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  1. # vimeo.com/225759730 Uploaded 2,205 Plays 2 Comments
  2. Director _ Benoit Millot _ lepotagerdesign.com/
    DP _ Benoit Millot et Sébastien Jousse
    Edit motion design_ Renaud Trigodet
    Music_Elisabeth Like a Dream_ Cézame music Agency_ cezame-fle.com/
    Production_Membo Studio _Matthieu Bertrand_ membo.tv/
    Camera_ A7S_4K _ Nikkor AIS Lens

    Client _ AIA LIFE DESIGNERS "L’ARCHITECTURE PARTAGÉE"
    Fondé en 1975, et en constante évolution depuis, le groupe AIA – Architectes Ingénieurs Associés –
    change aujourd’hui de nom et devient AIA Life Designers.
    a-i-a.fr/groupe/

    # vimeo.com/225061616 Uploaded 440 Plays 2 Comments
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    CAMERA SETTINGS:
    3:1 RAW
    60fps
    400ISO

    LENS:
    The vintage Olympus 35-70mm f2.8. First shot at f4, second shot wide open.

    GRADING: (I didn't grade this, just applied a LUT)
    Kodak 2838 65 LUT applied to BMD film log image.
    RAW settings: Highlight recovery checked, saturation 100, colour boost 18.5, shaprness set to zero. This LUT is free and is already part of your Davinci Resolve Lite installation.

    DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE POCKET CINEMA CAMERA AND THE MICRO CINEMA CAMERA
    In my opinion, the micro cinema camera is a better camera (for professional use, outside of weekend adventures and "travel videos"). Why?

    1). 60p full sensor readout, no compromises.
    2). 3:1 RAW option (smaller file size than Prores HQ)
    3). Full Sized, strong, reliable HDMI port (I would purchase this cam over the pocket for this reason alone)
    4). Native Canon LP-E6 battery support (which also makes adapting to other battery systems optional)
    5). More mounting points (sturdier than the pocket which swivels on the single mount hole)
    6). Recording tally light
    7). BUS interface for external controllers like Phil Lemon's epic controller here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuO74WA1K34&t=6s) and alternative power options.

    # vimeo.com/212539677 Uploaded 2,383 Plays 16 Comments
  4. Director: Bryan Schlam
    Producer: W. Ian Ross
    Director Of Photography: Ben Carey
    Field Producer: Ashley Boyd Jones
    Colorist: Nicholas Metcalf
    Sound Mix: Sebastian Apolinario
    Stylist: Phoenix Johnson
    Hair and Makeup: Stella Rose Paras

    Starring:
    Tony Vogel
    Hayley Orrantia
    Kevin Slattery
    Peter Stringer-Hye
    Alec O’Connell
    Cassandra Paras

    Featuring:

    John Prine
    David Ferguson
    Michael Heeney
    Pat McLaughlin
    Luke Dick

    Thanks to Easy Eye Sound, Brickhouse Pictures, Las Bandas Be Brave, Hound Content

    Special thanks to: John Christon, Tom Osborn, Matt Bizer, The Mill, Lora Criner

    # vimeo.com/217775903 Uploaded 226K Plays 63 Comments
  5. camillemarotte.com

    :: Director/Camera/Editing : Camille Marotte
    :: Camera/Lenses : Arri Alexa Mini/Hawk V-lite Anamorphics 2x
    :: Light : Jean-Marie Delorme @ Kinou
    :: Woman : Ana Višnjar
    :: Boy : Ruben Meglič
    :: Music : Agnes Obel - Dorian
    :: Production : Filmmaster/Pakt Media

    # vimeo.com/216836138 Uploaded 7,948 Plays 71 Comments

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