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  • #46
    Originally posted by bmpcc_bel View Post
    About the super scale function of Resolve?
    Yes about supercale but I thought the point of the url you posted was more about footage from the BMMCC - and that footage looks so great.

    I commented...."and Shijan has been saying it all along" directly under your post of that youtube url

    The gist of the youtube video was that the BMMCC footage looks deeper or somehow different. Read the comments on that video (I love reading the youtube comments -sometimes funny, sometimes informative, always entertaining)

    My take on what is being said with that video is that the Fairchild sensor is something special compared to the sensor in the P4K.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by M&M's View Post
      Yes about supercale but I thought the point of the url you posted was more about footage from the BMMCC - and that footage looks so great.

      I commented...."and Shijan has been saying it all along" directly under your post of that youtube url

      The gist of the youtube video was that the BMMCC footage looks deeper or somehow different. Read the comments on that video (I love reading the youtube comments -sometimes funny, sometimes informative, always entertaining)

      My take on what is being said with that video is that the Fairchild sensor is something special compared to the sensor in the P4K.
      I totally agree with you.

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      • #48
        Yes, SuperScale makes image very clean. It is visible even if your timeline and final output is HD. But sometimes SuperScale may selectively oversharp and oversmooth tiny standalone details in the way i don't like. It also slows down render times a lot:

        Original DNG 3:1 source = 3.6GB

        Render to ProRes444 VBR BMFfilm = 3.92GB (render time 00:29)

        Render to ProRes444 VBR BMFfilm + SuperScale = 3.83GB (31.5fps, render time 01:38)

        Render to ProRes444XQ VBR BMFfilm + SuperScale = 6.67GB (31.5fps, render time 01:38)

        Render to ProRes422HQ VBR BMFfilm + SuperScale = 2.71GB (33fps, render time 01:33)

        Render to ProRes444 VBR BMFfilm + TNR Faster = 3.91GB (27fps, render time 01:53)

        Render to ProRes444 VBR BMFfilm + TNR Better = 3.87GB (25.5fps, render time 02:04)

        Render to ProRes444 VBR BMFfilm + SuperScale + TNR Better = 3.83GB (13.5fps, render time 03:51)
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        • #49
          A couple of mine.

          micros.jpg

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Howie Roll View Post
            A couple of mine.

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            WOW ! Thats hardcore !!

            I like how you roll Howie.

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            • #51
              All my custom made accessories for BMMCC/BMMSC now available here https://lavky.com/radioproektor/

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              • #52
                Here are also some decent Pocket/Micro examples from Michael Rea:





                And also some interesting feedback from same person provided on other forum:

                today's test:

                BMMCC - best colors and overall look , a little noisy picture, but the noise is pleasant. Moire problem. But overall he is the winner! (Slowmo 60p)

                at ISO 400 is slightly cleaner in the shadows. (Native is 800) . It is not a modern clear picture, but as a best film emulation.

                BMPCC (orig) - same as BMMCC but only 30p (a little more noise and moire than BMMCC)

                BMPCC4K - worse colors and overall picture is shifted to yellow-red? sharp highlights rolloff �� the picture is far more difficult to correct and color than the old pocket ��

                the picture is cleaner , but it gets a "video look" , The shape of the body is terrible. I gave a second chance and really didn't ... I put it back.

                GH5 - The best tool for run & shot - Worse colors than BMPCC4K but not much, excelent IBIS ! , battery life, adjustable display and viewfinder. Very economical codec for all day shooting. It's a winner if you need quick and comfortable shooting. It is a modern clear picture. Winner for RUN & GUN Shooting

                So everything stays the same, I keep GH5 for modern picture style, BMMCC for film emulation project.
                BMPCC4K - not necessary
                All my custom made accessories for BMMCC/BMMSC now available here https://lavky.com/radioproektor/

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                • #53
                  Except for the bulk of the recorder unit or the hassle of tethering to the recorder or a laptop computer, the SI2K can still hold its own in the S16 stakes.


                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BERrxDTyiVI&t=5s

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIBVqFFK018&t=74s

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOkKWaoMPcQ

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeDT7o2EktY

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FryoeVfIhZI
                  Last edited by Robert Hart; 10-06-2019, 10:41 AM.

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