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Selling my Blackmagic Ursa 4.6K EF bought 15 months ago in Prague official dealer Syntex.cz package which includes: Blackmagic Design Ursa Mini 4.6K EF original Blackmagic Shoulder Kit original Blackmagic Viewfinder original Blackmagic VLock Battery Plate 2x Transcend CFX650 128GB CFast 2.0 Lexar CFast memory card reader 2x Rolux 160Wh battery Rolux battery charger Sony VTC-14 style camera plate - unbranded SmallRig rossete cheeseplate 2x carbon rods 1620 Pelicase I ask 6500,- USD Dropbox file with pictures: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rtxgypjmk9a3uhg/AACxc9iwzFiLVFmdM5_l2y0la?dl=0 Camera is currenty sitting in Prague Czech republic and I am willing to sell it woldwide. Ask me for more information or Dng from camera
I've began taking this camera out and testing it in a variety of uncontrolled conditions. I have also been using it on an upcoming short film entitled "The Towns We Lived In". Take a look at some of the test footage which I have been shooting and let me know what you think. I have been using Canon Zooms and Zeiss Contax glass. But I will hopefully be testing other lenses on it soon.
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!)
Hey Guys, I'm an aspiring cinematographer and I am wondering how best to spend my money to invest in this field. At first, I was dead sent on buying on new camera (looking at the A7s II or the Ursa Mini); however, I have now begun to consider investing in lighting equipment, and opting to rent a camera whenever the need arises. Basically I'm torn: For $3,000 I could buy just a camera body, or I could get an Arri lighting package (x2 150w, 300w, 650w, 1k) and two 4' 2-bank kino lights w/ ballasts off of Ebay. My questions are: Can anyone provide insight into what would be the best and most beneficial course of action? I also have another question based off of the Kino lights: is the output of a 4' 2-bank Kino the same as the output of a 2' 4-bank Kino? What are the benefits to either or? Lastly, is there a better investment I could make that isn't a camera or lighting equipment? Thanks again, and any insight will be greatly appreciated! -Sam