The bike riding shots are from Fruita, CO and the arch is Corona west of Moab.
The riders are Katie Klingsporn and Ben Knight.
Shot with a 5D mark 3 and Canon 24mm IS on a Cinestar 8 with a Radian stabilized Cinestar 2-axis gimbal.
The song is The Sun by The Naked and Famous vimeo.com/27790801
I received my copy on 12-2-2012 and the next day busted out the manual and did a little reading then off to Balboa Park to shoot some footage. I didn't really have a plan just wanted to see how the new GH3 performed. I also have the Lumix 35-100. Nice lens. All the footage is ungraded. I haven't tried to push it around yet in post, but from the looks of the image I have some room to work with. From what I can tell the camera handles highlights pretty well. The over-cranking looks nice and smooth. Nice feature to have on a DSLR.
I'm writing up an article about my shooting experience with the GH3 on my blog. eriknaso.com/2013/03/02/my-gh3-has-arrived/
AVCHD 24P 24Mbps
Standard All set to 0
Edited with Premiere Pro CS6 with the native files. Exported and converted with Adobe Media Encoder with Vimeo preset 1080 24p
No grading was done to any of the footage.
So you probably wondering why I shot this in AVCHD at 24Mbps when I could have had the higher quality 72Mbps ALL-Intra? Well I forgot to change it back after shooting a little around the house. Oh well. I guess it's now the AVCHD 24Mpbs test!
Audio was captured with the Rode VideoMic Pro VMP Shotgun Microphone.
From the Golden Gate Bridge to Alcatraz to the Bay Lights at night, see the Bay Area's most iconic locations like you've never seen them before. Shot in 4K/"Ultra-HD," Teton Gravity Research presents the first footage from their new RED Epic-equipped gyrostabilized camera platform: The GSS C520. The GSS C520 is a portable 5-axis system that houses a range of leading digital cinema cameras, like the Epic and Sony F55, while also capable of integrating future advancements in camera technology.
This fall, Burton presents [SNOWBOARDING], a four episode web series highlighting the riding in four distinct environments: Backcountry, Street, Resort, and Women's. Featuring the riding of Jeremy Jones, Mark Sollors, Mikey Rencz, Jussi Oksanen, Danny Davis, Mark McMorris, Mikkel Bang, Kelly Clark, Hannah Teter, Ethan Deiss, Zak Hale, Kimmy Fasani and more riding in locations all around the world. Dropping every two weeks starting 9/13, the videos will be available to download for free on burton.com/snowboarding and snowboarding.transworld.net.
Jeremy Jones, Mark Sollors, Roope Tonteri, Peetu Piiroinen, Nicolas Müller, Ethan Deiss, Zak Hale, Danny Davis, Hannah Teter, Werni Stock, Kimmy Fasani, Kelly Clark, Mikey Rencz, Jussi Oksanen, Arielle Gold, Alek Oestreng, Marko Grilc, Enni Rukajärvi, Cilka Sadar, Terje Haakonsen, Mark McMorris, Red Gerard, Christian Haller, Ben Ferguson, Gabe Ferguson, Brock Crouch.
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The Red Dragon sensor has 3 F STOPS more than before. 1 in the hight lights which rolls over wonderfully !, 2 solid extra stops in the darks…. maybe 3 once the colour science has been perfected.
But there is still noise, but nothing like before. I ran some 250d 2k film rushes next some of my 4000asa stuff, And silly as it sounds, it looks like film grain, not noise. Don't ask me how, as I wouldn't have a clue. But it looks great !
Red Dragon now has the best highlight fall off I have ever seen from any digital camera. Beating film! Big call I know, but after shooting film and pushing it around in telecine chains for more than a decade, I can categorically say that this new sensor has a better range than film ever had.
Single still frames compared to a top of the line professional 35mm Digital stills cameras, I'm going to say that the EPIC matches, if not betters most. Don't ask me how they do it, but every single frame from the DRAGON is 109meg !! @16bit when saved as a tiff from RCX. and at 100 Frames per second, I tell you this… someone has sold there soul to the devil.
If you are a pro photographer, you are mad if you don't have this camera in your tool box. You quite literally will never miss a single shot.
Is Dragon better than 65mm Film…. (with good lenses) YES. No shit…
The images out of the Dragon are so smooth now… so so smooth, like low asa large format film.
The Dragon is more stable than my current MX EPIC's.
The SONY F65 I rate as having the best sensor in the market for a production cine camera. Yes.. it's better than the EPIC- MX. (I'm not going to harp on about the size of it or the price comparisons).
Even Jim knows that Sony have done very well with the F65 sensor and that was obviously pissing him off, because his new Dragon sensor has just given the the F65 notice.
All the F65 SONY purists out there will dispute this. But I have Sony files here with me, and I'm looking at both side by side… and Dragons grain (noise) structure is cleaner and it has more range.
Dragon is now the King. (AND… I'm not going to harp on about the size of it or the price comparisons). or did I ..ha !
The single one sentence i can say that can sum up everything is this..
It's the first camera ever that I have used that captures exactly what I see with my own eye.
Never have I seen this before. !