14mm FoV Comparison on BMPCC

Comparing FoV of a 14mm Fullframe and Micro4/3 lens

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This was something I was personally interested in. Would a 14mm lens that is designed for a fullframe sensor look (very) different than a lens of similar focal length that was designed for a smaller sensor (in this case Micro 4/3) when placed on the same sensor? Which of course would be the Pocket Cinema Camera in my case.

RED Epic

A day out with the Pocket, shooting with a RED Epic

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UPDATED - This is a short one - this was interesting. I was asked by -friend and collegue- Site Steendam to assist on a RED Epic shoot. How could I possibly say no to that. Then in your mind combine that fact with the location of the shoot: an Italian-style ice cream maker. So I went along, and took my Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC) with me...

Zutphen - Est. A.D. 300

A more extensive BMPCC shoot: Zutphen - Est. A.D. 300

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Zutphen is one of the oldest cities of The Netherlands. It has been continuously inhabited for over 1700 years, ever since the Germanic settlements back in 300 AD. I hope I've captured at least a little bit of its history in these images of my hometown. As a first more extensive shoot, I wanted to push the Pocket Cinema Camera to its edges - as far as dynamic range goes.

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My first Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera footage

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I got my Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC) this week, at long last. Sadly didn't have the time to do an extensive shoot - only a few quick shots. So without further ado - here's my first own footage from the BMPCC. 

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YouTube launches a free audio library for all videomakers

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It's been just over two years since Vimeo launched its Music Store. As far as I'm concerned, a great hit. More than once have I made my way through the huge amounts of widely varying music. Once in a while I bought a track for professional usage. But mostly I kept coming back for personal projects, and thus mostly for free music. I do however like my free music to have some quality to it. This isn't quite as easy. There aren't a lot of high quality free music sources out there. Today - we can add one source to that short list: YouTube.