I'm not saying goodbye to my Nikon glass nor bokeh in code promo glory 47 general, and the chance of adding some Canon lenses with another adapter in the future would be lovely - specially if my wallet ever does thicken.
Is the scaled image noticeably better than that les gagnants au loto of the bmpcc in either ProRes or RAW?
Correct me promos aereas if I'm wrong, but if the bmpcc is a native ISO 800, the SpeedBooster would de facto turn into a native 2,500 ISO - great for carrying smaller lights if not competing with the sun or windows.
Let me pose some questions and add a few details about the problems I'm planning to face with either camera: - I'll be delivering purely HD for at least two or three more years (I live in Mexico, a country that's usually a few years.
Which do you think is the least noisy of them?I've used dslr for most of my very few years of shooting video, and I'd really love to see something with clear shadows instead of those pools of dark noise.Specially in low light.In the 3rd critics promo, shooter Steve Weiss pushes co-host Philip Blooms buttons while on a boat to Alcatraz Island.I've decided to get a Speed Booster for whichever I buy (and the 12/3 exposure increment for the BM is specially tempting.).
Which do you like the most?
Dynamic range and the quality of color in low light.
PS - sorry for my wacky english, I'm not used to writing in this language.
I'm about to buy bmpcc or a GH4.
Thanks for reading, I know I lack a lot of reading about these cameras, and I appreciate your patience towards my ignorance.Home Critics Season One Critics Season One: Promo Two 13yr Old Critics.A 4K ready camera is not a bad thing, but it's not essential.I'm not sure of which one would suit me best, and IÂd like to hear some comments. .I'm interested in the experience of everyone who is kind enough to share it, and I don't expect a consensus. .ND is not an issue that bothers me at all.In a few months I'll be shooting stuff for TV, and IÂd like to take one of these gals as a B-Cam for an XDcam and a Varicam in different productions.I know it's not only the camera, any tips on technique for getting nicer shadows would be welcome.I shoot an awful lot of weddings and independent stage shows.