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Started by Kami07, February 07, 2024, 12:07:35 AM
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Quote from: a.sintes on February 07, 2024, 05:59:34 AMAs stated by The Creator DP team itself, the fuzz about the Sony FX3 is just unbelievable: the decision was mostly driven by a practical question of size and freedom of movement, the camera being maybe the less important ingredient to create a "cinematic movie" if you consider the whole equation "scenario+talents+production design+lighting+lens+camera+postprod".Then think about how good a FX3 is compared to the cameras used to shoot movies in the last 50 years and imagine what Spielberg would have done back then with any potatoe cam or an iPhone...So if you got 4K$ left you'd better invest them in good locations, costumes, lighting or maybe lenses if you want to achieve a "cinematic" movie.Note anyway the biggest difference between any ML-augmented camera and the FX3 is the reliability: ML is basically a hack, meaning you WILL struggle with unexpected camera stops, limited compatibility with external monitors and recorders, limited focus capabilities, a painful post-production workflow due to MLV format, card spanning etc.The main difference between a feature film and a short being money and time: it's ok to spend time with technical issues and to workaround limitations when alone without external/money pressure but barely possible when dealing with a full team of 50+ people and deadlines.
Quote from: a.sintes on February 07, 2024, 08:55:39 AMNote anyway there are already a bunch of feature films shot partially or entirely using a Canon EOS (generallly the 5D mark II or III, the latter being able to record 4K RAW 14bits, which is more than the FX3) and ML, e.g. Rubbershotonwhat is a great resource to find out: 5D2, 5D3Get creative with your mind, a camera is just a camera and ML is just software.
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