I'm anxious to hear more as well. Enjoy the new toy!
Thread: My Mini 2K is here!
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01-28-2007 01:03 AM
OK. I posted some stills. Be warned: they are 6 MB each.
IMPORTANT: I was unable to get a tripod and head today, so these grabs were taken from shots where I Held the camera by a 12-120mm lens. It was impossible to keep the image still when zoomed in, so there is motion blur.
ALSO: I didn't get the LCD monitor hooked up today, so my critical focus was done by looking at my laptop monitor 5-10 feet away!
I'm not a professional DP. I hope to hook up with a friend very soon and get some better stills and some clips posted. This is just me fooling around to give myself something to play with while learning the software.
Let me know what you think!
Oh, yeah, go here to download the SCREEN GRABS.
PS - my apartment was under lit as well.
01-28-2007 03:18 AM
See if you can get some video clips up. Looking forward to it.
01-28-2007 10:03 AM
- Join Date
- Mar 2005
I'm going to send you a "blank" Speedgrade file for you to mess with.
It will maintain the RAW 10-bit log curve (so you'll be color-correcting from the log file), but it will add the matrix in.
01-28-2007 10:08 AM
BLUESPIDER: I'm hoping to pick up a tripod/head on Monday, then I'll work on capturing some clips worthy of posting.
Spidey: The camera head cost 13,500 (with PL mount), or, if you just want a C mount it is 12,500. The camera head is VERY small, and runs tethered to a laptop via CAT5. The head has only one port for the CAT5, and a power connector. So, you need to factor in a pretty beefy laptop into the cost. Then there is the touch screen LCD monitor, which is about $800, but I think you have the option of buying a non custom one direct from the manufacturer for $400. Other accessories are normal: base plate and rods, handle, pistol grips, batteries, and of course lens.
01-28-2007 10:12 AM
01-28-2007 10:20 AM
- Join Date
- Apr 2006
- New York or Hollywood
He paid in US Dollars. But we will accept payment in Yen :-) !