Perpetually fascinated and curious about visual story telling.
I think Ben was merely trying to share his experiences with a new camera, for which many of us are grateful. He pretty clearly states that it's not a exhaustive or even thorough review. And while it's neither of those two things, it was still informative, and I'm sure others appreciated it as well. It's not really cool to hate on someone who put time and effort in to support a community.
Thanks for this, Kyle. I've been really interested in this camera and playing with some footage will really tell a lot.
Thanks Ben! I've been really curious about this camera and there's not too much content or reviews online to judge from. Your contribution is appreciated.
Blah and noisy? Though I find the image quite pleasing, I'm open to your to defense of why you think it's 'blah'. But where are you seeing noise? Every sample I've watched from this camera has wonderful detail in the shadows with only subtle yet pleasing grain at 5000iso shooting at night. And for the record, you'll need about $16k to get a scarlet-w up and running.
I found your video on vimeo the other day and it really sold me on this camera. Beautiful work. Curious how to get 65mm film looks from this camera, though. Care to share?