...and small time rental house in Copenhagen.
Super... now give a test where there's no obnoxious music so we can hear how noisy that FF is....
That ending.... man.... it was down right perfect.
About he C200... if you are "pro" enough or have clients with high demands, you're not going to use the C200, you'll get Red or Arri.
If you are indie / low budget film maker, what are you going to do with all that raw data in terms of storage and handling in post?
The lack of a decent internal codec makes a weak camera imo. The EVA-1 will crush the C200...
Hard to say when we don't know which lights you have in the first place.
Punchy LED lights will still come at a high price. Lupo has made a LED fresnel light that has the output of a 2k tungsten light (roughly): Lupo Light 2000
Rayzr 7 is a bit more punchy than Lupo and has better color rendition than the Lupo in the pure red (92 vs 65.3)
Then there's the Aputure lights... I find them interesting. I think I'll have to go borrow one so I can see what they can do. Currently they have a 120T and 120D and they can operate on batteries.
But soon they will release a 300D and T lamp which has a good deal of light out put.
To get anything remotely like a small HMI in terms of output you have to fork out big bucks to ARRI.
If I had the money for it, I would definitely get the ARRI 10L-C and some Skypanels.
But I guess the Aputures will do for now ;)
I would hands down go for the lights with the best color rendition compared to price. You can't fix color spikes in post.
Agreed... you could really just buy some par cans and blast them through some muslin or gridcloth / silk. They are cheap as help and as color accurate as any tungsten.
Heat issues ofc.
Which is spring 2018...