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Blackmagic Cinema Camera, Sony FS100, and Canon 5D Mark II Face off in a Hair and Skin Tone Test. By Joe Marine (03:14)

Posted by Joe Marine on January 17, 2013 • 

 

"Color is just about the most subjective aspect of any visual creation. Everyone sees color a little differently, so it’s no surprise that we talk endlessly about color science and about which cameras we prefer. Certain looks are too much for some people, and others are not enough. Blackmagic spent a great deal of time developing their color science with Australian Director of Photography John Brawley, and I think working with an actual shooter in developing their camera has made a significant difference in the visuals of the final product. Adam Roberts got a hold of the BMCC and performed a thorough test to compare the camera’s skin tones to that of the FS100 and the Mark II. Click through to check it out."

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color tests on some high-end cinema cams...

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Is the Canon C100 Currently the Best Fully-Featured Budget Filmmaking Camera? By Joe Marine (5 videos)

Is the Canon C100 Currently the Best Fully-Featured Budget Filmmaking Camera? By Joe Marine (5 videos) | FASHION & LIFESTYLE! | Scoop.it

Posted by Joe Marine on December 24, 2012 • 

 

"The Canon C100 is an interesting addition to the Cinema EOS line. Available for about a month now, the camera spec-wise falls right in line with the Sony FS100, except it has ND filters and isn’t capable of anything higher than 30fps. It’s designed to be a budget camera from Canon — as it’s basically a shrunken C300with a different internal codec — but it’s more than twice as expensive as the nearest somewhat-affordable and high-quality DSLRs, the Canon 5D Mark III and the Nikon D800. Many have now gotten their hands on one, so let’s take a look at some of the results, and check out some more real-world footage examples."

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Canon 1D-C 4k test. By Ben Silberfarb (03:00)

Posted by Dan Havlik on January 15, 2013 • 

 

(...) "Shot at 4k. Pans and zooms done in post. Neutral picture profile - no Canon log, no color correction, straight from camera into Premiere Pro, edited at 4k, then exported to 1080p, then Vimeo/YouTube compression (which kills images). Regardless, I really like this camera! Love the latitude to zoom and pan! With c-log I'm getting approx. 12.5 stops of range."

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