This is sorta cool, but honestly, color temp correction does not strike me as all that intuitive...It claims light and color match adjustment - and based on my test trying to correct a flat profile image to match a rec 709 one, it did a HORRIBLE job...like not even close. I can match color temp in two seconds, and it didnt even do a perfect job to start in the video, which means it is NOT one click...hmmm, i'm not sure that im all that impressed with this...Davinci has done this for a looong time. I'd rather see them focus on BUG FIXES rather than new features that don't work all that well..
mmmm it is kind of trolling when a group of people rant about spelling mistakes in the comment section of said website. Trolling is simply making a provocative statement to get a rise out of people. Correct me if I am wrong, but you are saying in your post that these comments are meant to bring NoFilmSchool's attention to them...when people are calling the writing horrendous and cookie cutter, that is trolling. If it were really about trying to insight change, the most effective way to do so is to get a group of people to write direct messages to the site rather than in the comments.
Magic Lantern is absolutely still relevant in my opinion. It doesn't just give you video features...it gives you raw video. Raw video that, though 1080, with lower dynamic range, still produces a better image than the Panasonic and Sony mirrorless cameras that are competing right now. Magic Lantern gives you 14 bit color and color is what makes the biggest difference to me when comparing all these cameras - Its what makes a shot feel more real because the skin tones are perfectly accurate, with smooth gradation in slight color changes, no blemishes. Plus Sony still have a lot of work to do on their color science to be on par with Canon. They are getting there, but I am still totally satisfied with my 5d3.
Show me what you've done right now. Seriously. Lay out your best piece of filmmaking for me to check out.
I thought he did a killer job with a 24 hour shoot. Why not be ambitious? He clearly was going for a natural lit ambient image, which is pirely taste. Who are to say he didnt put it through its paces?
I agree! Nothing that impressive here, at that price point. I don't see why i would pay more than $15,000 for this camera..
The colors were definitely not impressive...hopefully that was more so the colorist, because Canon is supposed to be known for its color - which is also the only reason some folks didn't cross over to the A7s ( though i find the A7s color to be great once you understand the camera). Anyone else notice how messed up the reds looked? The blood on the son's head looks damn near violet as he is coming out of the building towards the end. hmmmmmmm