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Old January 27th, 2005, 05:15 AM   #1
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P+S Image Converter with Sony HDR-FX1

hi there
i shot for 1 week ( 20.01.2005 ) on the sony FX1 HDV, with the p+s mini35 image converter.
the shooting went very well, i`m very satissied with the result, but convince your self
and have a look on the follwing link:

http://www.hmanvisions.com/videos/fettesbrot.mov

the promo is for a famos german artist and we shot the promo in capetown, south afrika.
in case of any question don`t hesitate you contact me.

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Old January 27th, 2005, 08:26 AM   #2
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For further discussion as well as a list of lenses used, see this thread in our FX1 / Z1 forum.
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Old January 27th, 2005, 06:12 PM   #3
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Old January 27th, 2005, 07:58 PM   #4
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Just wanted to say thanks for posting this.
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Old January 27th, 2005, 08:58 PM   #5
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Wow. That looked great. I'd probably work on the asteroid, but that's about it.

Was it shot on the FX1 or FX1E? What mode was it shot at? 60i? CF25?

What did you color correct with? Any use of Magic Bullet?
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Old January 28th, 2005, 12:35 AM   #6
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Hi christopher,
that was simply incredible!!!

What lenses did you use with that? What NLE were you using and was there any 3rd party color correction plugins used?

Sorry for all the questions. I was excited to see that clip.

Thanks for sharing that video.
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Old March 3rd, 2005, 10:22 AM   #7
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I gather Chris is in demand at the moment so I hope he doesn't get too upset for posting some stills he sent to me

http://s31.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=3...E03NEJ1VXEGEJ8

if you have seen the video - it sort of dispels the notion that the FX1 is a reality show cam
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Old March 3rd, 2005, 03:01 PM   #8
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finally i see something, yesterday i got my fx1 conecting kit for my mini35 i cant wait to test it this weekend !!!
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Old March 16th, 2005, 01:51 AM   #9
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Fettes Brot - NEW LINK

hi guys,
i have new linksss,

Artist: Fettes Brot "Emanuela"
http://www.ch71.de/clips/fettesbrot.mov
Camera: Sony FX1 HDV, with P+S Image Converter
Lens: Zeiss Super Speeds,
Post: Color Correction, DaVinci

Artist: Annett Lousian "Das Gefühl"
http://www.ch71.de/clips/annett_lousian_das_gefuel.mov
Camera: Sony MSW-900P IMX-MPEG-2, with P+S Image Converter
Lens: Zeiss Super Speeds,
Post: Color Correction, DaVinci

Artist: Thom "Principle Of Joy"
http://www.ch71.de/clips/thom.mov
Camera: Sony MSW-900P IMX-MPEG-2, with P+S Image Converter
Lens: Zeiss Super Speeds,
Post: Color Correction, DaVinci

Artist: Musafa Sandal feat. Gentalman "Isyankar"
http://www.ch71.de/clips/mustafa.mov
Camera: Sony MSW-900P IMX-MPEG-2, with P+S Image Converter
Lens: Zeiss Super Speeds,
Post: Color Correction, DaVinci

Artist: Annett Lousian "Das Spiel"
http://www.ch71.de/clips/annett_lousian_das_spiel.mov
Camera: Sony MSW-900P IMX-MPEG-2, with P+S Image Converter
Lens: Zeiss Super Speeds,
Post: Color Correction, DaVinci

Artist: Bintia feat. Xavier Naidoo "Tage und Stunden"
http://www.ch71.de/clips/bintia_tage.mov
Camera: Sony MSW-900P IMX-MPEG-2, with P+S Image Converter
Lens: Zeiss Super Speeds,
Post: Color Correction, DaVinci

Artist: Patrick Nuo "Undonne"
http://www.ch71.de/clips/patrick.mov
Camera: Sony MSW-900P IMX-MPEG-2, with P+S Image Converter
Lens: Zeiss Super Speeds, Cooke Lens
Post: Color Correction, DaVinci

Artist: Silver "Love Is An Angel"
http://www.ch71.de/clips/silver.mov
Camera: Sony HD F900, with P+S Image Converter
Lens: Zeiss Super Speeds,
Post: Color Correction, Final Cut Pro


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Old March 16th, 2005, 03:08 AM   #10
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Re: P+S Image Converter with Sony HDR-FX1

<<<-- Originally posted by Christopher Haering : hi there
i shot for 1 week ( 20.01.2005 ) on the sony FX1 HDV, with the p+s mini35 image converter.
the shooting went very well, i`m very satissied with the result, but convince your self
and have a look on the follwing link:

http://www.hmanvisions.com/clips/fettesbrot.mov

the promo is for a famos german artist and we shot the promo in capetown, south afrika.
in case of any question don`t hesitate you contact me.

best regards
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Old March 16th, 2005, 04:51 AM   #11
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hi christopher first those are great videos, i have a sony fx1 mini35 setup and also what i do is shot music videos so im really intrested on your input on the fettesbrot video, what settings did u use? CF30,24 or 60i ? what about your expirience shooting with two lenses, did u use the automatic settings on the camera, iris,shutter,gain ect..?
thanks and again wonderful work!
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Old March 16th, 2005, 05:42 AM   #12
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Re: Fettes Brot - NEW LINK

<<<-- Originally posted by Christopher Haering :

Artist: Silver "Love Is An Angel"
http://www.ch71.de/clips/silver.mov
Camera: Sony HD F900, with P+S Image Converter
Lens: Zeiss Super Speeds,
Post: Color Correction, Final Cut Pro


best regards
christopher häring -->>>

That's interesting... A lot of their previous clips have been done by the same Belgian production company and when I first saw this one on tv it struck me as being a different style... which is a very good thing because too many belgian videos are made by the same people and they all look the same.

I must say I was convinced it was film when I first saw it.

nice one.

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Old August 9th, 2005, 11:42 AM   #13
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IMX and P+S convertor pro

But i like this format better than anyother formats in your work.
IMX and P+S rocks. Its cool. It looks better than HDV my personal opinion.
Why its not IMX for other projects? Is it expensive?
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Old August 12th, 2005, 02:35 PM   #14
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HI Chris (hallo)

I have checked out some of your videos and first of all, I must say thanks for putting your stuff here so that others can see what can be done with the equipment you are using.

The fettes brot movie ahd some good shots, but I think it was way to static. It doesn't stand out . And the cuts from scenes are too standard, not moving...while the music is moving and party-like. Too much unnecesarry scenes make it hard to follow and continue watching. The good thing is the shot with the sun. And the shots in the desert are amazing.

The other movies (nnete lousian movie) are beautifully shot. Pretty girl, nice subway shots. Again, it doesn't stand out but lots of the shots are shot by a profesional. You can see it. Continuity lacks (something is lacking in the cuts of the scenes from one scene to another). It lacks diversity, But nice colours and eveyrhing.Nice shot almost at the end of the close up shot.NIce.

Another thing that struck me is the use of the dissolve effects in all of your movies. DOn't use it too much.The thom movie is the most natural I think. Nice shots. Looks like youa re in the shot yourself. NIce colours, vibrant. Nice. DOF is amazing. The shots in the open sku with the cars...great!
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Old August 25th, 2005, 08:38 AM   #15
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Rafeal & Christoper - what version series did you use with the mini35?

Thanks.
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