...and small time rental house in Copenhagen.
Hehe... Just occured to me that lightning always seems to strike just outside the house in movies... Otherwise the timing of the flash and thunder would be different :)
Hmm... I dunno what it is, but I feel like I exepected more from this camera.
The highlights and saturated colors looked dead awful in that slow mo vid. I mean... really awful.
And what was up with those jitters in the slide shot? Hopefully that is either an idiot pulling the sled or a function you can disable.
It looks nice in 4k, but even on a 4k monitor it's not like I'm going "wauw that's amazing!"
Is it only 4:2:2 in hdmi out? Or will it do it internally as well.... really can't see why we can't get rid of that 4:2:0 bs we've been stuck with for years in dslr's.
Sorry, didn't know freeze frames were in again ;)
I love how BMD is slowly killing off Premiere and AE.
I would stay clear of Radeon cards as well... they really aren't that good, unless ofcourse you can't afford something proper, then they will always be rated as "fine".
Larger SSD drives will run faster, and if you get one large SSD for your work drive instead (1 tb or something like that) then you can let go of the idea of having several mechanical drives.
My current setup is 1x 500gb SSD for OS and apps - 1x 1tb SSD for work files (ssd's negate the idea of separating source / export drives) - 1x 4tb mechanical storage for raw and finished edits.
I also see an issue in you choosing an i5 processor since it has no hyperthreading, so while it technically has a nice clock speed, it will only run 4 threads when working.
If you chose an i7 you'd have 8 threads to work for you and that would be felt on render times.
Any chance you could wait and save up a little more money to invest in a 4k ready machine instead? I don't think your proposed setup will last you 4-5 years (without you becoming frustrated at some point...) since it's all old tech by now, and if you one day decide or find out that you want to upgrade and / or need something like 64gb of ram, then you motherboard wont support it.
Investing in a x99 motherboard would give you some headroom in the long run since they will take up to 128gb.
Then ofcourse everything as to match to that from there on :)
Didn't think it was that dramatic at all.... it wasn't particularly gory or anything.
I thought the season ending of GOT was more unnerving that this.
And if you want it even more torturous, then go watch the 2013 edition of "Maniac"... now that has some really nasty death scenes in it.
Heck evne "Eden Lake" has some stomach wrenching scenes.
This, in Jurassic... was almost comical.