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  1. Hi everyone, I wanted to get some opinions on what some of your favourite monitors to use on camera are? I am in the middle of researching which monitor would be best for future proofing and using on commercial sets and run and gun documentary type style projects while filming exteriors and interiors. There are a few features I am looking for: Above 1,000 Nits (for using on bright exterior days) HDMI & SDI input & output Colour accurate Offers Waveforms, false colour, histograms, selection of aspect ratios, etc Preferably between 5inch and 7 inch moni
  2. Good day forum, Is there any resources(e.g.case studies, videos, books, websites...etc) that demonstrate professional image acquisition workflow (from set to dailies), covering practice and equipment used in the process. I found the below so far: Capturing the Shot: Fundamentals, Tools, Techniques, and Workflows for Digital Cinematography The Filmmaker’s Guide to Digital Imaging: for Cinematographers, Digital Imaging Technicians, and Camera Assistants DITs and Data Management for Features, TV and Commercials
  3. Hey all, I have a project coming up similar to "Carpool Karaoke". For safety/repeatability we'll be using a tow rig. I'm wondering if people have experience/advice on camera monitoring solutions? Right now I'm thinking we'll use Canon 5DMKIII's in cages with HDMI Teradek's mounted sending signal to the production vehicle and use a Decimator or a Black Magic quad viewer to a single monitor. Is there a more light weight or smarter solution? (I'm pretty opposed to go pros). Anything I might be missing? Any experience/advice is much appreciated! Thanks!
  4. Hi everybody, scrolling through the alexa menu I saw items that I'm not sure what the are. - in the recording/rec out menu I see SCAN FORMAT, with the possibility of choosing between P or PSF. What is the difference between them? - in the same menu I also see HD-SDI FORMAT with the possibility of choosing between 422 1.5 SL/DL, 422 3G SL, 444 1.5G DL and 444 3G DL/SL. While I know that 422/444 have to do with the color sampling I have no idea what 1.5G and 3G mean, and same with SL/DL - in the MONITORING/MON OUT menu I see scan format and the options are P or PSF? Is this the exact
  5. New Addition to Charger Line Features Compact, Low Profile Design (SHELTON, CT) Anton/Bauer(r) - a Vitec Group brand and premier provider of battery, charging and monitoring technologies for the broadcast, film and video industries - has announced the launch of their new LP Performance Charger Series. An addition to the Performance Charger Series, which was introduced at NAB 2014, the LP Performance Chargers deliver the fastest possible charging sequence in a compact form factor. Available in two configurations, the LP Performance Chargers complement Anton/Bauer's Digital Batteries and Logi
  6. Hey everyone, I'm looking into the whole shooting on 35 mm 2 perf thing right now for my first "professional" short movie, and what scared me mostly about 35 mm was not being able to really see what's being shot other than on a shitty quality video tap or assist, but I read here the other day someone talking about using an HD monitor and feed it the composite signal from the camera and having a much better quality, is this really possible? I read otherwise about the HD IVS by Arri but it seems ridiculously pricey, otherwise, it seems like the Penelope has actually a pretty decent, m
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