Posts Tagged ‘Clint Milby

02
Jun
10

ESeminar on DSLR video

This is a very basic intro to shooting HDSLR video.  However, there’s a lot of great info even for those who have been at it for awhile.  Karl Lee Soule via Sf Cutters: Rich Harrington’s eSeminar on DSLR video:

01
Jun
10

Carpe Diem – Canon 7D

I found this little gem, and I  just had to share it.  I’m most impressed with the enthusiasm and expertise of the producer — he got his 7D and ran out shot this video that night.

Avant-Garde short film!

I shot this the first night I purchased my Canon 7D. The idea was to push the ISO to the extreme. Testing very low light settings, the…

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27
May
10

DEADLINE FOR FREE PASS TO CINEGEAR IS FRIDAY 5/28.

If you plan on attending Cinegear in LA on June 4th and 5th, and you want to get in for free — Friday May 28th is your last day to get free admission. Otherwise its $20.

Here’s the link to get your Speed Pass:

cinegear speed pass

26
May
10

USB Dream (Canon 7D Short Film)

I was sent this video, and I have to say I was totally blown away.  It’s got one thing than many of the HDSLR videos don’t have and that’s a story.  This well executed little film comes to us from French HDSLR Shooters, Dark Light Studios.  Here’s more about USB DREAM.

In a near future, humanity uses modules allowing to acquire temporarily all kinds of knowledge. But this technological revolution hides some dark secrets…

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26
May
10

Maxx Paine – Listen to the Rain

My good friend Jim Livesey produced this music video for Universal shot only with with gear he lists below and skeleton crew.  I think he said it took less than a week to produce the entire production.  Great work Jim!

Shot with the Canon 7d, Sigma 30mm 1.4 and Canon 15mm 2.8. Dolly shot was done using an Ikan dolly and Kessler track.

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24
May
10

Letus Announces New HDSLR Gear!

Got an email today from Letus introducing their line of gear for HDSLRs.  Without having seen these devices, I have to say I’m impressed.  I’m impressed with the restraint it must have taken to hold the individual configurations from the market place until they were all completed.  I’m also impressed with the build quality, if they are everything they appear to be, these should be some fine pieces of equipment.

The Letus Talon Series consists of 5 variations of rail system/viewfinder.  The “Talon K5”  (pictured) uses the extended base and Talon riser. This allows you to have a “step” in the telescoping support rods and includes a 90mm long stainless steel front rod extension. This is great for easily repositioning a follow focus or matte box when changing out lenses. The riser gives you more vertical clearance then you would have with a straight telescoping rod.  Cost:  $1384

The “Hawk” viewfinder is a radical new design and doesn’t resemble anything on the market.  According to Letus, “we were not satisfied with viewfinders on the market so using our knowledge of optics, we decided to build our own.”   Unlike others on the market, the Hawkeye uses totally custom optics designed and manufactured by Letus using 3 lenses in 2 groups rather than a single, off-the-shelf diopter.   Cost:  $385.

They even have a cage!   The Letus Talon DSLR cage has a releasable camera plate along with a sliding / removable top bridge. The camera plate can be attached from the bottom or the front of the cage for easy camera removal when transporting. The top bridge can slide on standard 15mm diameter rods.   Price:  $699.

You can find all of these items and their entire line of HDSLR gear at http://letusdslr.com/.

20
May
10

CS5 ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ok — pardon my enthusiasm, but I just have to say, CS5 ROCKS!!!!!!!!! I can’t tell you how gratefull I am for a this program — it’s like buttah! Smooth as glass — I can scrub footage again — but now right out of my 7D!!!!! I haven’t seen smooth scrubbing like this since the days of DV. The program loads smooth…, no glitches. OMG — it’s the sh**!!! Do yourself a favor, if you have a HDSLR, you MUST get CS5!!!! Until you do you’ll be living half a life.

http://www.adobe.com/products/creativesuite/production/?promoid=DIOCI




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