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Ralph Oshiro
06-11-2006, 03:14 AM
DAYLIGHT INTERIORS/EXTERIORS--Manhattan Beach, California:

Sony DSR450: FILM gamma 1; exposure unrecorded; 0dB gain; 5600K manual; 24PA; 1/48th shutter on; detail off.
Light source: Dayight.

http://www.24framefilms.com/mb-01.jpg

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Ralph Oshiro
06-11-2006, 03:17 AM
DAYLIGHT INTERIORS/EXTERIORS--Manhattan Beach, California:

Sony DSR450: FILM gamma 1; exposure unrecorded; 0dB gain; 5600K manual; 24PA; 1/48th shutter on; detail off.
Light source: Dayight.

http://www.24framefilms.com/mb-02.jpg

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Ralph Oshiro
06-11-2006, 03:18 AM
DAYLIGHT INTERIORS/EXTERIORS--Manhattan Beach, California:

Sony DSR450: FILM gamma 1; exposure unrecorded; 0dB gain; 5600K manual; 24PA; 1/48th shutter on; detail off.
Light source: Dayight.

http://www.24framefilms.com/mb-03.jpg

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Ralph Oshiro
06-11-2006, 03:20 AM
DAYLIGHT INTERIORS/EXTERIORS--Manhattan Beach, California:

Sony DSR450: FILM gamma 1; exposure unrecorded; 0dB gain; 5600K manual; 24PA; 1/48th shutter on; detail off.
Light source: Dayight.

http://www.24framefilms.com/mb-04.jpg

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Ralph Oshiro
06-11-2006, 03:22 AM
DAYLIGHT INTERIORS/EXTERIORS--Manhattan Beach, California:

Sony DSR450: FILM gamma 1; exposure unrecorded; 0dB gain; 5600K manual; 24PA; 1/48th shutter on; detail off.
Light source: Dayight.

http://www.24framefilms.com/mb-05.jpg

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Ralph Oshiro
06-11-2006, 03:24 AM
DAYLIGHT INTERIORS/EXTERIORS--Manhattan Beach, California:

Sony DSR450: FILM gamma 1; exposure unrecorded; 0dB gain; 5600K manual; 24PA; 1/48th shutter on; detail off.
Light source: Dayight.

http://www.24framefilms.com/mb-06.jpg

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Ralph Oshiro
06-11-2006, 03:28 AM
DAYLIGHT INTERIORS/EXTERIORS--Manhattan Beach, California:

Sony DSR450: FILM gamma 1; exposure unrecorded; 0dB gain; 5600K manual; 24PA; 1/48th shutter on; detail off.
Light source: Dayight.

http://www.24framefilms.com/mb-08.jpg

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mikkowilson
06-11-2006, 03:56 AM
...Nice stuff here too. I deffinatly agree about the good shadow detail, hgouh you do clip teh very whitest fo whites in some shots I think (picky picky).

Good clean looking blur on that car, and the DoF speaks for itself (as normal for 2/3").


No Venice though...


- Mikko

Ralph Oshiro
06-11-2006, 04:06 AM
Thanks, Mikko. You gotta admit, it took balls to spend $12,000 cash money on a STANDARD-DEFINITION camera in this day and age! But the darned thing looks pretty good! Venice, here I come . . .

mikkowilson
06-11-2006, 04:24 AM
Nothing wrong with standard deff. Heck, my current job still has me shooting in 4:3.And I dont' see HD as a necesety in Europe for a long time yet either.
Besides, I just dropped well over $20k on an Steadicam with a SD monitor. (thoguh I can change later). HD's isn't everything yet.

When HD really begins to matter, the right gear will be available to do it. :)

- Mikko.

vidled
06-11-2006, 06:32 AM
Fantastic grabs, Rez; many thanks for posting them.
Might of missed this, but what lens[es] do you have?

Ralph Oshiro
06-11-2006, 10:53 PM
Thanks. I have the Fujinon A20x8.6BRM 2/3" 20:1 (8.6-172mm) internal focus, ENG/EFP lens that came with the B+H bundle. At its widest, the lens shows a 55 horizontal, and 42 angles of view. It's also fairly fast--f/1.8 at its widest aperture. It retails for $2,899 new from B+H, but cost next to nothing bundled with the camera.

It's nice to have a relatively long 20:1 lens to shoot with, and it goes fairly wide for a standard lens. The lens does exhibit a fair amount of barrel distortion at the wide end--a bit more than I was expecting. But it seems razor sharp, and bears little chromatic aberration, except in the most extreme lighting situations. For the money, I'm sure it can't be beat.

filmmaker1977
06-12-2006, 12:59 AM
You gotta admit, it took balls to spend $12,000 cash money on a STANDARD-DEFINITION camera in this day and age!i don't need to admit it, those are the right words.. well, you know what i'm thinking.. anyway, different people, different needs.. kudos for your work! :)

vidled
06-12-2006, 04:33 AM
Fujinon; okay cool. Nice package choices at B&H!
Gotta admit, that is one helluva camera for such a low price. I see they have a 3k$ mail-in rebate going on until September too. Amazing stuff, and with grabs like this, I reckon you'll have a good, workable cam for years to come [despite your SD concerns].

Dino
06-13-2006, 05:48 PM
I just did some depth of field tests with my DSR-450WS and a Pro 35/Super Speed Prime vs. a DVX 100 and 450 w/standard Fujinon zoom. Check out the thread.

I also did matrix emulations of the Panasonic SDX 900 and DVX 100A for the 450.

It was good to spend some hours with the cameras side by side. I'll post a thread about what I thought of the 450 compared to the Pannys.

Jeff Regan
Shooting Star Video
www.ssv.com

Ralph Oshiro
06-14-2006, 08:02 PM
I also did matrix emulations of the Panasonic SDX 900 and DVX 100A for the 450.Can't wait to see those, man! I've been fiddling in Premiere Pro to get a flatter, more filmy look outta my DSR450. Cranked the chroma down, raised the blacks, and lowered contrast a bit. The night exteriors look a bit more DVX100-ish now. Dying to see what matrices you came up with!