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.
Please note the 'soft' highlights, this is not due to the camera, nor is the lens to blaim - this was a special temporary coating applied to the 17mm lens by my 2 year old son, who also stars in this edit at the end. I sadly did not notice it until I got home, and since there wasn't any time to do a reshoot - it ended up in the edit nontheless.
All footage was shot with the 'film'-mode. The lenses used were the Olympus 17mm f/2.8 and the Walimex Pro T*3.1 14mm ED AS IF UMC Cine lens (which is a rebranded Samyang).
I've graded the footage as Kodak 5207 Vision3 using FilmConvert, and a slight curves adjustment on a per-shot basis. The grading is intended to convey the feeling that autumn is coming.
I'll get to some more extensive shooting this weekend. With a set of cleaned lenses.