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1080P RAW Video Now Possible on Canon 5D Mark III & Real Anamorphic Shooting with the New Hack. By Joe Marine (5 Videos)

1080P RAW Video Now Possible on Canon 5D Mark III & Real Anamorphic Shooting with the New Hack. By Joe Marine (5 Videos) | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Joe Marine on May 12, 2013 • 

 

"Not only do we have news that RAW video at 24fps is possible on the Canon 5D Mark III, but we now know it’s possible to get a full 1920 x 1080 image with 1000x speed cards. The first samples were possible by cropping the image to 1920 x 820, but g3gg0 from Magic Lantern has unlocked a way to get the entire image — the full 1920 x 1080. This makes the Mark III the first full-frame (36mm x 24mm) camera to shoot RAW video at 1080p. Also, now that we’re capable of getting really high-quality custom resolutions, a whole new world has potentially opened up for anamorphic shooting with the camera."

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Wow. That opens up a lot of potential for ameteurs and professionals!

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Canon Rumors: EOS 5D Mark III Firmware Coming April 30, 2013


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1080P is Better Than 4K (Or Why I Chose the Canon C100). By Ryan E. Walters

1080P is Better Than 4K (Or Why I Chose the Canon C100). By Ryan E. Walters | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Ryan E.Walters on May 3, 2013 • 

 

"After many years of owning a wide range of camera systems, including a RED ONE and an EPIC, I decided to sell it all and rent. So for the past three years I have been exclusively renting cameras on a per project basis, that is, until recently when I made the plunge and bought the Canon C100. Little did I know how many eyebrows and questions it would raise when I posted a picture on Facebook. Here is why I chose a 1080p, 4:2:0 camera over a 4k RAW camera.

 

Reason 1: It Is The Craftsperson, Not The Tool, That Matters

I am a firm believer that it is the talent behind the lens that matters most, not the camera. I want to surround myself with people and productions who value the craft more than the tech. When was the last time you hired a carpenter and asked what brand hammer he was using? Or what brush the painter used on the oil painting you bought? Or how about the contents of this blog — does it matter if I am writing it on a Mac, PC, iPhone, or Android?"

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