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Additional features include fast meta data entry and recognition, which speeds up post production as most software recognises meta data now, a very handy add on. Last but certainly not least I particularly like that the Blackmagic uses standard file formats, clearly geared to hit the ground running, this is a very attractive camera that seems to have it all.... and all for a nice price tag too!
For even greater compatibility you can also choose 1080HD recording into ProRes and DNxHD compressed video formats. Blackmagic Cinema Camera is the only camera to support purely open file formats!
taken from blackmagic description - Da Vinci
Blackmagic UltraScope provides technically accurate waveform monitoring with a beautifully designed computer interface. Connect Blackmagic Cinema Camera to any computer using Thunderbolt technology to display 6 live scope views on a single monitor! Use UltraScope on set or in any location for Parade, Waveform, Vectorscope and Histogram signal measurement. UltraScope includes picture view, audio level and phase monitoring!
- The ultrascope is much higher resolution - smaller parts of the frame (say, a streetlight in the background or a specular highlight on a face) can be very difficult to see on the Resolve scopes, or may not appear at all.
'Anyone who finds endings easy is either a genius or a sadist' So said Osbert Wilde, Oscar’s little known younger brother. If endings were easy then fewer movies would fail at the box office and script-writing would be less of a headache, with fewer abandoned for want of a convincing denouement, to say nothing of unconvincing stories.
There is no magic potion to fix movie endings (if there were and I knew how to make it, I wouldn’t be writing this blog - I would be sitting on my island in the Bahamas