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Working with the PS Cam X35 – 750fps slow motion. By Sebastian Wöber (02:06)

Posted by Sebastian Wöber  on January 19, 2014 • 

 

"The PS Cam X35 is a camera few people are aware of, even though it was for a long time among the more affordable cameras to shoot up to 750fps (1500fps via paid upgrade). It has been around since 2011 when it was introduced at IBC and still there’s hardly any information available about it. Let’s change that.


For the day of religious liberty I thought it is appropriate to publish this clip I shot on the PS Cam X35 last year and share the experience. I will not call this writeup a “review” because it was my first attempt at high speed shooting and there are several unlucky things that got in the way. I will mention these in the hopes that others might be better prepared.

 

So what’s this camera about?"

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> Calibrate That Display! < But do it with Alexis Van Hurkman

> Calibrate That Display! < But do it with Alexis Van Hurkman | imagery | Scoop.it

Posted by Alexis Van Hurkman  on January 19, 2014 • 

 

"One of the most frequently asked questions I’ve gotten over the years is “I’m planning on using a plasma display for color critical monitoring, but I’m not sure how to calibrate it.” I’ve been putting off answering this question for months, as the answer has, until recently, been a bit more complicated then I’ve wanted it to be. However, recent developments – specifically the release of DaVinci Resolve 10 – have dramatically simplified this process, making LUT calibration easier then it’s ever been for small shops.

 

In this article, I’m going to illustrate the process of automated LUT calibration using the particular software and hardware combination that I’ve been working with:"

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