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Share Your Videos / 5.7k 5DIII with vintage lenses
« on: April 28, 2017, 07:28:12 PM »
Hello all, I've been playing around with the new 3k/4k/5k options a lot and I wanted to see how my older lenses held up. I drove up into the mountains and grabbed a few shots around sunset just testing different things out, trying to push the camera as much as I could. All of it was shot in the new full res liveview mode at 5.7k, 7.5fps, 14bit lossless, 2.35 crop. It was very stable, only had to restart the camera once. I suspect the waveform monitor was using too many resources so after disabling that things were fine.

Lenses used:
Zeiss Jena Flektogon 35mm f2.4
Helios 44-4m 58mm f2
Nikkor 180mm ED Ai-S
Rokinon 14mm T3.1 Cine (not vintage but an inexpensive lens that I like a lot).

I also wanted to see how well this would perform for grabbing b-roll as a 2nd camera on shoots with the A camera is something that shoots 4k natively. So far I'm very pleased.




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Share Your Videos / 5 Axis Timelapse
« on: February 08, 2017, 09:49:21 PM »
These were recorded over a 1 week period around the Trona Pinnacles and surrounding areas of Death Valley and the Mojave. It was mostly to test the rig I built but damn if they didn't come out nice. As you may notice it's hard to resist using an oil lantern in each shot.
Most of them were recorded on my IR modified 6D with a 14mm Rokinon T3.1, a few others were done with my 5D and various other lenses. Magic Lantern and LRTimelapse were used for the day/night transitions. First time using LRTimelapse, what a treat. Still need to get better at the holy grail, especially when I'm pointing into the sun.
Music was done by me farting around with LMMS.


And here is a slow boring video showing off how the rig works.

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Started making this web series as a way to practice narrative work with a couple of friends in the high desert who had nothing better to do. First time shooting in ML RAW and I must say I can't go back! I think my favorite part is being unable to instantly play back the footage (at least in a satisfying way), helps me focus on paying attention to the scene rather than staring at a screen.

Shot on my 6D with a few different lenses, mainly a Kiron 24mm and a Nikkor 50mm. A few with a Rokinon 14mm. Converted to dng with raw2cdng and then into DNxHD 444 in resolve. Editing in Premiere and graded with Speedgrade (always wanted to try it, has some really handy tools but I probably won't go back. Too buggy)

This was shot over two days and edited in my spare time over the last week.

Vulgar language and incredibly stupid plot.


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