1. See who else is using the C100 and their videos:
    mediahalo.com/equipment/cameras/c100/?vim

    Over the years we've gotten spoiled by all the advancing abilities of cameras these days. One of those abilities is ever increasing sensitivity to light, meaning higher and higher usable ISO ranges. In this comparison, we'll take a look at 3 cameras which came along at 3 different stages of advancement in sensor & processing technology.

    Up first we have the Sony Ex1, the very first professional full HD camera with a sensor larger than a 1/3" for under 10 grand. a big leap forward in sensitivity and IQ. I distinctly recall being overly pleased with how little light it needed to get the job done. It helped that it was paired with a lens which held F1.9 throughout its zoom range.

    Then we had the DSLRs come around, and the 5D at the head. Again, a leap, and i would constantly look at how little light the 5D needed and thinking about how much less wattage i could use in lighting. Was it noisy at iso 3200? Heck yes, but impressively clean when looking at how just a few years back, anything over iso 800 on my canon 30d stills only camera would start to look a noisy mess.

    And then the Canon C100, or any of the canon C series cameras, or the Sony FS series, etc... It's a new level of light sensitivity, where i can say with a strait face that i like the iso 20,000 on the C100 more than i like the 5D at iso 3200. It's a bit unfair for the DSLRs really, especially the first generation of video dslrs, because they are photo cameras that happen to shoot video, not the other way around. You can only expect a piece of equipment to do what it was designed for, anything on top of that is icing, and icing can run thin (someone teach me metaphors, i clearly slept through english class)

    The results are not surprising, each generation is a leap, but to me the biggest leap is the C100, it's just mind boggling how good it looks with absurdly little light. I need to mention again that it doesn't mean that you don't need lights, because that would mean that you're being lazy and not designing your lighting. It allows you to use vastly less power. Or in certain situations it gives you the flexibility to get more DOF. At the time of this writing i just shot a reality pilot in which i was the only camera, and the producer basically having me whip the camera this way and that to catch 5 different people's reactions. I valued every extra bit of DOF i could get, and i was playing the hyperfocal game. i averaged iso 3200-6400, and F5.6-11. Yes i know, you don't like it unless it's so narrow a DOF that only a single blade of grass is in focus, but listen here, shallow DOF has its place, it's not a storytelling device and can serve zero purpose at all if used poorly. But i'll stop myself there before full rant mode kicks in.

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  2. a few test shots using a 75% pre-production version of the AF100 from panasonic.

    Check out my short film
    "South" shot with it. vimeo.com/16129196

    ...and of course my full review of the camera which describes which lenses I used and so much more.

    philipbloom.net/?p=11250

    Music Aquarium by Saint Saens

    # vimeo.com/16130395 Uploaded 36.6K Plays 26 Comments
  3. Shot in South London and the South Bank with a 75% finished Panasonic AF100 and Lumix and Nikon lenses.

    Totally ungraded but obviously compressed as is the MP4 download.

    Read more on my blog here! philipbloom.net/2010/10/19/af100/

    Music by Shigeru Umebayashi
    "George's Waltz"

    # vimeo.com/16129196 Uploaded 92.6K Plays 114 Comments
  4. So my friend Ted and I had a Panasonic AG-AF100 to open, and we had a Canon T2i (550D) on hand and figured this would be a good time to do an "unboxing" and test out the HDSLR and also test my shooting with said HDSLR. Instead of just a camera on a tripod and one take, we figured we'll get some angles and try some moves, as well as throw on some different lenses. What you're about to see is Unboxing Overkill!

    It was shot in 1080p 24p and we used SuperFlat Picture Style. Edited, color corrected, and graded by Ted in Final Cut Pro (yeah, we had some white balance issues to fix). ISO was 800 when shooting f/2.8 and 200 with f/1.4.

    Canon EOS Rebel T2i
    Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8
    Canon EF 50mm f/1.4
    Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8
    Glidetrack SD (0.5m)
    TedSupport Atom Mini Dolly
    GoPro HD Hero (for like 2 shots!)
    LCDVF 3/2

    Music: I Will Follow You into the Dark by Death Cab for Cutie

    Unboxing Overkill! will hopefully be a continuing segment on my blog http://www.geekhybrid.com

    # vimeo.com/20314620 Uploaded 814 Plays 1 Comment
  5. IT IS A CHINESE SHORT FILM.
    Shooting by Panasonic AF100/101,CARL ZEISS Ultra Series,AJA MINI KIPRO.

    Director : Wu Sun Actor : Yiming Jiang , Yuanjun Mao
    Photographer : Mark Hua Producer : 107cine.com
    Trailer TC : HomeBoyCineStudio

    # vimeo.com/34426824 Uploaded 1,942 Plays 11 Comments

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