Pocket in Kurnel shot with the BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera

The second BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera video from John Brawley

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The second publicly viewable BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera video has been released by John Brawley and you can see it on his post: Shooting from the Hip Pocket

This one includes some good shots with different lenses both indoors with plenty of skin tones to view up close, but it also has some good golden hour outdoors shots on the sea shore.

Here's a screen shot from the video:

Pocket in Kurnel shot with the BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera

Pocket in Kurnel shot with the BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera

Pocket in Kurnel

John has just allowed us to embed the video! Thanks John!



From John Brawley

I’ve been in deep pre-production for the second series of Puberty Blues.  We start shooting from Monday and it’s always really hectic in the last week of pre.  I’ve been pulling together my kit from the wonderful guys at Panavision and even though we shot with the Alexa last time a lot can happen in 12 months !  We’re up to V7 in the Alexa and the first season was shot using V4.

Also since then, Blackmagic have announced two new cameras.   So far on the second series of Puberty Blues we have two Alexas, A C300 (for surf footage in the water and slow mo) three BMCC’s and now a BMCC pocket.  I’ve been shooting a lot of tests this week and unfortunately I can’t share most of those with you, but I was able to steal a few minutes to shoot with the pocket with the SLR magic 25mm lens.

I was also able to “volunteer” my B camera focus puller Frank Hruby to model for me in the same lighting setup.

Friday was our last day of pre and the guys from Panavision shouted us lunch so I took the camera along.  The camera was being passed around here but it had the 25mm SLR Magic on and was set around T2.8.

More on John's page: Shooting from the Hip Pocket | johnbrawley

   
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(cover photo credit: snap from the video)

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