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Adam Weinberg

Member Since 29 Jan 2016
Offline Last Active May 08 2016 01:04 AM
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In Topic: 120FPS low light camera recommendation

23 April 2016 - 10:29 AM

i think we're going for the gnats gonad aesthetic actually, it's a music video :P thanks for the tips!


In Topic: 120FPS low light camera recommendation

22 April 2016 - 11:06 PM

haha. people. thanks for all the advice but .. the 120FPS shots are part of what will be a mostly 60P shoot, lots of tight shots with appropriately tight lighting, and most of the 120FPS shots will be MACRO. i don't need to shoot with 1 or 2Ks for macro work! :P

 

i know light rentals are cheap, i just can't even begin to get into all the logistics .... i'm simply curious which sensor better handles noise at ISOs 2000 through 3200, it's just something i'd like to take into account! :P but i guess that's an awfully specific question and i should just find a way of determining this on my own..


In Topic: 120FPS low light camera recommendation

22 April 2016 - 03:13 PM

haha nope, rental! looking for feedback from someone specifically who has used 120FPS in relatively low-light with both the FS7 and Red.


In Topic: 120FPS low light camera recommendation

22 April 2016 - 02:41 PM

i would assume a Dragon sensor is more sensitive? a Dragon is a possible rental for us but the most important thing is the cleanest sensor at between 2000 and 3200 ISO at 120P in either 2k or HD. FS7 or Dragon seem like the best options for the budget ($400 to $500 per day tops for camera) based on my research but unfortunately don't have the budget for camera tests.


In Topic: 120FPS low light camera recommendation

22 April 2016 - 10:48 AM

as inexpensive as light rentals may seem, more lights are most likely not in the budget. maybe i can add on a 1k tungsten but it's doubtful. i know i'll have to shoot with a low aperture.. i was planning on shooting the 120FPS footage at a max of F2.

 

my big question is just which sensor will have a better image (subjective, i know) / better noise handling in 120FPS at somewhere around 3200 ISO, a Dragon or a Sony FS7?


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