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CinemaDNG recording now available on the BMPCC

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[UPDATED] It's been a few months since the first Pocket Cinema Cameras were shipped to their (mostly) happy owners. Not without bumps in the road, since (some) units in the first batch(es) showed some 'bugs'. We had the white blooming orbs issue, and the black sunspot. But those have all been dealt with. Also lacking was the promised CinemaDNG RAW recording option, until now.

Autumn Colours

Autumn Colours - a Pocket Cinema Camera short

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Originally I planned a shoot like this to demo/try out the new Adobe Creative Cloud upgrades, especially the upgrade(s) surrounding Premiere Pro and SpeedGrade. But, sadly Adobe didn't make their October 15th deadline, and I couldn't put this off any longer. Will shoot something else when the update is in sight.

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First CinemaDNG samples from John Brawley

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John Brawley has released the first (ever) CinemaDNG RAW files from the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, a feature that was promised since its announcement, but has yet to be implemented via the firmware. It's coming soon, since the firmware has entered its second beta-stage during which the select few users are allowed to talk about it. 

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...