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TMDFilms
08-03-2011, 05:44 PM
Hello happy FS100 users. Here is a quick video I did on the 35mm adapter SGblade. I have had many wonderful moments with this adapter and wanted to do a quick farewell piece. Shot with the FS100 using a Nikon 105mm micro and a 17-35mm zoom.




http://www.vimeo.com/27255494


Thanks! Damon

mrk177
08-04-2011, 10:37 AM
RIP... Enjoy the Fs100!

kicap
08-07-2011, 01:12 PM
Do you have any footage captured previously with your SGBlade that I can have a look?
Anyway great choice of music. You could have done better with connecting the lens shot I believe....hehehehhee

TMDFilms
08-09-2011, 10:24 AM
mrk177
RIP... Enjoy the Fs100!




Oh, I am. The more I use it, the better it gets.


kicap
Do you have any footage captured previously with your SGBlade that I can have a look?
Anyway great choice of music. You could have done better with connecting the lens shot I believe....hehehehhee



I have a few pieces on vimeo that were shot with the Blade. Gunnison Country (http://vimeo.com/15820493) and Blades of Oil (http://vimeo.com/15821128) were my first test pieces back in 09. I shot two short films: Reset (http://vimeo.com/19609871), a 72 hour film where the first scene was given to us and we produced the rest. I used RR2 for that one. And Armageddon Kitty (http://www.tmdfilms.com/thearmageddonkitty/), a romantic comedy. I used RR3 for this one. It was nice to be able to change out the imagers for different depth of field looks. (Armageddon Kitty will soon be released online next month.) As for my connecting the lens shot, I tried... oh I tired very hard.

Thanks! Damon

kicap
08-10-2011, 06:08 AM
Damon,

Those footage looks very sharp with the SGBlade!! What camera it was coupled with?

TMDFilms
08-10-2011, 01:49 PM
Damon,

Those footage looks very sharp with the SGBlade!! What camera it was coupled with?

The Blade was married with a Sony EX1. Which was a very good combo. But the FS100 completely replaces the EX1/Adapter setup. I now use the EX1 solely as an ENG camera.

Damon