Archive for '5D2'
Posted on 06. Nov, 2013 by planetmitch.
Yesterday, Mark Nickelsburg sent me an email – and I get plenty of these every day – asking me to have a look at his film “Harry Grows Up” – and many times, I watch the first bits of things that get sent in and I can see that they’re good, but nothing jumps out […]
Posted on 30. Oct, 2013 by fletch murray.
QUESTION: Is the resolution, color space and dynamic range of Magic Lantern’s RAW video that much better than h.264? Judge for yourself. Here’s a side by side test we did – a blonde with extremely fine, almost white hair in a black silk robe. Blond Ambition Here’s the RAW vs h.264 video Does Magic Lantern […]
Posted on 21. Oct, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
One of the oldest questions around the DSLR market has always been “how many shutter actuations does my camera have?” In fact, one of the most popular posts in the past was this planet5D article “Canon EOS 5D Mark II shutter count actuation utility” Well now, there’s a new player in the game! Just released […]
Posted on 17. Sep, 2013 by planetmitch.
Recommendations This is a pretty great read for #video and #film peeps. Available for FREE at t.co/jgQ5UAGLaM #Planet5D… t.co/tsK9NC6xX8 — Aaron Lee Seldon (@AAbombs) October 22, 2013 Happy 5th Birthday to the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and the HDSLR Revolution! A few weeks ago, it dawned on me that we probably should do something […]
Posted on 13. Sep, 2013 by planetDustin.
Hello planet5D time-lapse junkies. Dustin Farrell here. I am happy to announce that my course on how I time-lapse start to finish is now online at Lynda.com. You can view the entire 17 minute course here. In order to watch the entire film you will have to get a monthly subscription to Lynda. I must […]
Posted on 05. Sep, 2013 by planetmitch.
I love showing off art being created with HDSLRs! You’ve seen me post a lot of different kinds of art (yes, mostly short movies) but this one is fairly unique and Jeff Frost has given us a look inside his fantastic pieces. He’s also looking for some support on his kickstarter project. Hello planet5D! My […]
Posted on 13. Aug, 2013 by fletch murray.
If Mitch found out they were selling new Canon lenses for 75% off you’d expect him to tell you about it. Well, pro training in digital filmmaking is being offered at 75% off it’s normal price if you took our Cine Boot Camps. Victoria, of California Photo Festival, wants you to learn DSLR filmmaking. A […]
Posted on 12. Aug, 2013 by fletch murray.
In the last year, I’ve said goodbye to my older brother and my mom. I was impressed by their care providers in Oklahoma, my home state. Now I learn that not all elders are treated properly. So we’re tasking the filmmaker graduates of our Cine Boot Camps to create a series of mini-docs to rescue […]
Posted on 12. Aug, 2013 by planetmitch.
A few weeks ago, planet5D was sent a significant update from A1ex over at Magic Lantern announcing 14 stops of dynamic range for the Canon EOS 5D Mark III and Canon EOS 7D – and at the time, he didn’t think there was any chance that other cameras might get the same excitement… well, over […]
UPDATED: “Mirror City” simply astounding timelapse of cities turned into amazing kaleidoscope images.
Posted on 18. Jul, 2013 by planetmitch.
Dustin Farrell (planetDustin) just alerted us to “Mirror City” by Michael Shainblum – a truly amazing kaleidoscope timelapse of cities around the USA. This new treatment of timelapse will just blow you away! And I mean it! Sit down and watch it full screen and loud. UPDATE: I sent Michael some questions and he’s provided […]
Posted on 05. Jul, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
Also dug out of the email hell that is my inbox… Igor Bertolucci sent in this little documentary he produced that we wanted to share… Biordi Video Documentary Italy 2012 I am a 5D video filmmaker and manager of an Italian ceramics store in San Francisco. I would like to share with the community a […]
Posted on 05. Jul, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
We love to highlight ways you guys are getting different views of the world, and many of you are fascinated by trying to “fly” your cameras – so here’s a sample of work being done and sent in by Chris Futcher – and it includes gear from Freefly – the makers of the MōVI – […]