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  • #16
    Originally posted by Logan Gee View Post
    What lens is that on the back cam? Anyone know?
    My guess is that it is the Samyang 7.5mm M4/3 Fisheye?
    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...C_Fisheye.html

    There's another photo on their FB page that kind of looks similar. I'm trying to think of other lenses that have a red ring around them (Looks too small to be a Canon L Series or Cine Lens)
    10171006_10152144693293224_1378212456726629367_n.jpg

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    • #17
      I do not think RED is in the spirit of film at all.

      It has it's own look.

      edited: horrible typing at work on my phone...
      Last edited by Sarlacc; 01-08-2015, 10:41 PM.

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      • #18
        Agreed, but it doesn't take a lot to get it 'there'.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by kiliksun View Post
          And there's no doubt Sony and Panasonic put out amazing images. It's just a different aesthetic. We'll be shooting a training dvd (pool) soon and we opted for the gh4 because of that exact reason.
          With this...it depends on the Sony camera...Panavision Genesis, F25/35, and F65 are very filmic to me. The Fs700, F5/55, etc is much more HD than film. Really depends on which team of white lab coats Sony sticks on the project.

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          • #20
            It looks as if the Mythbusters team are going to be utilizing both the BMPCC and the FS700 (I'm sure a Sony user will correct me there) as well as GoPro's for the next season of their show.

            The next time I have a client complain that my camera "doesn't look big enough to be pro" I'll remind them that a respected TV show use them to shoot their episodes, and now that major Hollywood films also use them as B-cams.
            -|- BMPCC - GH2 - G6 -|- Tascam DR40 - HTDZ 320a - Rode Videomic - Shure PG58 - Azden EX503 -|-
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