Please read my blog post for all the info you need including how the cameras were set up. Which cameras were used and so much more!
Part 1 is about resolution. Part 2 is skin tones, codecs and low light – www.philipbloom.net/?p=16350
Please remember the C300 is pre-production so may not be representative of the final image
Dear MovieMaker (and Shaker!) for Yeshua,
Today is the first day of your (continued?) unleashed creativity in film. With today’s phones (one of which, you’re highly likely to have in your pocket or on your desk within reach – right NOW) and with today’s inexpensive cameras (like the following), you can scribble some ideas on a piece of paper (or phone) and script, storyboard and shoot a short film, promotional video, commercial, music video or (even) a feature length, Biblically-based sci-fi and then market and distribute that puppy to the world.. from your kitchen table.
That makes for quite a load of opportunity on your lap. Really, the most expensive budget item is your time!
So! Without further ado, I want to share 2 articles for the day –
One which focuses on my favorite 2 prosumer cameras, the Panasonic GH2 (mine) and the Canon 60D – http://dslrhd.com/2010/12/panasonic-gh2-vs-canon-60d/
And another which features the comparing of these types of low-end cameras (my GH2 with the Driftwood 170 MB hack) up against the current crop of higher-end, state-of-the-art professional cameras out there – the Canon C300, the Sony FS100, F3 and Panasonic AF101 – http://philipbloom.net/2012/01/06/christmas-shootout/