Does this EVA1 footage live up to the hype?
We first heard rumors about Panasonic's new digital video camera leading up to NAB 2017, and when we finally saw the original specs at the Cine Gear Expo, we declared that it might be the ultimate indie cinema camera.
The EVA1 features dual native ISO, 5.7K (5720 x 3016) resolution on a Super 35 CMOS sensor, a 10-bit 4:2:2 internal codec for 4K and full HD and internal data rates up to 400 Mbps all for under $8,000.
As part of Panasonic's official launch of films created with the camera, the company has released footage shot by Italian DP Filippo Chiesa, as well as other behind-the-scenes videos for 4K viewing.
DP Filippo Chiesa
The first was shot in Iceland by director of photography Filippo Chiesa, with color grading done by Frédéric Savoir at Amazing Digital Studios.
While Chiesa was filming, DP Matteo Mezzadri and his crew followed the real world situation of the shoot.
Near To Superstition
In a BTS video, director/DP Elle Schneider talks about her short Near to Superstition and working with the EVA1's dual native ISO and and 5.7K Super 35mm sensor. The full short is expected to be released soon.
In this BTS video, DP/producer Johnny Derango talks about his short Radio 88 which also utilizes dual native ISO. The full short is expected to be released soon.
- 5.7K (5720 x 3016) Super 35 CMOS sensor
- Dual native ISO
- 4K 60p, 2K 240p
- V-log & V-gamma
- Up to 400 Mbps internal data rates
- 4:2:2 10 bit internal codec
- ND filter wheel (2/4/6 stops)
- EF mount, EIS capable
- SD card recording
- XLR Audio
- Touch panel LCD
- HDMI & SDI outputs
So what do you think of the footage? Let us know in the comments below.