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Re: DXL Millennium and 8K Monstro

Rakesh Malik
 

From what I understand, Light Iron has built its own look for the Millenium cameras that does differ from the "stock" Monstro look. I think it's essentially an in camera color grade rather than some proprietary technology, and it's available for Red cameras as part of the Panavision accessory kit for Red.

This is however based on articles from Panavision and Red, and chatting with Michael Cioni at Cinegear rather than personal experience, as I haven't had an opportunity to use a Millenium DXL except in Panavision's booth.

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On Fri, Oct 4, 2019 at 3:43 PM Jonathon Sendall <jpsendall@...> wrote:
Does anybody know if there is a colour science (or any other colour difference) between the DXL Millennium 2 and the Red Monstro on which the DXL 2 is based?

cheers

Jonathon Sendall
DP, London UK


DXL Millennium and 8K Monstro

Jonathon Sendall
 

Does anybody know if there is a colour science (or any other colour difference) between the DXL Millennium 2 and the Red Monstro on which the DXL 2 is based?

cheers

Jonathon Sendall
DP, London UK


Re: Farewell from Michael Cioni

LE POULAIN Jean-Yves
 

All the best Michael for this new life

Warm regards,

John-Eve

 

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De : cml-raw-log-hdr@... [mailto:cml-raw-log-hdr@...] De la part de Michael Cioni
Envoyé : vendredi 20 septembre 2019 23:52
À : Michael cioni
Objet : [cml-raw-log-hdr] Farewell from Michael Cioni

 

Friends-

After being a founder of Light Iron 10 years ago and having the privilege of spending the last 4 years with Panavision, it is with a heavy heart and an immense sense of gratitude that I say goodbye to my positions within these incredible brands.

 

Since 2009 you have all graciously allowed me to serve you in creative and technical ways.  You have taught me so much and I wanted to thank you for your support, encouragement, challenges, and numerous victories.

 

Thank you all for the best 10 years of my life.

If you'd like to stay in touch, feel free to contact me at michaelcioni@...

 

The very best,

 

Michael

 

--

 

 

 

Michael Cioni

Senior Vice President of Innovation

Panavision & Light Iron

 

Los Angeles

6381 De Longpre Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90028

p: 323.472.8300

c: 323.428.6767

++++++++++++++++++++++

New York

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New York, NY 10012

p: 212.775.0020

c: 323.428.6767

 


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Re: Farewell from Michael Cioni

Mark Sasahara
 

Best of luck to you, Michael! As others have stated we are all looking forward to what's next. No pressure :~)

I had the pleasure of attending one of your presentations at Arri a few years ago.

Cheers,

-Mark Sasahara, DP, NYC




On Fri, Sep 20, 2019 at 5:51 PM Michael Cioni <michael@...> wrote:
Friends-
After being a founder of Light Iron 10 years ago and having the privilege of spending the last 4 years with Panavision, it is with a heavy heart and an immense sense of gratitude that I say goodbye to my positions within these incredible brands.

Since 2009 you have all graciously allowed me to serve you in creative and technical ways.  You have taught me so much and I wanted to thank you for your support, encouragement, challenges, and numerous victories.

Thank you all for the best 10 years of my life.
If you'd like to stay in touch, feel free to contact me at michaelcioni@...

The very best,

Michael

--



Michael Cioni
Senior Vice President of Innovation
Panavision & Light Iron

Los Angeles
6381 De Longpre Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
p: 323.472.8300
c: 323.428.6767
++++++++++++++++++++++
New York
580 Broadway 8th Floor
New York, NY 10012
p: 212.775.0020
c: 323.428.6767


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Re: Farewell from Michael Cioni

Bob Kertesz
 

Best ever explanation of HDR at Cameraimage last year!


Michael is a knowledgeable and enthusiastic presenter. I've enjoyed watching him every time I've attended an event where he is speaking, and even learned something on occasion :-).

-Bob

Bob Kertesz
BlueScreen LLC
Hollywood, California

Engineer, Video Controller, and Live Compositor Extraordinaire.

High quality images for more than four decades - whether you've wanted them or not.©

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Re: Farewell from Michael Cioni

 

Michael Cioni wrote:
“...it is with a heavy heart and an immense sense of gratitude that I say goodbye to my positions…”

Clearly everyone here will be following your next adventure.  
Good luck on it all ! 

mdp

Mark Doering-Powell, ASC
LA based DP 


Re: Farewell from Michael Cioni

Geoff Boyle
 

Looking forward to hearing about what comes next.

 

Whether I agree with you or not at times, you’re never boring 😊

 

Best ever explanation of HDR at Cameraimage last year!

 

cheers
Geoff Boyle NSC FBKS
EU based cinematographer
+31 637155076

www.gboyle.nl

www.cinematography.net

 

 

From: cml-raw-log-hdr@... <cml-raw-log-hdr@...> On Behalf Of Michael Cioni
Sent: 20 September 2019 23:52
To: Michael cioni <michaelcioni@...>
Subject: [cml-raw-log-hdr] Farewell from Michael Cioni

 

Friends-

After being a founder of Light Iron 10 years ago and having the privilege of spending the last 4 years with Panavision, it is with a heavy heart and an immense sense of gratitude that I say goodbye to my positions within these incredible brands.

 

Since 2009 you have all graciously allowed me to serve you in creative and technical ways.  You have taught me so much and I wanted to thank you for your support, encouragement, challenges, and numerous victories.

 

Thank you all for the best 10 years of my life.

If you'd like to stay in touch, feel free to contact me at michaelcioni@...

 

The very best,

 

Michael

 

--

 

 

 

Michael Cioni

Senior Vice President of Innovation

Panavision & Light Iron

 

Los Angeles

6381 De Longpre Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90028

p: 323.472.8300

c: 323.428.6767

++++++++++++++++++++++

New York

580 Broadway 8th Floor

New York, NY 10012

p: 212.775.0020

c: 323.428.6767

 


This e-mail is the property of LightIron Digital LLC. It is intended only for the person or entity to which it is addressed and may contain information that is privileged, confidential, or otherwise protected from disclosure. Distribution or copying of this e-mail, or the information contained herein, to anyone other than the intended recipient is prohibited.


Farewell from Michael Cioni

Michael Cioni
 

Friends-
After being a founder of Light Iron 10 years ago and having the privilege of spending the last 4 years with Panavision, it is with a heavy heart and an immense sense of gratitude that I say goodbye to my positions within these incredible brands.

Since 2009 you have all graciously allowed me to serve you in creative and technical ways.  You have taught me so much and I wanted to thank you for your support, encouragement, challenges, and numerous victories.

Thank you all for the best 10 years of my life.
If you'd like to stay in touch, feel free to contact me at michaelcioni@...

The very best,

Michael

--



Michael Cioni
Senior Vice President of Innovation
Panavision & Light Iron

Los Angeles
6381 De Longpre Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
p: 323.472.8300
c: 323.428.6767
++++++++++++++++++++++
New York
580 Broadway 8th Floor
New York, NY 10012
p: 212.775.0020
c: 323.428.6767


This e-mail is the property of LightIron Digital LLC. It is intended only for the person or entity to which it is addressed and may contain information that is privileged, confidential, or otherwise protected from disclosure. Distribution or copying of this e-mail, or the information contained herein, to anyone other than the intended recipient is prohibited.


Re: A Few More Details About Sony's New Full Frame FX9 Camera

Bob Kertesz
 

Just got an email from B&H in New York that their price for the camera
body  is $11K, and with a 28-135mm f/4 lens it's $13.5K.

No affiliation with B&H aside from buying stuff from them on occasion.

-Bob

Bob Kertesz
BlueScreen LLC
Hollywood, California

Engineer, Video Controller, and Live Compositor Extraordinaire.

High quality images for more than four decades - whether you've wanted
them or not.©

* * * * * * * * * *


On 9/13/2019 4:13:01 AM, Filmmakers via Cml.News wrote:
I'm unfortunately not able to attend IBC this year, but I got a sneak
peek at Sony's new Full-Frame "hybrid" combining features of the FS7,
Venice, and Mirrorless camera lines last week in Los Angeles.  With
the start of IBC, the embargo has now been lifted, so here is a link
with a few more details than the rumors that have been circulating:

http://www.digitalcinemasociety.org/news/new-sony-fx9-full-frame-digital-cinema-camera-dual-base-iso#read

James Mathers
Cinematographer
Founder of DCS
Studio City, CA


Re: A Few More Details About Sony's New Full Frame FX9 Camera

Mark Sasahara
 

Yes, this is good. The FS7 & FS5 were also a benefactors of that philosophy, I believe.

I've started to need a smaller, low profile camera for shooting on the streets, run 'n' gun, gimbal and as a one man band. The Panasonic GH5/GH5S are nice because they shoot 10 bit 4:2:2 internally and have decent AF. It would be nice to see Sony have 10 bit internal 4:2:2 on the A7 line. The eye AF and Phase Detection are accurate.

Mark Sasahara, DP, NYC

Mark Sasahara
  marksasahara@...
   718-440-1013
    http://msasahara.com



On Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 11:52 AM Bob Kertesz <bob@...> wrote:
The buried lede in the article:

"Sony has recently combined their professional camera divisions handling higher end Cine Alta Digital Cinema cameras such as the Venice, with groups handling the more budget sensitive, small form factor models such as the FS7, along with their professional mirrorless cameras like the A7 line."

Most large companies with multiple product lines selling into the biz have sharply delineated markets, and the people in the higher segments are quite adamant about not including higher end features in the lower end segment products in order to not cannibalize potential sales of the higher end products.

Sony has apparently decided to forego that model, which means it's likely higher end features will begin to appear in lower end products, the FX9 being the first example of that concept.

-Bob

Bob Kertesz
BlueScreen LLC
Hollywood, California

Engineer, Video Controller, and Live Compositor Extraordinaire.

High quality images for more than four decades - whether you've wanted them or not.©

* * * * * * * * * *

On 9/13/2019 4:13:01 AM, Filmmakers via Cml.News wrote:
I'm unfortunately not able to attend IBC this year, but I got a sneak peek at Sony's new Full-Frame "hybrid" combining features of the FS7, Venice, and Mirrorless camera lines last week in Los Angeles.  With the start of IBC, the embargo has now been lifted, so here is a link with a few more details than the rumors that have been circulating:

http://www.digitalcinemasociety.org/news/new-sony-fx9-full-frame-digital-cinema-camera-dual-base-iso#read

James Mathers
Cinematographer
Founder of DCS
Studio City, CA


Re: A Few More Details About Sony's New Full Frame FX9 Camera

Bob Kertesz
 

The buried lede in the article:

"Sony has recently combined their professional camera divisions handling higher end Cine Alta Digital Cinema cameras such as the Venice, with groups handling the more budget sensitive, small form factor models such as the FS7, along with their professional mirrorless cameras like the A7 line."

Most large companies with multiple product lines selling into the biz have sharply delineated markets, and the people in the higher segments are quite adamant about not including higher end features in the lower end segment products in order to not cannibalize potential sales of the higher end products.

Sony has apparently decided to forego that model, which means it's likely higher end features will begin to appear in lower end products, the FX9 being the first example of that concept.

-Bob

Bob Kertesz
BlueScreen LLC
Hollywood, California

Engineer, Video Controller, and Live Compositor Extraordinaire.

High quality images for more than four decades - whether you've wanted them or not.©

* * * * * * * * * *

On 9/13/2019 4:13:01 AM, Filmmakers via Cml.News wrote:
I'm unfortunately not able to attend IBC this year, but I got a sneak peek at Sony's new Full-Frame "hybrid" combining features of the FS7, Venice, and Mirrorless camera lines last week in Los Angeles.  With the start of IBC, the embargo has now been lifted, so here is a link with a few more details than the rumors that have been circulating:

http://www.digitalcinemasociety.org/news/new-sony-fx9-full-frame-digital-cinema-camera-dual-base-iso#read

James Mathers
Cinematographer
Founder of DCS
Studio City, CA
_._,_._,_




A Few More Details About Sony's New Full Frame FX9 Camera

James Mathers
 

I'm unfortunately not able to attend IBC this year, but I got a sneak peek at Sony's new Full-Frame "hybrid" combining features of the FS7, Venice, and Mirrorless camera lines last week in Los Angeles.  With the start of IBC, the embargo has now been lifted, so here is a link with a few more details than the rumors that have been circulating:

http://www.digitalcinemasociety.org/news/new-sony-fx9-full-frame-digital-cinema-camera-dual-base-iso#read

James Mathers
Cinematographer
Founder of DCS
Studio City, CA


Re: Sony SR Viewer not using GPU when exporting 8K

Tobias Wiedmer // Cine Chromatix
 

Hi Ulf,
 
have a try with Assimilate Scratch Trial. That should do the job. And get back to support@... if you have any questions.
 
here is a link:
 
cheers,
Tobi
_____________________
Tobias Wiedmer, C.S.I.
Lead Colourist 

Cine Chromatix KG 
Goethestraße 85 
10623 Berlin 

phone: 030/32780580 
email: tobias.wiedmer@...


Sony SR Viewer not using GPU when exporting 8K

Ulf Soderqvist
 

Hello Friends,

I am working on a project where we are to extract 8192x4320 from SR RAW shot on F65. Not working very well tried just about everything including trying to get an answer from Sony. Took them 3 days to get back with absolute nonsense. It is my understanding that SR Viewer is the one and only way to get the 8K out of the RAW files. I have checked the Nvidia RTX2070 card in the preferences even switched to GTX1080ti, still there is no GPU 0% support in the export and the CPU load is only about 30%. Anyone out there who can give me a hand. Hopefully someone from Sony with some interest of helping.

Thanks,

Ulf Soderqvist
DP/LA


Re: Rawlite OLPF on mini ursa pro g2

Geoff Boyle
 

I was very impressed with the Rawlite OLPF in the G1 and have removed it from that camera ready to install in the G2 I have here but I’m waiting until I a) finish other tests and b) work up the courage 😊

 

cheers
Geoff Boyle NSC FBKS
EU based cinematographer
+31 637155076

www.gboyle.nl

www.cinematography.net

 

 

From: cml-raw-log-hdr@... <cml-raw-log-hdr@...> On Behalf Of Lukas Kronsteiner
Sent: 19 August 2019 08:41
To: cml-raw-log-hdr@...
Subject: [cml-raw-log-hdr] Rawlite OLPF on mini ursa pro g2

 

Would you recommend the usage of the rawlite OLPF also on the mini ursa pro g2, anyone any experience with this combination?

Lukas, cameraman, Austria 


Rawlite OLPF on mini ursa pro g2

Lukas Kronsteiner
 

Would you recommend the usage of the rawlite OLPF also on the mini ursa pro g2, anyone any experience with this combination?

Lukas, cameraman, Austria 


Sony pvm user:pass?

Video Assist Hungary
 

Hi all
Anybody know the user/pass for the terminal access into a Pvm-a170 monitor?



Thanks
Balazs Rozgonyi
CEO Video Assist Hungary
Sent from my iPhone


Sony Venice Questions: FW4.0 Upgrade and 4K 2.39 bitrates

Paul Nungeßer
 

Hello everyone,

After all the helpful feedback I received last time, I’ve got two more questions regarding the Sony Venice. Has anyone upgraded their camera to Firmware 4.0 yet? What are your experiences regarding turnaround time? 

Also, I cannot find the bitrates for X-OCN (any flavour) in the 4K 2.39 Imager Mode - anyone privy to these? Especially 24p in X-OCN LT is relevant for us, but I would like to know the bitrates for HFR as well. 

Best regards,
Paul (based in Berlin)


Paul Nungeßer
Director of Photography

Mobile: +49 176 458 72097




Re: Red 512 gb mini mag class action lawsuit

Geoff Boyle
 

As a more full time listmum I agree with Mark.

 

Move it to Chat.

 

cheers
Geoff Boyle NSC FBKS
EU based cinematographer
+31 637155076

www.gboyle.nl

www.cinematography.net

 

 

From: cml-raw-log-hdr@... <cml-raw-log-hdr@...> On Behalf Of Robert A. Ober
Sent: 17 July 2019 22:59
To: cml-raw-log-hdr@...
Subject: Re: [cml-raw-log-hdr] Red 512 gb mini mag class action lawsuit

 

On 7/17/2019 12:29, Bob Kertesz wrote:


I don't know about monitors, but the ruling on audio amplifiers has long ago been rescinded by the FTC.

____________________

Thanks for that.  I thought it might be true or just not enforced.  Shame that consumers are not held in higher regard by our government.

The monitor one appears to still be in effect.

I'm a boomer but still willing to fight:-)

Robert

IT and Video guy in Houston, TX


Re: Red 512 gb mini mag class action lawsuit

Robert A. Ober
 

On 7/17/2019 12:29, Bob Kertesz wrote:

I don't know about monitors, but the ruling on audio amplifiers has long ago been rescinded by the FTC.

____________________

Thanks for that.  I thought it might be true or just not enforced.  Shame that consumers are not held in higher regard by our government.

The monitor one appears to still be in effect.

I'm a boomer but still willing to fight:-)

Robert

IT and Video guy in Houston, TX

581 - 600 of 1984