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    (and Phantom) Yazoo
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    Don't know if people can see this..

    https://www.facebook.com/Yazoo/videos/2248496388497834/

    3 days in the studio with a Phantom flex 4k and FS7.. for 7 seconds of square facebook compressed mush

    (shot other flavours too and billboard stills)

    50/60p 4k very handy on the FS7, virtually all of my studio work is shot at that speed really - a big issue to my considerations of swapping to a camera without 4k-50-10bit.

    Drone had blades turning but was attached to a crane to 'fly' it.

    Lit with my 4 LUPO light package.. a push at 1000FPS.


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    It's a horrible format, and a horrible platform to produce films for. I'm going through the same hell with two of my clients at the moment. Pictures scrubbed-up nicely though Sam, despite the lack of light.
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    The format was not provided, so basically this is a crop of 16:9.. hopefully the 'wide screen' will appear somewhere.

    Unexpected cropping/aspects basically mean such projects 'must' be shot 4k and compose a little loose - Im learning that - and why I advocate 8k as 'useful for advertising' but 'useless' for narrative cinema - no one ever needs to view the whole 8k frame!

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    Canon still taken by my cohort Paul.
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    Nice work Sam, you really captured the "wait, is that chocolate actually CGI?!?!" look!! :-D Did you use any N/R in post?

    Can't see the still unfortunately, something about "invalid attachment".

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    I didnt do any post. The Phantom files looked like proper raw from a 2010 stills camera (a bit clippy at the top end)

    Didn't see any noise.

    Bus ad.. where the liquid was CGI or not from us anyway.

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    But they let you hire in a phantom.... are you forced to pay for an operator as well? We are here in CPH... sucks big time. I was asked to finde a pricing for some exploding food in slow slow and that Phantom package took almost half the budget


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    Yep - we were forced into an operator. Didn't make much difference to me - he was a nice chap and helpful - but my regular A/C lost a days work

    On day 2 (FS7) I was assisted by Paul from my office, who took the stills and provided the drone (he a licenced/insured operator) and assisted me.

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