1. Blackmagic Cinema Camera Test

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    from Stefano Pasotti / Added

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    Just some footage I took for the few I had the camera. Everything was shot in Prores, a gorgeously flat and rich of details Prores. BMCC performs pretty good in low light but in the post-production at 1600 ASA grain will begin to show up. I apologize for shakiness of the clips but unfortunately the form factor of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera is more painful than it seems plus the weight of the camerabody makes impossible to firmly hold it. A tripod would have slowed us down too much and we would ended up having a third of the footage we actualy grabbed without using one. And to use a rig you definitely need an external monitor. Rolling shutter issues have been fixed in post. I loved the s16mm look of the BMCC and despite the size of the sensor you CAN get shallow depth of field! I tried the BMCC with the Canon CN-E 24mm T1.5 (55mm equivalent in full frame) and shot wide open you get a sort of 50mm f2.5 on a full frame and that is pretty damn good. On wider lenses simply forget about shallow DOF. In a nutshell, Raw 2.5K's quality isn't worth the amount of storage demanded and the extremely hard and time consuming workflow. Raw is giving you a non standard resolution that you're going to downscale to 1080 in any case and an incredible and space consuming control over your image that you probably would use so few both for the time needed and for the non actual need of such control. (Plus Raw at 1600 ASA really sucks) BMCC is like having the sensor of an Alexa inside an iPad and that's very frustrating. Blackmagic Camera feels more like a prototype than an actual camera and I'm pretty sure it is. I can't wait so see this sensor inside a proper camerabody... Lenses: Canon EF-S 17-55mm f2.8 IS Canon EF 50mm f1.4 Canon 70-200mm f2.8 IS Genus ND Fader 77mm

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    • Demo 2012 - Mapping 3d / Motion & Vjing

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      Demo 2012 - Mapping 3d / Motion & Vjing Music: C2C - Down the Road http://itunes.apple.com/fr/album/down-the-road-ep/id496012477 2005-2012 Blockhead, Dj Craze, Afrika Bambaata, The freestylers, Netik, Dj trouble, Toxic Avenger, Arnaud Rebotini, Heartthrob, Chris Liberator, Aphrodite, Elisa do Brazil, Muffler, La caution, Tambour Battant, Subfocus, J majik, Dj mini, Muffler, Mateo Murphy, La caution, Rodriguez Jr, Quaterblack, Gormak, Philadela, Visualize, ... Structure / motion & vjing by Aurélien Lafargue : www.nature-graphique.com .

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      • Small Life in Tropical Islands - 1080p

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        from Christoph Schaarschmidt / Added

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        I shoot this szenes in "Tropical Islands" (http://www.tropical-islands.de/en/visitors.html). This is the largest free-standing dome in the world. It is located in Brandenburg Germany near Berlin. Thanks to Tropical Islands and Theresa Dühn for allowing me to shoot this. Music: Amy MacDonald Barrowland Ballroom

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        • Crossing Worlds

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          A visual tone poem designed for the emerging fulldome planetarium format, “Crossing Worlds” utilizes spherical photography from the American desert west to immerse the viewer in a transcendent spectrum of austere landscapes. xRez Studio’s first dome format film, “Crossing Worlds” won a coveted “Domie” for Best Design in a Dome at DomeFest 09 in Albuquerque, NM. The beautiful soundtrack was provided by Marconi Union in the UK, and Paul Buehler at the Glendale College Dome provided key assistance in production. Recently, it was shown at The Elumenati GeoDome theatre with 350.org at the COP15 Global Climate Summit in Copenhagen in 2009. “Throughout COP15 and the KlimaForum, Crossing Worlds served to remind audiences of how extraordinary our home planet is. It was the perfect complement to the data-driven visualizations of global changes, deepening appreciation for the critical importance of the natural world for sustaining us emotionally as well as physically” said David McConville, co-founder of The Elumenati. If you represent a fulldome theater and are interested in licensing this movie for your venue please feel free to contact us. You can see an interactive panoramic movie of this film showing in a fulldome theater here http://www.xrez.com/cw_video_pano/ to get a better idea of what viewers would see.

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          • Bruno Mars - Treasure [Treasure "Coast" Lip Dub]

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            Treasure "Coast" Lip Dub By: Dome Films Song: Treasure by: Bruno Mars Location: Historic Theatre Plaza Downtown Vero Beach, FL Producers: John McGuire Clifton, Director of Photographer, Editor Emma Clare Johnson, Creative Director, Editor Brian Jason Smith, Audio Playback Technician, Logistics Emily Faye Faison, Production Manager, Logistics & Safety Megan Taylor Callahan, Choreographer, Costumes Cast: Sean Castro, Assistant Choreographer Brianna Psolka Ariana Decosa Lydia Johnson Alex D'Haeseleer Jerron Thomas George Bennett Kimmy Zerega Caden Clinton Courtney Von Kohorn Aly Ringeisen Stephen Bennett Emily Cole Skyler Granito Megan Taylor Callahan Olivia Tardif Theo Blumstein Laura Greenwood Sasha Sanchez Mona Clifton Jackson Oberlink Taylor Beckmann Tiffany Rivera Hannah El-Zein Sarah Rahming Emma Johnson Lilla Stawara Brady Johnson Dan Clifton Bruce David Callahan Nate Karabensh Alicia Knappman Aaron Durden Erin McDonald Jacob Skinsacos Rachel Smith Cassidy Stepanek Shae McDonald Reagan Kelly Shannon Maloney Madison Neudeck Dancers: Taylor Beckmann Stephen Bennett Theo Blumstein Megan Taylor Callahan Sean Castro Mona Clifton Alex D'Haeseleer Hannah El-Zein Skyler Granito Alison Leavitt Jackson Oberlink Phemie Rahming Sarah Rahming Wallace Rahming Tiffany Rivera Lilla Stawara Ryan Terpstra Jerron Thomas Hip-Hop Dancers: Brenna Stambaugh Jefferson Fenelon Luis Suarez Jazz Musicians: Daniel Greenwood (drumset) Mardoche Francois (bass) Desiree Samuels-Schulz (trumpet) Edward Eddowes (trombone) Geoffrey Messer (saxophone) Crew: Nate Karabensh Archie Rea Andrew Sechen Joaquin Zanabria Special Thanks: William Jones, Brackett Family LP Crystal Corrigan, Vero Beach Performing Arts Center Jim Gabbard Auto-B-Good (1959 Ford) City of Vero Beach Julie at Police Department Sergeant Offutt Don Dexter, Public Works Monte Falls Di Hanks Charlie Vitunac The Sanchez Family (VW Beetle) The Karabensh Family (VW Beetle) The Leavitt Family (bicycle) Dr. Dan's Animal Hospital MSVB Studio Shuckdaddy's Tea & Chi Parents of Lip-Dubbers Page Howell & Jim Sammons, VBHS Band http://www.domefilms.com/ http://www.facebook.com/domefilms http://www.twitter.com/domefilms Shot on a Canon 5D Mark III Lensing: Zeiss ZE 18mm f/3.5 Glidecam 4000 Pro

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            • Technicolor Cinestyle London shots

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              from Louis du Mont / Added

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              Trying out the Technicolour Cinestyle camera profile for Canon EOS cameras and After Effects 'Warp Stabilizer' Handheld using 70-200mm 2.8 IS, 24-105mm f4 IS, 17-40mm f4 Audio: 'Einstein's Wrong' from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Now if there were only some way to remove moire pattern.

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              • dôme des écrins

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                • ONDEBÈL - GoPro HD project #2

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                  from Francesco Biccheri / Added

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                  Video: me Music: Dean Carter in "Dobro pickin' man" Year: October, 2010 Recorded with a GoPro HD with hand freestyle.

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                  • ICHIGO ICHIE JAPAN PART 3

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                    from Cyril Balta / Added

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                    This is the third part of our trip to Japan last summer. We spent one night in Miyajima, a small sacred island famous for its giant red tori gate and its shrine built over water. A must see if you go to Hiroshima. We also loved Hiroshima's speciallity: the okonomiyaki, a kind of omelette/pizza with noodles and...well it's a bit heavy but it's really good :) Shot with a Lumix GF1, 20mm f1.7 Sorry for the shakiness, no stabilization on the 20mm and no tripod :( Soundtrack: - Ryuichi Sakamoto "Merry Christmas Mr.Lawrence" theme from Furyo (who did this cover?) - Zenzile meets Hightone "The Drop" (i did a few cuts)

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                    • Viewing the Night Sky in Summer

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                      from Band Pro Film & Digital / Added

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                      Exploring the limits of resolution and dynamic range when using the F55 in 4K RAW mode, this film was shot on location at the historic Mt. Wilson Observatory. A handmade structure of the highest grade worn by a hundred years of service, the Observatory presents a wide variety of very high detail backdrops, contrasted by a model for skin tone reference. Hard sunlight provides a very high contrast image which also tests the ability of the camera to capture wide dynamic range images, while also showing what happens when that dynamic range is exceeded. A filmic highlight roll off is possible when images are captured in 16-bit precision. Please try to see a screening of this film in 4K if possible, the compressed web version can only capture so much. Director / DP: Randy Wedick Producer: Brett Gillespie Music: "Time Lapse" by Ludovico Einaudi, off the album Time Lapse. Available for purchase on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/time-lapse/id589994095?i=589994097 Special Thanks to our Sponsors: Sony, Canon, Leica, Tiffen, Cartoni, Leader, Codex, Inovativ Carts, G-Technology, Fill-Lite, Matthews, The Camera House. © Band Pro Film & Digital, Inc.

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