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May 17, 2010 20:03 |  #1

So what did everyone think? I think were gonna be seeing alot more of this type of filming in the future.

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May 17, 2010 20:29 |  #2

I really like the depth of field these cameras/lenses give.


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May 17, 2010 20:30 |  #3

The DOF seemed too shallow at first but I just wasn't used to seeing it like that on TV. All in all I thought it was pretty cool. I wonder how much light there was under all that "rubble".


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May 17, 2010 20:48 |  #4

I expected to see more 1st person camera angles, but in all, I was impressed.


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May 18, 2010 00:03 |  #5

It was pretty awesome. The price/performance ratio of this equipment is unbeatable. I'm very excited to see where this goes.




  
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May 18, 2010 09:51 |  #6

I noticed the depth of field difference in the opening shots but then later in the episode it looked more like regular tv. Not sure if I got used to it or what.


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May 18, 2010 10:32 |  #7

looking over it now. my sister is a fan. very cool use of brokeh

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May 18, 2010 10:38 |  #8

I missed it. I'll have to watch it online tonight.


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May 18, 2010 12:17 |  #9

It really didn't look insanely different than before, but it was a pretty good episode after a bunch of bad episodes.




  
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May 18, 2010 12:48 |  #10

I thought it was pretty neat to see the shallow dof, especially in those scenes posted above. a lot of the show looked just normal for the standard shots. i was only able to watch the show in standard def though :(


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May 18, 2010 16:18 |  #11

The filming they did just makes me realise there's a lot more to making an awesome looking piece of film than a DSLR and a fast lens... so much goes into lighting and good framing and movement and great colour grading... I've got a lot to learn!

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May 23, 2010 03:27 |  #12

What Benesotor said. There is more to that episode than just the camera. They could have achieved similar results with the Sony F35 or the Red. A lot of it was in the lighting.

But never the less. it's good to see that a big network like Fox allowed it to be used in broadcast applications. It may change the way a few new productions do things.


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