First test with some random RAW footage using the Magic lantern hack for the Canon 5D MKII.
No storyline, just tests. Vimeo downscales to 720P so what you see here is not the full quality. All shots were made with my new Canon EF 70-200mm F/2.8 L iS II USM (so it was a double test ;-)) Under and over exposed some shots on purpose to see how far i could go in dynamic range in edit. All shots made on f2.8, used a LCW 4x4 fader FD in my mattebox. Manual focus. Shots were made within two hours, 30-06-2013, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Workflow : vimeo.com/66355682
Instead of Raw2Dng i used RawMagic magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=6218.new#new
Gear : Canon 5D MKII with EF 70-200mm F/2.8 L iS II USM lens on tripod.
Vocas MB-210 mattebox
4X4 LCW fader ND lightcraftworkshop.com/fader-nd-digi-pro-hd4x4.html
Cards : 2 x 64GB KomputerBay UDMA 1000X cards. amazon.com/KOMPUTERBAY-Professional-COMPACT-FLASH-Extreme/dp/B009JCL55Y
One performs well and one is slower. Write-speed 74MB and 45MB. (same specs on the card!) With the fastest one i was able to record continuously on 1880x800 and on the other, slower one i could record only 10 second before it stops. Dropped frames every now and then :-(
Edit : 2012 Macbook pro Retina.
CS 6, Photoshop and Premiere Pro
Pegasus R4 Thunderbolt raid store.apple.com/nl/product/H5184ZM/A/promise-pegasus-r4-4-tb-(4x1-tb)-raid-systeem
RAW video hack : The picture quality is very, very good! Dynamic range is crazy! Workflow is a pain in the a.. but its worth it! If you have the cash, go for the MKIII (full 1920x1080 recording with the right cards) and buy quality cards! The komputerBay are ok but you never know what you are going to get for the price. The are cheap but you have to be lucky ;-( eoshd.com/content/10433/which-compact-flash-cards-for-5d-mark-iii-raw-video