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    New MK III Raw video from Iceland

    I filmed this video on my Canon 5D MK III + Magic Lantern RAW (1920 x 818).
    Lenses:
    Nikon 300 mm f/2.8 + 2 x extender
    Nikon 14-24 mm f/2.8
    Nikon Micro Nikkor 60 mm f/2.8
    Canon TS-E II 24 mm f/3.5
    Canon CN-E 85 mm T/1.3
    Samyang Cine 35 mm T/1.5
    Grading:
    AE Camera RAW
    Editing:
    Premiere Pro CS6 (Pro Res 4444)
    EVF:
    Alphatron
    Cards:
    KomputerBay 64 GB 1000 x
    Variable ND:
    Letus


    enjoy!

    https://vimeo.com/69526296

    Non sharpened version here:
    https://vimeo.com/69723821
    Last edited by Filippo Chiesa; 07-04-2013, 06:15 PM.

    #2
    Wauw... Nice video, beautiful shots.

    You know, while I was studying photography, there was always one or two icelandic people on the school as well, and every single one had pretty good taste and perception of beauty.
    I attribute that to those guys growing up in spectacular surroundings. I think Iceland along with New Zealand probably are some of the most photogenic countries in the world.'
    But I guess that's besides the point since you are from Italy :P

    In regards to the clip at 1:20, wide angle with a house in the right. Did you have to pull the shadow highlight sliders a lot or how was the dynamic range? You have a lot of information from one end to the other in that shot which can be tough when shooting into the sun.

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      #3
      Thanks legreve!
      Yep, Iceland is a fantastic country.
      The 5D MK III DR is very good and with 14 bit RAW footage you have a lot of informations.
      God save Magic Lantern!
      :-)))))

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        #4
        best thing I've seen with the MK3 raw to date. Very nice!

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          #5
          Originally posted by dustylense View Post
          best thing I've seen with the MK3 raw to date. Very nice!
          Thanks!

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            #6
            Beautiful compositions and color. Great job.
            Ted Ramasola
            Allen, TX, U.S.A


            http://ramasolaproductions.com

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              #7
              As a nikon-shooter it really hurt to see such beauty coming from an canon camera with nikon lenses! For this kind of shooting the D800 is not really great as a videocamera, although perfect as a stills camera, IMO.
              www.edvardstokstad.se

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                #8
                Amazing!
                https://vimeo.com/lyrov
                http://lyrov.gr/

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                  #9
                  Looks great, nice eye but some shots look Post Sharpened though. How much sharpness did you add?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by J.F.R. View Post
                    Looks great, nice eye but some shots look Post Sharpened though. How much sharpness did you add?
                    Normally I don't like to use sharpen in post, but in this video, IMHO, it works expecially in the landscapes.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by stokstad View Post
                      As a nikon-shooter it really hurt to see such beauty coming from an canon camera with nikon lenses! For this kind of shooting the D800 is not really great as a videocamera, although perfect as a stills camera, IMO.
                      I love Nikon lenses and bodies too, but for video purposes, Canon is better and with Magic Lantern RAW is much more better.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Ted Ramasola View Post
                        Beautiful compositions and color. Great job.
                        Originally posted by lyrov View Post
                        Amazing!
                        Thanks guys!

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                          #13
                          Fantastic stuff, FC!

                          The only thing I saw that looked a little bit "off" was that a few of the landscapes looked a bit HDR-ed for me eye. The beauty of raw is that you have the latitude to bring some of those shadows out and the highlights down, but it just felt a little overdone in a few shots.

                          But like I said, beautiful stuff, and thanks for posting!
                          Stephen Mick
                          Owner/Creative Director
                          Skylark Creative

                          weareskylark.com

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Stephen Mick View Post
                            Fantastic stuff, FC!

                            The only thing I saw that looked a little bit "off" was that a few of the landscapes looked a bit HDR-ed for me eye. The beauty of raw is that you have the latitude to bring some of those shadows out and the highlights down, but it just felt a little overdone in a few shots.

                            But like I said, beautiful stuff, and thanks for posting!
                            Stephen, thanks for watching and for your comments.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Stephen Mick View Post
                              Fantastic stuff, FC!

                              The only thing I saw that looked a little bit "off" was that a few of the landscapes looked a bit HDR-ed for me eye. The beauty of raw is that you have the latitude to bring some of those shadows out and the highlights down, but it just felt a little overdone in a few shots.

                              But like I said, beautiful stuff, and thanks for posting!
                              +1
                              This is the only thing I noticed as well. IMO the footage looks great, but if it were less sharpened it would look more natural and probably still hold up. Would really like a non sharpened version or at least less.

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