A day and night, the beautiful town Prague and my new EOS C100 (both parts of views together).
(Version 2 - several small changes in color correction and two changes in shot version bring gamma c-log at 4:22 and 4:41)
Production: EF-S 18-135mm/f3.5-f5.6, EF 70-300mm/f3.5-f5.6, EF 50mm/f1.4, EF-S Tokina 11-16mm/f2.8
50i or 25p, ISO850 - 5000. Cine1, WDR and Canon-log gamma (CP: SHP -3, HDF +8, COR 0, HVDB +5, Limit 0).
Postproduction: Avid Symphony 6.5.2, AVCHD clips were converted to XDCAM EX HQ 35Mbps (1920x1080, 420), clips were color corrected in Avid Symphony (renders are sometime to XDCAM EX HQ or Avid DNxHD 185Mbps 422), two short parts are interlaced (deinterlaced with Avid fluid timewarp), exported via mixdown 185Mbps with Sorenson encoder x264.
It was very cold, I shot three days (night). Cine1 gamma has less noise than WDR and Canon-log, but sometimes WDR or log is better on high dynamic scenes. One shot (to highlights on the river) is from the XF100 .-) .