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  • #16
    Wow. All the detail in the world can be seen. Very beautiful images and great subject. The close ups are amazing. The first wide shot is my favorite.
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...3301810&type=3

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    • #17
      Originally posted by RyGuy View Post
      Anyone notice a color shift at 0:39? Looks like it could be a masking/CG oops?
      I watched the same thing a few times; couldn't figure it out. Background was stable; could it have been a compression artifact?
      Randy Walters
      boundlessinformant.com

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Jake Hellbach View Post
        WOW the girl is beautiful.
        Thanks for shooting her with such an awesome camera.
        Internet: "Wow look at those hooohaaaas!"

        Film Guy: "Wow those Hoooohaaass really look great with that lighting and 4:2:2 color gradation and slight S -curve applied."

        Story of my life.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by RyGuy View Post
          Anyone notice a color shift at 0:39? Looks like it could be a masking/CG oops?
          I noticed after you mentioned. I think its just Vimeo-they have a general problem with color shift especially with FCPx

          EDIT: I don't think its anything to be worried about.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Kingswell View Post
            I noticed after you mentioned. I think its just Vimeo-they have a general problem with color shift especially with FCPx

            EDIT: I don't think its anything to be worried about.
            Yah, that looks like a color grading or vimeo bug. I don't see how a camera can make those kinds of issues. I'm sure John can confirm this by looking at the raw (prores) footage

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            • #21
              nice!
              https://vimeo.com/daviddominguez

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              • #22
                the best yet
                J.Davis
                jdMAX.com

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                • #23
                  Just played it on the 50" Plasma, looks terrific. The DR speaks for itself, but I love the amount of detail the image holds onto in the wide shots - 220Mb/s has its perks!

                  Also pleasantly surprised by the subject isolation you can get with the T/2 of the CP.2s, I was expecting it to be a bit more limited than that.

                  Thanks for posting JB!

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                  • #24
                    ah but you know what sucks about pretty footage? all the haters go into hiding.
                    Darren Levine

                    he shoots, he edits, he frequently rants
                    http://mediahalo.com/p/dlevine

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                    • #25
                      Love to know how long the slider was. I love it but it shows that any camera is only part of a well thought out ecosystem that makes the camera seem great. Not knocking the BMCC but saying it shows what a great DOP John is.
                      Last edited by Philip Lipetz; 07-26-2012, 07:39 PM.

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                      • #26
                        i guess that BMCC will not be so good in low light :/

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Slim Belhiba View Post
                          i guess that BMCC will not be so good in low light :/
                          oh joy finally a hater!

                          care to explain your assumption mr hater?

                          im just pullin your leg, but do want to know what you based your statement off of
                          Darren Levine

                          he shoots, he edits, he frequently rants
                          http://mediahalo.com/p/dlevine

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                          • #28
                            Footage looks GREAT. Didn't see any color shift on my monitors.....
                            // Aaron

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Slim Belhiba View Post
                              i guess that BMCC will not be so good in low light :/
                              Not entirely sure what this statement has to do with a sequence shot in daylight...

                              Given that it's native ISO is 800, if you throw some < f/2.0 glass on it, I think you'd be pleasantly surprised.

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                              • #30
                                Awesome stuff! The Vimeo compression makes it really tough to judge noise though :/
                                -Michael Beck

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