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John Benton February 22nd, 2006 04:06 PM

This is another reason I am leaning towards the Canon---
The light loss with a relay will be much less than with the lens.
The Canon will be a Fantastic G35 Cam.

Though in my trials, with the stock lens on the Canon, you get Great Depth of Field !


Levan Bakhia February 23rd, 2006 03:01 AM

price I understand is a good part here, but is technology different? is quality better than mini35? is it based the same way on moving GG? is GG in cinemek of a better quality than mini35? does it have less grain than mini35?

Jack Foley February 23rd, 2006 03:23 AM

I have no idea what exactly makes the G35 look better. I guess it is the combination of optics and GG. A good idea maybe to check out their forums. I'm currently on their preorder list for the first 300 devices, they don't take any new orders currently. They have been using a static GG, now they are switching to a moving one (because the static on was not good enough for HD cams it seems) which is of course delaying things.

So if you need something urgent, you need to go with a mini35.

Vincent Rozenberg February 23rd, 2006 03:43 AM

One major difference, from what I know, is that the image doesn't flip back with the G35. The Mini35 does that for a couple of thousand $$ more...

John Benton February 23rd, 2006 07:16 PM


Originally Posted by Barlow Elton
btw, John, if you want I'll send you some frames and clips of some more custom preset tests I've been doing. I'm testing for all sorts of things, including where the CA anomaly shows up most often,(no worries, it's acceptable) and trying different sharpness and color settings. Email me and we'll get in touch.



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