Nå har de første bildene fra det nye kamera til Blackmagic Design Ursa kommet.Den australske fotografen John Brawley har gjort en test – dog med litt eldre optikk så skarphet blir litt vanskelig å se. Men det er på web uansett så ta det for det det er verdt.
Han sier dette om testen:
This clip was shot over a period of about 90 mins. I filled three of my four 128Gb SanDisk CFast 2.0 cards and did it on two Vlock batteries. Many of the shots were done before sunrise. Pretty impressive for 400 ISO @ T4 at that frame rate. All shots are ISO 400, 60 FPS at 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) ProRes HQ except for just one which was 24 FPS, the shot of the sun actually rising in shot.
One thing to note. The Cooke 25-250 zoom is a vintage lens that’s over 30 years old. It’s quite soft on the edges even when the centre is sharp. You’ll also see a lot of chromatic aberration. It’s hardly what you’d call a modern lens design. But I like it for it’s personality. I used the True ND 9 and 1.5 once the sun was up.