All comments by Ruben

Ruben Last comment posted on October 10, 2015 at 13:54
Post: Focal Reducer comparisonon the Pocket Cinema Camera
In reply to: Tom
User linked website: http://rubenkremer.nl/
I must admit that I did have these issues as well by now. I found that the optical element can be easily adjusted by screwing it further into the adapter, or make it stick out further of the adapter. This way, with a lot of adjusting - I managed to get it back to the right setting.
Post: Focal Reducer comparisonon the Pocket Cinema Camera
In reply to: Dwight Larks
User linked website: http://rubenkremer.nl/
If money is of no issue - then I'd suggest looking into the focal reducers produced by Metabones. Those are without doubt the best ones you can get.
Post: The Pocket Cinema Camera SD card compatibility list
In reply to: Joske
User linked website: http://mediamonitor.rubenkremer.nl/
For the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera there is only one series of SD card which will work always and every time: the Sandisk Extreme Pro 95MB/s cards. Those will not disappoint.
Post: The Pocket Cinema Camera SD card compatibility list
In reply to: Adam Harris
User linked website: http://mediamonitor.rubenkremer.nl/
I'm trying to keep all recommended, (semi-/in-)compatible cards in my media-monitor for the BMPCC (and other camera's). Hard to keep track of all recording media out there. I've linked to the mediamonitor in this blog, at the top somewhere. I'll put the PNY card on the monitor with a 'limited support' notification soon.
Post: The URSA-Family CFast Compatibility List
In reply to: Kris
User linked website: http://mediamonitor.rubenkremer.nl/
Thnx Kris. I'm trying to keep up with developments as well as keep an eye on when the CFast cards will go down in price. So I can plan my entry into the CFast camera world ;-)
Post: Blackmagic 4K camera drops to just over €2k
In reply to: Chris Bishop
User linked website: http://rubenkremer.nl/
I didn't catch that it had a native ASA of 400. In the back of my head I assumed 800 like it's siblings. But even at ASA400 it's a good deal. Like you said, it'll require a bit more planning and perhaps more light. So investing in a couple of 1K's as well might be a good idea ;-) (was originally thinking of dimmable 650W's, but 1K lights might be better for future proofing!