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RHKFilm
2007 December 3rd, 12:31
Here's a little test I shot with my equipment.
http://vimeo.com/400758

I shot this with a Canon HV20 equipped with a Cinevate Brevis 35mm DOF adapter and a set of Nikon primes. Video was captured directly to computer on set using Blackmagic Design's Intensity card and Cineform NeoHD ingest codec @ 1080p. Cut and color-corrected (kinda) in Sony Vegas in 1080p uncompressed, 32-bit pixels. This output is 720p. The only non-natural lighting was a 2' 4-bank Kino Flo light with daylight bulbs.

I suggest downloading the original file (available via a link in the lower right) for the best representation of what I was able to achieve with this setup.

Comments welcome!
-Robert

Worley
2007 December 3rd, 12:41
And where can we download this footage from?

duketh
2007 December 3rd, 13:33
pfft! worley how dry

RHKFilm
2007 December 3rd, 14:51
Sorry, forgot to include that link in the original post. I have edited the first post so it is there.
Here is the link again:
http://vimeo.com/400758

Thanks,
Robert

Hallvalla
2007 December 3rd, 15:24
I'm impressed. Loved the 'golden hour' shots with the tree in the background.

Were some of the shots green screened? Just curious, because on some shots he seemed 'different' than the setting behind him. Could've just been the lighting.

Nice setup and nice results. I wonder how much difference in quality would there be if you used just the Brevis and not the BlackMagic?

Anyway, nice video. I liked the composition, especially the side shot near the end.

~J~

Worley
2007 December 3rd, 16:04
Yes, dry. But RHKFilm whet my appetite.

And I loved the colours.

RHKFilm
2007 December 3rd, 21:32
None of the shots were green-screened. If they were, that would've been one hell of a good greenscreen though.
-Robert

NEROC
2007 December 5th, 06:51
Yes, dry. But RHKFilm whet my appetite.

And I loved the colours.Hello; my name is Sylvester Fitzgerald. I am a new filmmaker on the block. I have ordered the Canon HV20, I don't have it yet, and I am trying to get in position to get that awesome Brevis 35mm adapter http://www.cinevate.com/website/index.php
I was so impressed with the footage that was posted on the Cinevate site. It is a minute, and a half test footage that Dennis Wood at Cinevate shot using the HV20 and the Brevis Rig; Dennis calls the footage On Ice. http://www.cinevate.com/images/brevisonice.wmv then we at NEROC; downloaded that same footage to Vegas in 24p; we cut it down, sped it up, to show everybody what the HV20 and the Brevis 35mm adapter footage looks like in movie trailer style in other words; we NEROCED it! So everyone make sure you have audio (sound) http://www.stormmm.com/My_Homepage_Files/Page4.html

digvid
2007 December 5th, 15:15
dude you rock.:hv20-smilie70:


Hello; my name is Sylvester Fitzgerald. I am a new filmmaker on the block. I have ordered the Canon HV20, I don't have it yet, and I am trying to get in position to get that awesome Brevis 35mm adapter http://www.cinevate.com/website/index.php
I was so impressed with the footage that was posted on the Cinevate site. It is a minute, and a half test footage that Dennis Wood at Cinevate shot using the HV20 and the Brevis Rig; Dennis calls the footage On Ice. http://www.cinevate.com/images/brevisonice.wmv then we at NEROC; downloaded that same footage to Vegas in 24p; we cut it down, sped it up, to show everybody what the HV20 and the Brevis 35mm adapter footage looks like in movie trailer style in other words; we NEROCED it! So everyone make sure you have audio (sound) http://www.stormmm.com/My_Homepage_Files/Page4.html

RHKFilm
2007 December 6th, 10:15
Ha! He's banned already!

Ian-T
2007 December 6th, 10:33
LOL...man that's...wrong!!! I cryin over here...lol...:hv20-smilie81:

That's his dad... Dennis don't hurt him too bad...