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  1. This SmallHD 702 Bright is brand new and in the box. The box has never been opened. As such the monitor is still covered under SmallHD's warranty. The 702 Bright is an incredibly bright, on camera, monitor that allows camera operators or 1st ACs to see the screen in daylight without a sun-hood. Which if you've ever tried pulling focus off of a Shogun, or some such monitor/recorder that has a really low nit count, in the daylight it's a disaster. The 702 has really convenient features that make life on set a lot easier. In addition to the brightness the 702 natively takes Sony BP style batteries as well as Canon LP-E6 batteries. The 702 is also able to receive SDI and put out through HDMI, or vice versa, if you ever had that need. In a lot of ways it's a really versatile monitor that's worth taking a look at. The highlights of this monitor are as follows. Specs:*7" Daylight Viewable 1080p Display *1000 cd/m² Brightness *1000:1 Contrast; 179° Viewing angle *HD-SDI and HDMI Inputs and Outputs *Dual L-Series and LP-E6 Battery Support
  2. How exactly is the 1080p achieved in this camera? Is it downscaled in camera from the 4k like a hardware downscale? Or is it some complicated in camera magic happening?
  3. I have some questions about how Blu-ray Disc video differs from VOD available on various streaming services. What are the main differences between a Blu-ray video and a video from any of the streaming-services ones? What changes the most? Is it the amount of colours? Is contrast lower? How much less sharp are the streaming videos? Do the same differences apply whether it be 1080p HD content vs. Blu-ray or the 4K UHD Blu-rays and UHD streaming? Are there any differences in quality between various streaming services? Is the same film on, for example, Amazon Video in the same format and of the same quality as it is on Netflix? Are the codecs used by various streaming Web sites the same? For example, I see that Vimeo, YouTube, and iTunes Store use H.264. If both a Blu-ray Disc and a streaming service use H.264, why is streaming video of lower quality? I presume it’s because of the compression scheme. Are the compression schemes all the same on various VOD Web sites? So a single-layer Blu-ray Disc can contain up to 25 GB of data and the dual-layer one 50. If you were the download a 1080p streaming video, how much storage would it occupy? Is the problem with the difference in quality a problem of internet speeds or does it lie somewhere else? A Blu-ray Disc can have a bitrate of up to 40 Mbps. What are the bitrate of streaming services? What kind of speeds will you need for uninterrupted, smooth streaming of 4K UHD video? Or, more generally, how do you calculate the speed needed for a content with a particular resolotion, given that this will change a lot in the future? Will we eventually have even the true Blu-ray Disc audio experience in streaming, too? Will streaming services eventually replace Blu-ray Discs and what are some of the things that need to happen for that to occur? I forgot a lot of what I was going to ask, and one thread got lost when I accidentally shut down my browser, but I think I’ve managed to recover the gist of what I was going for.
  4. A great 1080p cinema camera with PL lens mount and lots of great features. Listed on Ebay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/222065320662 Starting bid: $1,300 Buy Now: $1,800 I've shot numerous broadcast television commercials with this camera that aired both internationally and nationally, as well as theatrically. I've posted some images from a few shoots that had no additional lighting so you can see the quality. It has truly been a asset for my career and hope it can be a good asset for whatever needs you may have. The reason I'm listing it at a fairly low price is it has been very well used and shows plenty of signs of wear. The image is still great and I most recently used it last month as a second camera on a fashion web series for Target. My main purpose for selling it is I don't use it much anymore (Have a Sony PMW-F5 now). Included: Sony PMW-F3 Camera 2 Sony Batteries (BP-U60 & BP-U30) 1 Battery Charger 1 32 Gb SxS Memory Card. S-log firmware upgrade (already installed w/ original cost $900) 1 Stereo mic (came with the camera) 1 Microphone mount Camera Specs: With PL Mount Adapter 35mm Cine Lens Compatibility 1920 x 1080 HD, Native 23.98p & 24PsF MPEG-2 Long GOP 1080/720, Interlace/Progressive Modes S-Log Gamma/LUT Workflow 12.5-Stop Dynamic Range Dual-Link RGB 4:4:4 HD-SDI Output Genlock, Timecode (2) SxS Memory Card Slots
  5. Hey Guys, I came across some 94 min HDSR stock that was getting liquidated. These have never been recorded on and came factory sealed. I've marked them way below market price ($40 off), and they are shipped by Amazon via my online store. Amazon link here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006C0UUX4 Please pass the word if you know anyone looking for these. Thanks and have a nice day :D
  6. 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#
  7. I have a clean, well maintained, ready to shoot Sony PMW-EX3 Pro HD camera for sale with a few extras. It's an excellent run and gun camera that is inexpensive to operate. The Sony pop on batteries are inexpensive, light and efficient compared to bricks. I've used inexpensive fast SD cards with the included SxS to SD card adapters and they work great. A 16GB card holds about 50 min. at full 1080p and costs only $17 at B&H. You can use Nikon, or other lenses, with a Nikon to Sony mount adapter, or use the included Sony power zoom which is plenty good to get work done. I am the sole owner/operator. I've never rented it, nor let anyone else touch or even breathe on it. :) $2800 See photos and more details at http://www.prairiepictures.com/gear.html Thanks! Martin
  8. please check out my Ebay listing. Feel free to contact me at anytime if you have any questions. http://cgi.ebay.com/...em=281055473046 thanks, Mike
  9. please check out my Ebay listing. Feel free to contact me at anytime if you have any questions. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=281055473046 thanks, Mike
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