A short look at how ARRI Master primes perform against Zeiss Mk3 Superspeeds in low/available only light. We were particularly interested in looking at focus breathing, sharpness and contrast and lens flare when both ranges were wide open at T1.3.No post corrections. In camera Rec709 applied only. All material shot at 800 ISO on ARRI Amira. Please watch in fullscreen!
1. Super 16mm/Standard 16mm Film Camera 2. 150fps Capable 3. Integrated Timecode Module
1. Lightweight 35mm Film Camera Ideal For Steadicam Or Handheld Use 2. 75fps Capable 3. Rare 4-Perf Option
We took delivery of our first Arri Amira, and chose Venice as an interesting venue to really test if this is a camera for documentary. We travelled with minimal equipment to reflect a single user shoot for quick gathering of coverage, depending as much as possible on what was available in camera. For example no matte box as we relied on the in camera ND filtration.The images are all natural/available light and have not been treated in post as we wanted to get to know the in camera grading features. Please pardon some inconsistencies and whacky colour palates!Images shot by Joseph Dunn. The song used is 'Underground Vibes' by DJ Cam.For a full after shoot review of this exciting new format, please visit our website www.focus24.tv/featured/amira-shapeshifter
In association with Focus24 we are proud to present theological horror "God's Kingdom". We took the opportunity to speak to director Guy Soulsby and cinematographer Nicholas Bennett about the film and the experience of assembling a short film of real distinction. You can watch God's Kingdom right here. High quality headphones recommend!
It's a gloriously sunny day and an unusually serene day in the office. So what better way to take advantage than getting out and shooting? Like visiting an old friend you've not seen in years, we chose to give the Cooke 18-100mm a spin. And it really was a pleasure catching up.*Images exclusively captured with the Cooke 18-100mm T3.0 *Shot on ARRI Amira in Prores 444 @ 2K *All images captured in REC709 with some light balancing in post *The music track is 'The Haunting Idle' by The War On Drugs