Horsing Around:a few shots with the Blackmagic Pocket Camera

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Rick Young

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Horsing Around:a few shots with the Blackmagic Pocket Camera

PostSat Aug 31, 2013 9:29 pm

Hi Everyone

First shoot with the Blackmagic Pocket Camera.

I film with one single lens which is a Nikon 14mm F2.8. The Blackmagic Pocket Camera has a crop factor slightly under 3x using 35mm lenses. I'm shooting the 35mm equivalent of around 40mm.

Check it out:

http://www.moviemachine.tv/post/horsing ... ckmagic-p/

Catch you all soon,

Rick

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David Regenthal

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Re: Horsing Around:a few shots with the Blackmagic Pocket Ca

PostSun Sep 01, 2013 6:43 am

Magnificent animals . . . Thanks Rick!
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Re: Horsing Around:a few shots with the Blackmagic Pocket Ca

PostSun Sep 01, 2013 7:59 am

Sorry Rick (NOT ALL OF US) are that enthusiastic about the Pocket Camera ATM, Your footage does look great, and we appreciate the lovely Horses, great footage!

Hmmm well that's all I have to say,
Thanks again Rick :ugeek:
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Re: Horsing Around:a few shots with the Blackmagic Pocket Ca

PostSun Sep 01, 2013 8:55 am

Rick did another nice demo of the potential of the BMPCC: 'Made in England'
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Re: Horsing Around:a few shots with the Blackmagic Pocket Ca

PostSun Sep 01, 2013 1:11 pm

Bertuk wrote:Rick did another nice demo of the potential of the BMPCC: 'Made in England'


Nice footage Rick - but if you once know about these orbs you will discover them
in every scene when direct sunlight hits water, glass, metal or any glossy surface
See scene 1:03 cars crossing and car in the background. Horses are not only beautiful
but also better objects for this camera.

best
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