One of the amazing developments with this new sensor is the ability to shoot the same full sensor raster or size at different resolutions without having to crop.
Typically when shooting at different resolutions we’d expect that the sensor would have to window or crop.
Here’s some examples shot using the in-camera scaling, shooting at 8K, 4K with some frame rate variations as well.
I also included a 4K Super 16 crop shot that was shot at 220 FPS.
Apologies for my grading skills, there’s a little bit of a difference shot to shot, but that’s down to my lack of skill in these things more than anything.
Like any new camera, it does take a while to learn how to get the most from the grading of these shots. Remember that this was shot with an early pre-production prototype, using older boards so the noise and colour isn’t final.
I also tried a couple of different looks with the last few sequences. I personally think the 8K 60 FPS material was especially lovely.
I really enjoyed the colour and nuance. I feel like I am seeing more colour variations in the actors faces. Seeing the blues and pinks of the late sky, the colours from their clothes and environments.
Let me know your thoughts, ask some questions and enjoy !
Robert Hamilton @roberthamilton_official
Miriam Miano @miriamiano
Kat green @katharinegreen