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Is there no digital photography cameras that try to actually emulate film like the Digital Bolex?
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>>3761595
fooji
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>>3761598
Fuji does a shit job at it
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>>3761602
no u
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>>3761602
fuji is the best you'll ever get in 2020 mate.
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>>3761613
: (
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Closest you're gonna get on a budget is a 7d with magiclantern recording raw video.

I know the cameras are completely different but its the raw files you're after, with them you'll be able to grade the image much more than any 8bit funny video coming out if a modern mirrorless.

If the raw workflow is too much hassle, then a fuji recording f-log and some funny lut's is the closest you're gonna get with little effort. Its not gonna convince anyone but it'll look very good.
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>>3761622
I'm not autistic enough to learn to color grade although I really wish I was
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>>3761624
If you want good video SOOC then a fuji is deffo what you want, you gotta grade digital bolex or any raw video for that matter for it to look anything other than gray porridge.
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>>3761624
>I want to film
>I don't want to color grade, that's autism
Do you have any health issues?
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>>3761701
Color grading is lots of math and learning complicated things
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>>3761704
Math? I'm a retard and I colour graded. I'm not very good at it and I find it really tedious. It's not so much about the math as it is about it being a technical skill that is quite boring to put to work
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>>3761707
I read that being serious about emulating film involves math but maybe that was just for something specific.
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>>3761715
The only serious thing here is how fucking retarded you are. Jesus Christ. Shut the fuck up
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>>3761595
>digital photography cameras that try to actually emulate film
Yes, Sigma cameras with Foveon sensors.
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>>3761717
I am retarded my friend I will give you that but I have not said anything wrong
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>>3761718
Interesting. Any models specifically you think are worth checking out?
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>>3761739

Any Sigma Merill.

They only resemble slide film, not colour negative / movie stock.
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>>3761624
Learn to colour grade, or get the Nik presets I think they’re free now, or just shoot film
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I’m selling my digital bolex if you want it
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if you just shoot raw, apply a saturation luminance curve, and apply some halation to the highlights you'll be 90% there
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>>3763290
also try not to blow out the highlights as much as possible bc film retains highlights well and you need to apply a curve to roll off your highlights like this
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>>3761595
If I wanted to emulate film I'd shoot film. But I actually like the "digital look" or more specifically, what I'm able to do with digital RAWs.
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>>3763320
Anyone here have experience with the Nikon Z6 raw video? How does it compare to the Sony or Canon cinema camera raw video?
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>>3763320
This. I won’t be the autist that rants about how digital can’t look like film but if you want that “look” for multiple projects would it really hurt to actually shoot it so little to nothing needs to be done in post?
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>>3761595
a red komodo and post processing. Komodo has global shutter like film cameras and enough data to push your video to any look

this is BMPCC emulating 16mm and looks really close to it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZsoP5sxvXo
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>>3763256
how much and why are you selling it
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can't find any of these on ebay, where could i even get one of these and how much do they cost? the allure of global shutter is so strong
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>>3768387
>the allure of global shutter is so strong
why exactly? the new has a global shutter but not sure if it's worth that much more than the bmpcc6k
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>>3768536
for production it definitely makes a difference, vfx is harder to track with rolling shutter
for me i just want it badly
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>>3768563
So better for green screen?
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>>3768685
masking objects when you're whipping around
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>>3761595
Just get an old school film camera And use it, there a lot of fun.... If you're smart and keep an eye out for Expired film stock at decent prices you can save a lot of money.

Here's a couple films I put together on 16mm using a nerly 100 year old camera.

https://youtu.be/1boZL_3PtoM

https://youtu.be/Elhnagjp3iA





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