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  1. After the success of the original BozBMDFilm to Rec709 LUT for all Blackmagic Cinema Cameras, there were many requests from fellow filmmakers for a new Rec709 LUT for the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K (P4K). I had no intentions of creating one, but as I'm always looking for ways to simply my own work flow I thought, what the hell. Features: Custom Cine Curve Organic Color Values Balanced Saturation Preserved Shadow Detail Preserved Highlight Detail * Softer Highlight Roll Off Download Page: https://bulentozdemirfilms.wordpress.com/bozbmdfilm_p4k-to-rec709-lut/
  2. Not to be confused with a ‘stylized look' LUT – I created the BozBMDFilm_to_Rec709 Utility LUT to bring out the organic contrast and color values captured by the BMCC / BMPCC in Film LOG or RAW modes. In addition, the LUT strives to preserve highlight and shadow detail [with emphasis on softer highlight roll off] while safeguarding image quality and integrity. [RAW video by John Brawley] Though it's not free, It's still cheaper than a Golden Arches Meal and definitely worth a look even if it's just to see more examples of how the LUT works. Download Page: https://bulentozdemirfilms.wordpress.com/downloads/bmcc-bmpcc-bozbmdfilm-to-rec709-lut/
  3. Up for sale a BP3 and a BP5 kit, includes All Arri parts; Baseplate, Baseplate and Rods used a handful of times one is 15mm the other 19mm. $1,000.00. In LA buyer pays shipping
  4. NAB 2016 has not even started yet and competition is getting fierce! As Kinefinity announced two new cameras, the Terra 6K and Terra 5K. Wrote my views up on the top three low budget cameras with higher than 4K raw options (RED Raven vs URSA Mini 4.6K vs Kinefinity Terra 6K): http://ironfilm.co.nz/speculation-red-raven-vs-ursa-mini-4-6k-vs-kinefinity-terra-6k/ (.....and then I go into much more detail.... read the article!)
  5. This is a brand new Tiffen T1 IR filter meant to be used with cameras that face far red IR contamination when used with ND filters (Sony, Arri, Blackmagic Design). This filter is new and in factory condition with absolutely no defects, however the mylar bag has been cut open - the filter was never actually used or mounted in a matte box. Delivery includes the original factory packaging, including the protective cover. Local pickup is available in SoCal. $150+shipping - This is half price! PM me or reply to this thread to inquire about purchasing the filter. http://provideocoalition.com/aadams/aadams/story/tiffens_goes_into_production_on_t1_far_red_filter/ http://provideocoalition.com/aadams/story/arri_alexa_and_far_red_a_problem_thats_already_been_solved/
  6. "CaptainHook" DP'd a new music video shot using all of Blackmagic Design's cameras: A pre-release beta BMPC-4K, BMPCC pocket, and BMCC: For details, refer to the notes on the Vimeo page. -
  7. Marco Solorio has posted the 1st teaser trailer for his forthcoming documentary on BMW racing, shot using all of Blackmagic Design's cameras: A pre-release beta BMPC-4K, both BMCC-EF and BMCC-MFT (including using a B4 broadcast HD zoom lens), and BMPCC pocket cams: For details, refer to the info on Marco's Vimeo page. -
  8. At the start of the year I owned a Blackmagic Cinema Camera for a few months before selling it for various reasons. Produced a lovely image in ProRes, but I ended up using the money to travel etc. Recently though, I picked up a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera and a Panasonic 12-35mm F2.8 OIS lens and some bits and pieces. The image is much, much better than the 5D Mark III I was shooting with. It feels like I'm grading a poor man's raw, but it means I can cut and grade directly in Final Cut Pro X. I've been pushing it through FilmConvert with lovely results. So far in my unscientific testing, I've found that being about a stop over middle (while making sure to not clip what you don't want) gives very nice and subtle noise results. I'm picking up a Sekonic L308S meter soon so I'll be able to do some quantifiable testing with regards to middle grey, exposure and where to compensate for cleaner results. Here are some frames I posted through FilmConvert's Kodak Vision3 5207 emulation before I bought the plugin (hence the watermark). Some have grain enabled, some are clean. So far I'm as blown away with is as the BMCC 2.5K, especially given its price and size.
  9. To anyone here who uses DaVinci Resolve (full or Lite), you may be interested to know that version 9.1 was released today. The update includes retina support for Apple's Macbook, including the 15" Retina Macbook Pro. It also includes an enhancement for the CinemaDNG format, which is used by the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. The Resolve product manager has posted full details about the update to the Blackmagic forums, here: http://forum.blackma....php?f=3&t=4253 The update can be downloaded via the Blackmagic Support page: http://www.blackmagi...gn.com/support/
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