Test footage on location - in Ultra High Definition 4K
Some test footage here from our camera, using a variety of lenses and colour grading techniques. Of interest to the technical fans more so than your general film fans perhaps, but here it is anyway.
The camera is a Blackmagic Production Camera which shoots at 4K. If you want to be technically accurate it is actually UltraHighDefinition, but there is not much difference. Basically it is 4 times the size of your normal high definition picture.
YouTube now allows you to play back 4K if you select it in the settings.
A few details -
This was a windy day and next time I would use a heavier tripod
We favoured the wide angle lens the most in terms of style as it gives a more 'Western' film look
Shot using the ProRes HQ codec
Grading done with MagicBullet Looks
I didn't bother to add the flags to the matte box and the light bounces between the lens and ND filter in some shots, lesson learned there
We thought we could use the built-in screen as a monitor - wrong! A sunny day makes it impossible to use
Lenses used were -
Samyang 35 and 85mm cine primes
Tokina 11-18mm wide angle
Canon stills zoom lens 75-300mm
Had a standard Canon 50mm lens, which I didn't like so much
Lastly, hope you can support this 4K production here - http://kck.st/1pmJ3hL