V-Mount Shoe 1 Control Panel 1 2x 9pL to 9pL Cable 1 Accessory Bracket 1 Solid Camera 1/20 and 3/8” Side Mounted Cheese Plate 1 V-lock Connectors 2 4 2-pin, 4 3-pin accessory breakout box for 24V and 12V Power 1 (3-pin Fisher 24volt – 2-pin Lemo 12 Volt Connectors) Arri BP-9 1 Arri 12-Inch Dovetail 1 512 High Speed SR Memory Card (Black) 3 256 High Speed SR Memory Card (Black) 1 AC Adapter/ Power Cable 1 Frezzi Universal Juice Box 1 2x 10' 8pL(m) to 8pL(f) Power Cable 1 Anton Bauer Hytron 140w Battery 4 Anton Bauer Quad Charger 1 Sony PC4 Downloading Station with 10GigE Option 1 AC Adapter/ Power Cable 1 Sony SRD-1 1 **All Equipment is provided with hard cases or Pelicans System Hours: 697 Continuous 145 Periodic Please see images of the camera package with the link below: http://bit.ly/1FDvexT sean@3riveproductions.com
  12. As it looks like I will be getting either a 2K or 4K scan for my 16mm short film (and not doing a traditional A/B negative cut,) my main concern now is preserving the grain structure that I achieved in-camera. I went for a specific look with this film and pushed 7219 2 stops, creating a nice amount of grain. As I read and look online and different clips on Vimeo & YouTube, I see a lot of 2K scans that look too pristine. Not all, but a lot. So my question is will I still be able to retain that kind of gritty look with a 2K scan, or will it defeat the purpose of the original look I was going for?...
  13. We have several of the new Panasonic Varicam 35 4K Cameras available, Demo units, less then 10 hours, full warranty contact for details bvw@vidgear.com 760-200-3634
  14. Email For Pricing : sales@broadcastsolutions.com Used On One Project. Director Film Scanner Base 4K & 2K 35mm Pinless Fast Shuttling Module Kodak Digital ICE (DICE) Dustusting System CineDirector Software, 2K 35mm CCD Sensor, LED Light Source, KeyKode Reader, TimeCode, EDL Import, KeyKode EDL Import, Custom Film Transport for gentle film handling, Host Computer with Windows 7 64-bit, Pinless film transport, Lasergraphics Optical registration System, HEPA Filter Positive Air Pressure System, Modular design for fast/easy maintenance, Scanning Speed of 11fps full aperture 2k and HD (8fps when running Kodak DICE). Up to 100 fps shuttling plus thumbnail preview
  15. For sale Ki Pro Quad 4K recorder Used but in perfect working condition Comes with 2 x 512 GB SSD cards and reader. 5000.00 canadian dollars http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/857190-REG/AJA_KI_PRO_QUAD_Ki_Pro_Quad.html I live in Montreal, can ship anywhere.
  16. We have a Phantom Flex 4K package with a year warranty left on the package $115,900 Phanton Flex 4K Ultra Bundle One year warranty left on package 64GB Flex4K 2x2TB CM + CS - 1 Phantom Flex, 64GB Color Camera W/ PL Mount 2-2TB CineMag IV 1-CineStation IV Power supply and cable - PL lens mount Ethernet connection cable - 5 Meters 1 year warranty on parts and labor Vision Research Camera Control Software Glue Tools Software License Pelican Camera Case - Printed Manual Viewfinders VRI-VF-WBUNDLE* Phantom Viewfinder, OLED, with Bundle Purchase (Includes Bracket) Camera Support 1-AB-PFL-C400 2 Cine-Style Riser for Phantom Flex Basic Accessories 1 VRI-TRIG-PIC* Trigger Pickle Switch 1 AB-PWR-SUPPLY -221W-24V Power Supply 2-CO-BBD1505F-25B Premium Belden 1505F Digital Video BNC Cable w. Canare Conn. - 25' sdi 1-VRI-CBL-ETH-FIS -10M* 10 Meter CAT 5 Ethernet Cable for Phantom HD, 65, Miro 1-IC-3097-Flex 4K Hard Case w/wheels and handle Necessary Accessory 1-VRI-PWR-CORDOPT-US VRI Power Plug (US) ADDITIONALS 1-AR-339860 Arri BP-8 435 Bridgeplate w. 19mm Rods (18” long) & 12” Dovetail 1-VRI-CBL-YPRPBP65-0R8* Phantom YPRPB Component Cable (as spare) -.8 Meters 2-AB-P4K-XLR3-24V Phantom Flex 4K 24V Pigtail 2-275.00 AB-P4K-XLR3-12V 2-AB-XLR3-10 XLR3 to XLR3 Power Cable - 10' 2-AB-XLR4-10 XLR3 to XLR4 Power Cable - 10' 2-Arri ALEXA 12V Accessory Cable KC 154-SP-S 2-CC-TVL-ALEXA CineCoil 12' Coiled TVLogic to 2 pin Lemo 70.00 ea. 1-AN-QR-HOTSWAPAR* Anton Bauer QR HOTSWAP-AR Camera Mounted Gold Mount Accessory Hot Swap for Alexa 1-VRI-BATT-MNT-AB* Battery Mount, Standard Anton Bauer Gold Mount for Flex4K bvw@vidgear.com
  17. BURBANK, Calif. (March 10, 2015) - FotoKem's restoration of Twentieth Century Fox's The Sound of Music will kick off the sixth annual TCM Classic Film Festival on March 26 in Hollywood. Originally released in 1965, the re-mastered version of this cinematic treasure will grace the screen of the TCL Chinese Theater IMAX as the fest's Opening Night Film, as previously announced by TCM. The movie's stars - Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer - will be on hand to introduce the film, along with Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne. Directed by Robert Wise and photographed by Ted D. McCord, ASC, The Sound of Music earned five Oscars® for Best Picture, Director, Sound, Editing and Score. The Rodgers & Hammerstein musical tells the true story of a nun (Andrews) who leaves the convent to serve as governess at the nearby Von Trapp household, where she falls in love with Captain Von Trapp (Plummer) and the family encounters dangers and eventual triumph in Nazi-era Austria. This marks the second consecutive year that a movie restored by FotoKem has opened the TCM Classic Film Festival. Last year, Twentieth Century Fox's Oklahoma! was unveiled for attendees. FotoKem completed the restoration of both 65mm classics through 8K scans from large-format film elements, down-sampled to 4K for restoration and digital cinema mastering. "The popularity of The Sound of Music is in part a testament to the power of 65mm capture," says Schawn Belston, Executive Vice President, Media and Library Services at Twentieth Century Fox, who supervised the restoration. "FotoKem's 8K scanning and complimentary digital post resulted in a stunning digital version of this timeless classic, and made our new 4K restorations of The Sound of Music and Oklahoma! a perfect fit for the opening night screening slot at a festival as prestigious as TCM's." FotoKem, which provides digital workflow and creative finishing solutions, and continues to operate one of the last motion picture laboratories in the United States, has been providing skillful restoration and preservation services for decades. Their expertise in the entire post production process makes the facility uniquely positioned to restore and deliver 65mm sourced images to today's audiences. "We're honored to have been entrusted with the job of digitizing and restoring the The Sound of Music," says FotoKem's Andrew Oran. "This 50-year-old film comes alive today in a whole new way - with a vividness and emotional impact that arguably exceeds even its original release - because of its 65mm pedigree, and the great care we've taken throughout the post process to honor that unique, ultra-high quality source." For the restoration of The Sound of Music, Oran and his team began by creating the highest quality 65mm intermediate film components possible on the facility's re-engineered 65mm contact printers. Next, those film elements were digitized at 8K on the 65mm IMAGICA scanner. FotoKem colorist Mark Griffith mastered the film from re-scaled 4K files, utilizing powerful digital tools to address quality issues present in the sourced material, such as flicker and variable color fading. "At FotoKem, we employ many of these same restoration tools and techniques on 65mm originated images week in and week out for new Hollywood features, giant screen documentaries, and theme park attractions," adds Oran. "Working with 65mm requires precision, whether the images are new or old. Whatever the vintage, we consider it our duty to retain the intentions of the original filmmakers." FotoKem is a sponsor of the 2015 TCM Classic Film Festival, which runs March 26-29. The golden anniversary of the film's premiere launched March 2 in the UK, and March 10 in the U.S. with the release of the 5-disc Ultimate Collector's Edition 50th Anniversary Blu-ray/DVD/Digital HD, which features over 13 hours of bonus content. Additionally, through a Fox partnership with Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies, the restored film will also be shown for two days only, April 19 and 22, in over 500 theatres across the U.S. For more information about FotoKem, visit www.fotokem.com. For details about the TCM Classic Film Festival, go to http://filmfestival.tcm.com.
  18. This is perhaps a stupid question, but I'm not an electrical engineer nor a computer programmer so I was hoping perhaps someone on here can shine some light on this. The new Black Magic Ursa's selling point is that it's going to be upgradable so it will (theoretically) never go obsolete. I know the sensor can be changed out. For example, if some day 6K becomes the next "big thing", many people assume you're just going to be able to purchase a 6k sensor for an upgrade. But is it really that simple? I would imagine if you upgrade the sensor, you would have to upgrade the processing power for the upgraded resolution and I see nothing mentioned about that. Any thoughts? It sounds too good to be true, as It reminds me of another company that promised a modular upgrade system that never ended up that way.
  19. Panasonic has announce a new 4K/2K micro-four-thirds 12-bit progressive scan sensor capable of 30fps but also offers a high speed mode of 240fps / 481fps at an unspecified resolution. Panasonic’s ν Maicovicon also has on-chip down-scaling to 1080 and 720. Perhaps the rumored GH4 will be a GH4K. :) http://www.semicon.panasonic.co.jp/ds8/c3/IS00006AE.pdf
  20. Hello fellow cinematographers and film makers! If I could borrow 3,750 frames at 24fps of your time to review my new reel on my website listed below. It would mean a great deal to me if you could offer some critique afterward. I'm in the middle of a huge push to take my work and career to greater quality and new opportunities. I would be happy to return the favor. Thank you and happy shooting! Alex www.alexfuerst.com
  21. Hello fellow cinematographers and film makers! If I could borrow 3,750 frames at 24fps of your time to review my new reel. It would mean a great deal to me if you could offer some critique afterward. I'm in the middle of a huge push to take my work and career to greater quality and new opportunities. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. I would be happy to return the favor. Thank you and happy shooting! Alex www.alexfuerst.com
  22. Looking to buy RED Scarlet-X (in new or pristine condition) would prefer package deals but also will accept just brain as well.
  23. At the forthcoming BSC expo in London, Carey Duffy of Tiffen UK will screen the Tiffen 4K Diffusion tests I shot for them late last year. The tests consisted of a series of simple comparisons between every brand of Diffusion filter Tiffen currently offer and serve as an excellent reference. Designed in conjunction with Steven Poster ASC the test is a simple, but very effective, starting point for a Cinematographer to compare the effect of Tiffens range of Diffusion filters before selecting specific filters to test under their own lighting conditions. We wanted to keep as many of the parameters as simple and unbiased as possible. The light is soft but not too soft to allow us to see the effect of the filter. The half light allows us to judge contrast changes, the backlight and bare bulb allow us to see blooming. Similarly the Primo primes were chosen because I felt they were a). familiar to most Cinematographers worldwide and B). sat somewhere between Master Primes and Cooke S4's in terms of sharpnes and contrast and therefore would be a better lens to showcase the effect of the filter. Shot on a Panavisied Sony F55 in 4K the tests will be presented in 4K at events around the world over the coming months. I believe the idea is that eventually Panavision and Technicolor, who co-sponsored the tests, will have copies of the 4K DCP as reference for projection in facilites around the world, so speak to your local Panavision/Technicolor rep for details, or contact Tiffen directly. For my tastes the current generation of 4K+ cameras are just too sharp, especially when projected at 4K, so for me I cant see myself shooting without some form of filtration either infront of, or behind, the lens, especially if I think the project will be projecting in 4K. I also think a lot of the diffusion filters give the image some texture, something I find lacking in most digital images. It'll be interesting to see how many people feel the same way and perhaps we'll see a resurgence in the use of Diffusion over the coming years. Regardless, these tests should still be a very useful reference for us over the next few years so keep an eye out for them. There's a few BTS images and brief video here along with a few other notes on the tests http://stephenmurphydop.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/notes-on-tiffen-4k-diffusion-tests.html
  24. I have developed a new HD Plug-n-Play Pkg. that enables the paralleling of two Honda EU6500 inverter generators to generate 100 Amps of power. A complete system consists of two modified Honda EU6500s, a Paralleling Control Box, and one of our Transformer/Distros (either 60- or 84- Amp.) Parallel operation of two Honda EU6500 generators made possible by our new Paralleling Control Box) The generators require modification to interface with our standard Paralleling Control Box, which syncs the frequency and equalizes the load between the generators. Our proprietary paralleling control circuitry uses the Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) of the generator's inverters to control the load sharing. The phase angles of the two generators are synchronized using open loop architecture. The final function of our control box is to switch the outputs of the inverters to a common bus after their frequencies are locked in step (same phase angle and time base.) 
(As demonstrated here, our new HD Plug-n-Play Paralleling System can power a 6K HMI as well as 2-2k and 2-1k Fresnels) To provide power that is readily accessible in industry standard outlets, our Paralleling Control Box is outfitted with both a 240V Bates receptacle, as well as a "Hollywood Style" 240V Twist-lock receptacle. The 240V Bates pocket is there to power larger HMIs than has ever been possible before on Hondas (4k - 9k ARRIMAXs.) The "Hollywood Style" 240V Twist-lock receptacle is there to supply power to either our 60- or 84- Amp Transformer/Distro. The Transformer/Distro serves several important functions in this system that enables two EU6500s to be paralleled (use this link for details), but its' primary function is to step-down the combined 240V output of the two generators into a single large 120V circuit (either 60- or 84- Amps) that is capable of powering more small lights, larger 120V lights (5-10k Quartz) than has ever been possible before on portable Hondas. Each of our Transformer/Distros is likewise outfitted with an industry standard 120V Bates receptacle so that you can use standard distro equipment, like Bates Siameses, Extensions, and Break-Out boxes to distribute power around your set, breaking out to U-Ground Edison Outlets where ever needed. Our 60A Transformer/Distro provides 120V power to smaller lights while a 6K HMI operates at 240V) 
 An added benefit to using a Transformer/Distro to distribute the combined power of the two generators is that, no matter where you plug into the Transformer/Distro on its' secondary side, it automatically balances the load on the generator's two legs (which is critical for successful paralleling of two machines – use this link for details.) This feature also makes electrical distribution on set incredibly simple: you just plug in lights until one of the generator's load indicators reads 6000 Watts and the Transformer/Distro does the rest. But, the most important benefit to be gained by using a Transformer/Distro, the one that makes it possible to parallel two EU6500s in the first place, is that it isolates the generators from high neutral return currents that can lead to dangerous neutral “cross-current” between the two generators that can overheat their inverters (use this link for more details.) By reducing the dangerous neutral “cross-current” created by two generators operating in parallel, our Transformer/Distros make it possible to operate more lights, or larger lights, on portable Hondas than has ever been possible before. Given the high sensitivity of HD camera systems these days, just about all the light you will need to obtain good production values can now be operated on our new HD Plug-n-Play Pkg. (use this link for more details.) Contact me if you want to retro-fit your Honda EU6500 for parallel operation without modification. Guy Holt, Gaffer, ScreenLight & Grip, Lighting Rental & Sales in Boston
  25. Hi There, I would like to share with you my first job as a DOP. This was a short film for the BFI 48hours SCI FI Challenge. We where given a title, an action and a line of dialogue on Saturday morning around 11am and had 48 hours to finish. The film was filmed, edited, scripted and finished in 48 hours. This short was filmed using a Blackmagic Production 4K Camera with 13 Prime Canon EF lenses ranging from 8mm to 300mm. Let me know your thoughts... Enjoy it.
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