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Using Canon EF Lenses On The BlackMagic Cinema Camera To Shoot A Short Film


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Den Lennie from F-Stop Academy shot this behind the scenes video that documents James Tonkin as he creates visuals for his short film “A Night at Nine Elms” with the EF-Mount version of the BlackMagic Cinema Camera. James talks about his experiences with the BMCC and discusses using Canon EF lenses. See the final short film in the full post.

One of the early issues was the lack of ability to see the aperture setting, but a firmware update has since fixed that issue. What’s impressive is because of the small form factor of the camera, and it’s low-light capabilities, James is able to do some run and gun shooting at night with only natural light to illuminate his subjects.

Below is the final short film made by James Tokin.

 

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