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Vincent Sweeney

New Ikonoskop footage posted

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As I said, that camera is an ergonomic nightmare. At the night scenes you can see all that micro shakes (plus the normal handheld shake of course) because of the awkward way you have to hold it.

 

Picture quality is hard to judge at Vimeo compression, but the skintones need some extra work.

 

Frank

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At the night scenes you can see all that micro shakes...

Perhaps the op was shivering in the cold?

 

The camera's diminutive form factor seems like it could accommodate any sort of handheld rig one might require for a stable shot. This camera is hardly more than an extended lens mount.

 

Who knows what level of CC they performed on that Vimeo clip, but a 12-bit raw CinemaDNG image will be very flexible in post and will allow extreme color manipulations with minimal image degradation.

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