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Member Since 28 Nov 2010
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In Topic: RECSEA Blackmagic Pocket Test

06 February 2015 - 12:17 PM

No feedback? Tough crowd ;)

In Topic: BMPCC underwater filming setting

05 January 2015 - 11:02 AM

Great video! How much work was involved in editing the DNG files?

My goby slr-zoom has broken this week. Only had it a few months. Alas did I keep the receipt. No. I think the salt got to it.


Thanks! I did all my editing in Premiere Pro because that's what I am use to. Still working on getting up to speed on Davinci Resolve. That being said, PP gives you the option to do a quick WB/tint which helps out a lot, then I adjusted with Fast Color corrector. 


I took my focus on almost every dive (approx 25+). Still in great working order. I made sure to rinse and also move all legs in fresh just to make sure salt wasn't left anywhere.

In Topic: BMPCC underwater filming setting

12 December 2014 - 10:56 PM

I hope you don't mind me chiming in here. I recently had the opportunity to use the first RECSEA BMPCC housing earlier this year in the Philippines. I just got around to releasing my video clip:



I have a fairly extensive write-up on the vimeo page about the housing if anyone is interested. I'd be happy to answer any questions here as well. 


It was really the first time working with Prores/CinemaDNG files for me. I've primarily been a dSLR shooter (on land), but having the latitude that the BMPCC provides in such a small package was really the big selling point to getting the camera in the water.


In regards to support, I primarily used a Joby Focus with the Ballhead X. For me, this was a extremely versatile item. 3 points of contacted worked for me easily, and when I didn't need the support, I would invert two of the legs upwards, which would work as side grips, which would allow me to keep my rig smaller by not having to add additional grips. 

In Topic: WTB Recsea Housing for my canon S95

11 December 2014 - 01:27 PM

Did you end up finding a housing? Where are you located?