1. Comparing the Cinema Camera & 5D Mk III

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    Hosted by Marco Solorio of OneRiver Media, this video compares the Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera and the Canon 5D Mark III in several tests. This includes dynamic range, sharpness, pushing levels, banding, artifacts, rolling shutter, chromakeying, wide/telephoto lengths, DOF (depth of field), low light, macro blocking, contrast, and more. NEW! Check out our new eBook "Ultimate Comparison Guide to the URSA & CION" at onerivermedia.com/ebooks Check out our follow-up video to this one: "Comparing the Cinema Camera: Part 2, The Impact of 12-bit RAW" https://vimeo.com/52269416 After several DAYS of trying to upload this video to Vimeo, we've ultimately had to reduce the bit-rate compression down to 18mbps (Vimeo recommends 5mbps, ha!), which is down from our minimum quality level of 40mbps. This means the SOURCE file you can download will also inhibit some amount of compression blocking and smearing, even in the Cinema Camera footage, which doesn't originally exist in our ProRes master file. We've tried EVERYTHING, multiple types of uploads, different encoding methods, you name it. Although the downloadable source file is a little better than the streaming version, it still doesn't compare to the original ProRes source file which imposes no banding, compression artifacts, or chrominance sub-sampling (down from 4:4:4 to H.264's 4:2:0 space). Please keep this in mind when viewing. Unfortunately Vimeo only allows 100 downloads per day, so check back to download the 2GB file if the queue is filled. And remember to always watch in FULL 1080 HD or you will have added scaling and moiré issues on some of the tests than what is already been added by Vimeo and our horrid bit-rate restrictions. Thanks for watching. Hope this is as informative for you as it was for me making it. Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/OneRiverMedia Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/onerivermedia Blog: http://www.onerivermedia.com/blog Newsletter: http://www.onerivermedia.com/bmcc eBooks: http://www.onerivermedia.com/ebooks

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    • Canon 5D EOS Mk III // Lion City Rollers at ISO 5000 (Test)

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      No Average Joe took the new MK III out for a spin (a few weeks before the 2nd March 2012 announcement mind you), and discovered how much better it performs in low light conditions than its predecessor, which was already a beast in this area. NB: This was shot at ISO 5000 in natural light, and has been compressed for the web. Notice the low noise levels, as well as the absence of moire and aliasing. Production Company: No Average Joe Director: Joe Peter Director of Photography: Tham Weimin Producers: Loh Whye Keat & Nur Qamariah Hamzah Editor: Eugene Seah Music: AudioMicro Special thanks to: Jatt Amat, Lion City Rollers & Roll or Die Clothing Shot on Canon EOS 5D Mark III with EF 16-35 f/2.8L, EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS lenses and the Kessler Philip Bloom Signature Series Pocket Dolly. www.noaveragejoe.tv www.facebook.com/noaveragejoe.tv

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      • Canon 5D EOS Mk III // Pole Dancing at ISO 6400 (Promo)

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        No Average Joe has gone full tilt with the new Mk III, even before anyone's got their hands on it. This time, it's pole dancing in poor light conditions at ISO 6400. NB: This was shot at ISO 6400 in natural light, and has been compressed for the web. No noise reduction or color-correction was applied to the image in post. Further to this, footage was transcoded to ProRes HQ for FCP 7 workflow. Production Company: No Average Joe Director: Joe Peter Director of Photography: Mark Teo Producers: Loh Whye Keat & Nur Qamariah Hamzah Editor: Eugene Seah Music: AudioMicro Special thanks to: Bobbi's Pole Studio & Sue-Anne Lim Shot on Canon EOS 5D Mark III with EF 16-35 f/2.8L II, EF 24-70 f/2.8L lenses and the Kessler Philip Bloom Signature Series Pocket Dolly. www.noaveragejoe.tv www.facebook.com/noaveragejoe.tv www.chwennyland.com

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        • Canon 5D EOS Mk III // Great Spy Experiment at ISO 5000 (Promo)

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          Here's another clip produced by No Average Joe on the new Mk III. Once again, it demonstrates its low light prowess. NB: This was shot at ISO 5000 in natural light, and has been compressed for the web. No noise reduction or color-correction was applied to the image in post. Further to this, footage was transcoded to ProRes HQ for FCP 7 workflow. Production Company: No Average Joe Director: Joe Peter Director of Photography: Tham Weimin Producers: Loh Whye Keat & Nur Qamariah Hamzah Editor: Eugene Seah Music: AudioMicro Special thanks to: Great Spy Experiment & Mike See Shot on Canon EOS 5D Mark III with EF 50 f/1.2L, EF 16-35 f/2.8L, EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS lenses and the Kessler Philip Bloom Signature Series Pocket Dolly. www.noaveragejoe.tv www.facebook.com/noaveragejoe.tv

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          • Hands on with the Canon EOS 5D Mark III!

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            A quick introduction to the brand new Canon EOS 5D Mark III announced March 2nd. We had a chance to get a hands on preview in a meeting with Canon's Chuck Westfall. For all our coverage on the Canon EOS 5D Mark III please visit planet5D.com/5D3 - we'll have more details, the press release, additional videos, and more!

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            • 5D Mark III Magic Lantern RAW / FULL REVIEW - Part I

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              5D Mark III vs Magic Lantern RAW FULL REVIEW - Part I 1. Resolution 2. Colors 3. Rolling Shutter 4. Dynamic Range 5. Crop Factor 6. Low Light 7. High ISO/Noise Part II: https://vimeo.com/69918879 "Exploring the Macro World" Part III: https://vimeo.com/71333472 "a NOISE Comparison Odissey" Part IV: https://vimeo.com/71607949 "the Road to FILM LOOK" Canon 5Dmk3 + EF 24-70 2.8 + KomputerBay 1000x 64gb Magic Lantern: http://www.magiclantern.fm/ Get RAW on your 5D: http://www.cinema5d.com/news/?p=17898 2013©NotWorkingFilms www.notworkingfilms.com https://www.facebook.com/NotWorkingFilmsPage

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              • 5D Mk iii vs. 5D Mk iii RAW vs. H.264 in Martha's Vineyard

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                During a visit to Martha's Vineyard with the family, I decided to give Magic Lantern's hack a test drive. I shot these random shots of us traveling and site seeing using either the H.264 I-frames or Magic Lantern Raw. First impressions are obviously the same as everyone else, The dynamic range in Raw is amazing. It's almost like HDR video. However, the current work flow is a huge pain in the neck. I did RAW2DNG followed by ACR basic adjustments with the 2012 set up to convert the DNGs to 14bit Tiffs at 72 resolution (if anyone thinks this was a mistake or 8bit at a higher resolution is the better way to go please let me know.) I then used Quicktime to convert the Tiffs to ProRes 422 and edited with no additional grading in FCP. The whole thing was shot with the tried and true 24-105 4.0L. Some shots are hand held and some are on a travel tripod. Hope you like it. Give me some feedback for an easier post using a Mac set up. The current post is prohibitive for me to use Raw due to the huge file sizes and the extended amount of time it takes to process clips. After all, I'm just trying to shoot my vacation, not create a work of art!! LOL!

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                • Echoes from a Silent Village

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                  Echoes from a Silent Village HDR Night Timelapse shot on Canon 5Dmk3 Santa Croce (BN) is a small well-preserved, rural, medieval burg placed in Southern Italy, with less than 1000 souls today symbolizes the memory of an ancient forgotten country, a poor but respectable past. Video: Fabio Palmieri 2012©NotWorkingFilms http://www.notworkingfilms.com Like on FB!! https://www.facebook.com/NotWorkingFilmsPage

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                  • Canon 5D mark 3 vs. mark 2 - High ISO noise test

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                    Recorded through a Canon 5D mark III and mark II Related article and source files on cinema5D: http://www.cinema5d.com/news/?p=10266

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                    • Expedia Short Film Contest - Find Your...PLACE

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                      The short film is based off a true story of my friend Joe Carter, who actually is featured in the video. The story revolves around the eternal debate of PLACE. Should the character stay home with the comfort of money and friends, or adventure out and be where he feels free? Although the character may not be traveling physically, the need and nervousness to travel is present. With limited amount of time, I wanted to capture my friends struggle into a short film, and show how Expedia's phrase "find yours" can help better tell the story. Joe is moving to california to pursue his dream next week, and I will miss him dearly. Song: Dead Mellotron - Stranger (yes I have permission, message me and I can send you the conformation) PLEASE VOTE HERE: https://www.facebook.com/expedia/app_130386650433349?app_data=b0ae9222-1d89-4f76-8d57-e160c4372406 and if that doesn't work click this and look for FIND YOUR PLACE https://www.facebook.com/expedia/app_130386650433349

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