Slash

Here’s a few screen shots from a horror/slash/comedy I shot last week for writer/slash/director Caleb McKenny. Very low key lighting in most scenes, pushing the F3 quite a bit.

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Sony F65

Sony have previewed their new digital cinema camera which replaces the F35 as their high end product. The spec are very impressive.

Sony F65

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Candle Light

Abelcine have posted an excellent demo of the Sony F3’s low light capability. This sensor impresses me more each day, with the low noise at maximum gain being a standout. My own testing backs this up fully.

Holding a Candle to the Sony PMW-F3

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F3 Testing

Some test shots and location scouting today for a comedy short. Here’s an ungraded screen grab, with three roughly graded versions. F3 loaded with an 85mm, T6.7, ND0.9, Tiffen Ultrapol, 0DB, Cinegamma 1, F35 matrix, at 1080/25P.

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F3 Dynamic Range

Andy Shipsides continues his series of tests on the Sony PMW-F3 with a dynamic range test. 12 usable stops seems to be the result in REC709. The coming S-Log update will increase this by at least a stop.

F3 Dynamic Range

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