Well where do I begin...wait how many words can I put here?
This is exactly what I needed! Thank you so much! I live by the the skypanels I'm surprised by Ikan honestly! Does anyone know when they're finally updating the sun? The first model came out 4.5 billion years ago.
I'm interested in whether c-log is similar to c-log2 for the c300 mk2 or c-log1. Or maybe I don't know what the hell I'm talking about.
Someone broke into my car while I was loading in gear.
Where should I be asking? It's not that much money. Back in the day you had to drop this kind of money for a Panasonic AG-HVX200. My buddy just bought an Alexa Mini and a few others got Red Weapons. That's a lot of money to take advice from here.
I actually feel they are one in the same. On commercial work I used the A7S as B-cam. Using S-log2 is slower for me to expose than a Red. Slog2 is good for controlled lighting and making sure you always use a light meter. With the Red Raven I pretty much know what I can get in the shadows and takes more light. If I was just using the A7S without S-log I would agree with you. Coloring would be through DaVince on either camera. Same process in my book :)
Does anyone else feel like the cgi paint takes away from it feeling practical? No doubt the cars being smashed around looks incredible on camera but the yellow object your eye is on is cgi painted. On Mad Max your eye was on the center of frame which was mostly practical. Only the edges of frame were enhanced by vfx. I don't have anything wrong with it I was just wondering if it felt distracting. I actually work for the vfx house that did this movie and I still feel this way.