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Update from the DP – Camera Test Specs

May Camera Tests:

UNIT 1

Sony PMW F3

Arri Camera Accessories

Sachtler Support

Zeiss Superspeed Lenses

Panasonic LCD Monitors

Aja KiPro Mini Recorder

Tiffen Filters

UNIT 2

Sony PMW EX3

Manfrotto Support

Aja KiPro Mini Recorder

Tiffen Filters

IMAGE

F3:

-Super 35mm CMOS sensor CineAlta 1920×1080 (HQ) @ 23.98

-Record onto CF Cards (Delkin UDMA6 32GB, 625x/91mbps)

-Into KiPro Mini external recorder 10-bit 4:2:2 Apple Pro Res HQ

EX3:

– 1/2” 3CMOS Sensor CineAlta 1920×1080 (HQ) @ 23.98

-Record onto CF Cards (see above process)

TEST

Image comparison w/ F3 and EX3 from CF Cards

Image comparison w/ F3 from CF Cards and EX3 from SxS Cards

Filter Test

ALTERNATIVE IMAGES

SONY to PL mount onto EX3 w/ prime lens for possible use as “memory shots”

 

Stay tuned for results…

 


4 comments

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2 Lucila Centeno { 05.25.11 at 10:05 am }

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3 Jason { 08.31.11 at 1:46 pm }

Had a question about the F 3/Ki Pro combo. i have the same setup but i have noticed a dead pixel in the Mini footage I do not see on the SxS footage. Have you noticed anything like this?

4 Eve M Cohen { 08.31.11 at 4:32 pm }

We did not do any tests recording to both the KiPro and SxS simultaneously, however I did record at times in camera SxS and externally to the KiPro and did not notice any problems with pixel loss. I wonder if it might be the card you are using in the KiPro. Have you seen this dead pixel on multiple SD cards? If not, it might be a bad data sector on the card itself.

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