Posted by Matthew Allard on March 6, 2013 •
(...) "The KineRAW is an interesting camera. It has a very unique look that I can’t really explain. I like the grain and noise structure, and while it may not resolve as highly as some other cameras, I’m still amazed that a small company from China has been able to create such a low-cost RAW camera. It’s an incredibly easy camera to operate, and even though it was an engineering sample, it never once stopped working or had a single problem.
You need to use a IR ND filter with the camera, as we encountered a lot of IR pollution. The other I dislike about the KineRAW is the camera’s rolling shutter (jello effect). Luckily for this shoot we didn’t have a lot of fast camera movements so it isn’t really obvious."
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