ProVideo Coalition: Review: The Panasonic AU-EVA1 4K Cine Camera

https://www.provideocoalition.com/review-panasonic-au-eva1-4k-cine-camera

“Panasonic’s $7,345 AU-EVA1 is a Super35mm single-sensor camcorder with a 5.7K Bayer-mask sensor, an EF lens mount, variable frame rates, and 14+ stops of dynamic range, recording on SDXC cards using log, HLG, and standard gamma renderings. Its compact, boxy body with removable rotating side grip is like that of the Sony FS5, but its images, menus, and touchscreen monitor make it feel more like a junior VariCam LT, with maybe a pinch of DVX200 added into the mix….”

The Panasonic AU-EVA1 4K Super 35 cinema camera, raw recording coming soon via external recorder.

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Rigging for the Panasonic AU-EVA1 constructed on SmallRig Basic Accessory Kit for Panasonic EVA1 2099 with a range of other SamllRig accessories.

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B&H Explora: How to Assemble a Video Camera Shoulder Rig

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/video/tips-and-solutions/camera-rig-building-101/bi/19115/kbid/10779

DSLRs and mirrorless cameras are small, light, and can get into spaces traditional cinema and ENG cameras just can’t. However, DSLRs and mirrorless cameras are not meant to work on a film set all day long—it just isn’t in their ergonomics. This is especially true if you are planning on handholding a camera all day, or working with accessories such as follow focus units, zoom motors, or external monitors….”

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Noam Kroll: Color Grading Rant: Why Protecting Your Dynamic Range Is Killing Your Aesthetic

http://noamkroll.com/color-grading-rant-why-protecting-your-dynamic-range-is-killing-your-aesthetic/

“As we all know, high dynamic range is one of the key ingredients needed to achieve a cinematic look.

This of course is because most of us really equate “cinematic” with “filmic” (whether we realize it or not), and images captured on film traditionally have had far more dynamic range than digital footage… With the exception being reversal film, but that’s for another article….”