Filmed & Edited by Martin Ureta
Music: Jake Bugg – Two Fingers
Software: Magic Lantern RAW v2.3 1920×1080 25fps – Card CF LEXAR 1000x
This is my first test using the Magic Lantern RAW during a photo shooting of my cousin Lea I did a month ago. The quality of the DNGs are pretty amazing. I used a Canon 5DMkIII with the 24-70mm 2.8L (@70mm)
Thanks for watching!
More information about Magic Lantern workflow, Magic Lantern Editing and a lot more here: Nofilmschool.com/tag/magiclanternrawvideo/
Most of you have probably heard about the MōVI handheld stabilized system created by Freefly System and priced at $15.000. I’ve a friend that just pre-order one and I was wondering if another company will come out with a similar camera stabilizer model at a lower price. Well, here we go! A UK based company just come out with the BesSteady ONE, a gyroscopic camera stabilizer priced under $3000. That is 5x less than the Movi Camera System. Take a look a this videos to have an idea. You can subscribe on their website to be informed about the pre-order.
What is the BeSteady?
The BeSteady is a camera stabilizer based on an electronic system equipped with gyroscopic sensors and accelerometers, using the direct drive of three axis of rotation in the form of brushless direct-current motors.
In simple terms, it is a highly advanced electronic device which allows for incredible shots, creating new applications and abilities, perfectly complementing and supplementing other producers’ stabilizers and rigs available on the market.
BeSteady One Brochure
Scott Spears goes over the use of Gels and Diffusion for lighting in this Tech Tip for beginning filmmakers and cinematographers.
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