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  1. Selling my lovely, maxed-out Sony F3. You won’t find a better version of this camera anywhere - this unit has both the RGB 4:4:4 upgrade (for 10-bit 4:4:4 uncompressed output) and Element Technica’s amazing body armour modification, which strips away all of the handycam-style nonsense of the original F3, and turns the camera into an incredibly solid and genuinely production-friendly machine. They called this thing the “Baby Alexa” for a reason, with full 4:4:4 colour subsampling, huge dynamic range, and incredible low-light performance (due to its massive photosites), when you pair it with an external recorder, you get fantastic images in 1080p up to 60fps. I’ve been using it as a B-camera to my Alexa for the last few years, and it’s kinda remarkable how well the image from the Sony keeps up. It’s been very well looked after and is in great condition, with a low 677 hours on the body. The baseplate also includes a rear 15mm LWS rod clamp (not pictured) for mounting a v-lock plate or other accessories. It has a great set of built-in pre-amps, so for documentary interviews, or corporate shoots where you need to run sound into the camera as well, it really works a treat. So if you’re after a cheap, but powerful S35mm camera, with the reliability that Sony’s Cinealta cameras always deliver, and don’t want to deal with the mess and complexity of the mirrorless cameras, this might be of interest to you. Looking for $3,200 AUD (ex. GST) / $2,400 USD Located in Melbourne, Australia, but happy to ship worldwide.
  2. Shot at 320 ISO. Look at the pink/blue lit wall in the background. Why am I getting this color banding. I would think it should be very clean here at these settings. https://christeebo.screenlight.tv/shares/kbwUZO7hQjCQevbijPOSsZkEgfKgnU6u
  3. 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
  4. I'm planning to shoot my next film, "Self Help" on DVX100B, Andromeda, Reel Stream, 4:4:4. I bough a barely used gear from a Texas based production comany that went bust. No idea how to use it but I have a manual. That's a start :) Anyway if there are any DP's out there that can share their experience or give advice then that would be well appreciated. When the time comes we'll be looking for a DP but until now I just wanted to shoot some tests before I decide to shoot the film on andro instead of S16mm Aaton. Here's a photo of it: http://www.ivan-samuel.com/apps/blog/show/42844741-camera-choice-for-self-help- Ta!
  5. I'm planning to shoot my next film, "Self Help" on DVX100B, Andromeda, Reel Stream, 4:4:4. I bough a barely used gear from a Texas based production comany that went bust. No idea how to use it but I have a manual. That's a start :) Anyway if there are any DP's out there that can share their experience or give advice then that would be well appreciated. When the time comes we'll be looking for a DP but until now I just wanted to shoot some tests before I decide to shoot the film on andro instead of S16mm Aaton. Here's a photo of it: http://www.ivan-samu...-for-self-help- Ta!
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