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Toasted BMCC

PostMon May 20, 2013 12:15 pm

We were shooting in a bavarian bakery today where we've used two BMCCs. Combined with ARRI Rigs (2x MMB-2, 2x MBP-3, 1x MFF-2), Schneider Filters, some Chrosziel stuff and Zeiss CP.2 Super Speeds they really did an amazing job! After almost 10 different BMCC shootings I get more and more used to them and it becomes great fun. I'm looking forward to your guys opinion on the final result ;) Cheers, Max!
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Re: Toasted BMCC

PostMon May 20, 2013 4:51 pm

That's not on is it?!?!?!? Scary! :shock:
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PostMon May 20, 2013 6:03 pm

That's what it takes, when you want a baked in look. :mrgreen:
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Re: Toasted BMCC

PostMon May 20, 2013 6:05 pm

@max - ist das die Hofpfistrei?
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Re: Toasted BMCC

PostMon May 20, 2013 6:09 pm

MikeC wrote:That's not on is it?!?!?!? Scary! :shock:

That's actually how they are baking bread today: turn on your BMCC and let the fan toast the loafs...

Now I'm hungry again. Sigh.
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Re: Toasted BMCC

PostMon May 20, 2013 6:13 pm

@ Mac Jaeger: How do you know the bread was baked by the BMCC? There was nothing about that feature in the manual, I had to find it out myself but sadly it's just working when shooting in RAW :D No, it was just handwarm but I still was a bit worried :shock:

@ Frank: Nein, das war für Bäckereien Will in Franken. Allerdings bin ich immer noch baff wie gut sich die BMCCs geschlagen haben. Wir haben vorher viel mit RED gemacht und damit hatten wir deutlich mehr Probleme. Einzig am Anfang hatte ich mal Canon Fotolinsen mit der BMCC versucht - nach diversen Erkenntnissen im Bezug auf 'Nachteile' bin ich aber wieder zu den manuellen Primes zurück und jetzt ist alles bestens - I love my BMCC ;)
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Re: Toasted BMCC

PostMon May 20, 2013 6:33 pm

maxemanuel wrote:Allerdings bin ich immer noch baff wie gut sich die BMCCs geschlagen haben.


Yup, ist'n zäher kleiner Alu-Klotz :mrgreen:
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