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  1. For sale this 19.5-95 zoom lens with not one single blemish or scratch on the body and some minor imperceptible rubs on front element. This lens just came from Angenieux where it got overhauled to their absolute specs. Save $15k+ from new. In LA, covers Arri's Open Gate. Comes with Heden bracket, case and 3 different size posts for lens support. Some important points; Zoom Ratio: 4.7X Focal Length: 19.5 - 94 mm Aperture f/2.4 – T2.6 Close Focus: 2 ft - 0.5 in – 0.62 m Internal Focus: Yes Image Coverage: S35+: 31.4 mm diagonal Weight (approx.): 12.3 lbs – 5.6 kg Length: 335 mm (PL) 330 mm (Panavision) Front Diameter: 136 mm Price $36,500.00 More pictures available upon request
  2. Hello, I'm interested in hearing from people who've shot with the Venice. I have a shoot coming up and might use it. I've heard great things and saw Claudio Miranda's tests which looked great (maybe that has something to do with the DP though :) ). I love the dual ISO and 1 stop ND increments. To utilize full frame I know you need the R7 recorder which makes it quite the load. Doesn't seem like this would work on gimbals. But it sounds like its a completely new sensor which should be a good thing i'm guessing. Thoughts? Michael
  3. Dear colleagues, you can already download from the IMAGO page the test we carried out with the Venice camera, SIGMA, LEICA and Kowa anamorphic lenses. http://www.imago.org/index.php/technical/item/752-venice-test.html I hope that will be interest of you. Best regards Alfonso Parra AEC, ADFC www.alfonsoparra.com Tel Spain 34 639109309 Tel Colombia 57 311 5798776
  4. A short historic film on 1981 Venice , CA.
  5. Hi All, I'm shooting a TVC on Sony Venice next week, and have been looking for Sekonic / X-Rite exposure charts for S-log3.cine, preferably in both Native ISO's so that I can load the data into my Sekonic L758-Cine light meter. Does anyone have any good sources for this? Cheers, Lewis Jelley Cinematographer T: +44 (0)2920 251 255 M: +44 (0)7929 174 457 13 Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff, CF10 5EE http://stormandshelter.com Lewis Jelley Cinematographer T: +44 (0)2920 251 255 M: +44 (0)7929 174 457 13 Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff, CF10 5EE http://stormandshelter.com
  6. Hey there, this is my very first contribution to the forum - forgive and correct me if I am doing something wrong. Two weeks ago I had the chance to take a Sony Venice out and shoot a part of a short film on it. Sony kindly let me and my team test it out. Now we are rendering proxies for our film editor, and weird stuff happened. On some of the 6k X-OCN St footage that I processed through Davinci Resolve 14, colors went really odd. I mean, really odd. Skin is grey and blue, purple is green, yellow is purple-green-blue-noise. I attach a file to give you an impression of how the picture should look (lelft) and how it does after transcoding (right). It does look fine before the transcode. Rendered proxies are 2k DNxHR SQ files. Solution was to turn off "Force Debayer to highest quality". But this only worked for the CameraRAW Decode Quality set to "Full Res - Sony" instead of "Full Res - Resolve". First: Why are there two choices (Resolve + Sony Debayer)? I read something about that on one of the very first Venice talks on CML, but it still is an issue. Second: Why does this happen? It may be a new thing considering Venice hasn't been around for that long. Third: Why does "Force Debayer to highest quality" have an effect at all when debayering already happens with Sony's algorithm in Full Res? Maybe Resolve 15 handles it better - but I can't upgrade due to a job right now. Upgrade will happen next month. Kind Regards, David Seul P.S.: I've mistaken .net with .com - sorry, but perhaps I still reach some of the people that are interested in the topic.
  7. Alfonso Parra

    Venice test

    Dear colleagues, in the link you can see the tests we did with the VENICE camera in Cartagena de Indias in Colombia. In Cinegear I will comment my experience during the shooting with the camera. DATE: Saturday June 2, 2018 TIME: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm LOCATION: Screening Room 5 I hope it's of your interest. Best regards Alfonso Parra AEC, ADFC www.alfonsoparra.com
  8. Hello all, I am Ivan from switzerland, this is my first post on the forum. I've been folowing for quite some time now and I am always eager to recieve constructive critic on my work so do not esitate to comment or give your impression, it will be much appreciated. Sharing my latest work, kind of "memory scape" on the city of Venice. One man crew. Shot on Dragon with Lovely LEICA-R Lenses, tripod, slider or hand-held. Thanks for watching :-) http://vimeo.com/129346620
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