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Premiere Pro lets you import and edit QuickTime formats natively including Apple ProRes and MOV files that Canon 5D and 7D cameras capture. You can clip metadata without any transcoding, rewrapping, or logging and transferring required.
Does it really cost more to create a black and white sensor, or is Leica just artificially creating a price point for such a unique Leica camera? And why would we want a black and white only sensor anyway?
To get a higher resolution picture. A color sensor typically has 1 red, 2 green and 1 blue sensor for every 4 pixels. This means if you take a black and white test chart and illuminate with a pure blue LED light only 25% of the cameras will see the chart. 75% will see black.
IR UV-VIS-IR and HR conversions are much, much easier. To convert B&W, you have to remove the sensor coverglass and the CFA. Neither operation is trivial! The biggest issue with converting any camera is doing a clean conversion. There are shops out there that consist of a guy converting a camera to IR-Only on his kitchen table. But to do it well with really clean glass takes special equipment and techniques.
As far as monochrome conversions, we are the only shop that we know of that can do it. I once talked to a guy that runs the largest camera repair business in the USA with over 1,000 technicians about the monochrome conversions. He said they tried and came to the conclusion that a monochrome conversion was impossible. I found some discussions many years ago from some experimenters that used some hot toxic solvents, but, they never showed more than a small sample of their conversion and seemed to have given up.
The Leica is going to be a more perfect camera since it was made to be monochrome. Typical conversions can have small traces of CFA left typically around the edges or other minor stuff that can be an issue for the pixel peeper types, though not an issue for practical shooting.
Since they are Leica and Henri Cartier-Bresson was such an influential photographer, I can see why they would create such a camera. Do you think Nikon, Canon or Sony will do the same?
For any monochrome or other specialized camera, the biggest problem is that it is specialized. The market is not that big, so even if you figure out the technical side, you still have to find the sales. For the big guys like Sony, Olympus, Nikon and Canon, the sales numbers for niche cameras will kill the line. For a little shop like us, we can find customers, but, keep in mind that we convert cameras to IR-Only 590nm, 630nm, 660nm, 715nm and 830nm; to High Resolution (no OLPF), UV-Only, monochrome, UV-VIS-IR, vegetation stress and more. And cameras are only one part of what we do which includes specialized cameras filters, phosphors, lights and inks.
That depends on the camera model and how well it goes. It is not uncommon to kill a sensor and have to start from scratch with a new sensor, though we are getting better with each conversion. Some sensors are harder to work with than others. We usually budget at least a day of work at this point though it can sometimes take a few days.
The bigger sensors have more surface area so they take more work. Some cameras are really complex to take apart. When we take some cameras apart, you end up with over a 100 small parts on the workbench. Other cameras are more straightforward.
You can visit their website and read more about the black and white conversion and what it does, view sample photos and even download some RAW versions to play with yourself. I highly suggest you do. Check out their cameras for sale here, and let them know you heard about it on this blog!
There is only so much tonal range that a person can see with his eye, less so when they look at a BW photo and even less so they care about, if they really care about picture taking. Leica is getting silly with their lenses with more and more resolving power, and now a monochrome camera. It is apparent that Leica cannot compete in the other areas it needs to and has now become a one trick pony.
Cinematic DOF closely matches real-world cameras, similarly to Circle and Bokeh DOF, you can see circular shaped Bokeh (out-of-focus areas) with sharp High Dynamic Range (HDR) content. This method uses a procedural Bokeh simulation that provides dynamic resolution stability and alpha channel support while being faster, scalable, and optimized for projects developing on desktop and consoles.
Here we have the multiple points (1) representing objects captured by the camera to a defined Focus Distance (2), in this case, the blue subject. The Aperture (4) defines how blurred objects in the foreground and background will be that is not in focus, and, finally, the Focal Length (5) of the lens controls the field of view, or how zoomed in the image will be.
Normally when you would adjust the Aperture settings of a real camera, you'd have to also adjust the Exposure settings at the same time to maintain same light intensity received by the filmback/image sensor. However, in UE4, this is not a real camera, so adjusting the F-stop and Diaphragm does not control the light intensity.
To demonstrate how this works, drag the slider to change the Lens Focal Length to be between 50mm, 75mm, and 100mm. Notice how effectively it changes the shot's Field of View (FOV); as the focal length increases, the FOV decreases. You can think of the focal length as being similar to zooming in with a camera, except when doing so, the the out-of-focus areas of the shot in the background and foreground are becoming more pronounced. In the example below, you can see this when changing between a focal length of 50mm and 100mm; the shot appears mostly in focus throughout the foreground but when using 100mm focal length, it's easier to see that the background is more out of focus and the foreground has a minimal amount of blur too.
The Focus Distance is the distance from the center of the camera lens to the subject of the shot that is put into focus, creating a focal plane. The closer the camera is to the subject, the more the background will end up out-of-focus.
To demonstrate how this works, drag the slider to change the Focus Distance between 4m, 7m, and 10m. Adjusting the Focus Distance adjusts the Focal Plane (purple dotted line) in the scene, indicating where the in-focus region of the shot is. The blue reference point in the diagram uses the Character as the focal subject here, so as the camera shifts shot focus (black/gray area above) to different parts of the scene, objects in the foreground and background will shift too. Starting with 4m, the Police car in the foreground is in sharp focus and the character is out of focus in the background. The blue reference in the diagram indicates this with its focal point intersection in front of the filmback. At 7m, the character is completely in focus with background and foreground objects out of focus. At 10m, the construction barriers are in sharp focus and the character and Police car are out of focus in the foreground. The blue reference in the diagram indicates this since the intersection point extends beyond the filmback. Through all these Focus Distance changes, the DOF effect increases or decreases depending on an object being in the foreground or background.
Bokeh DOF refers to the name of the shape that can be seen in photos or movies when objects are out of focus. This method renders a textured quad for each pixel using a user-specified texture to define a shape with which to reproduce the effect of a camera lens.
Controls how much the blurred geometry extends beyond its usual silhouette and its opacity. A value of 0.18 gives a fairly natural occlusion result. A value of 0.4 may be necessary to solve layer color leaking issues. Very small values (less than 0.18) generally result in negating the blur effect, though can work well when objects are very near to the camera.
Grab the section where the egg is being cracked and then drag it on top of the video track one step above. Now, find exactly when the egg is in the air on top. Match the beginning of this video clip with the other half.
Make sure you add the animation keyframes on the different scenes and then add the position adjustments as well. This will also add the hand-held camera effect to your video. You can then rotate the video with the editing keyframe option. Make sure to slightly rotate the instances of keyframe and then add the same value or different keyframes.
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It took the company years to get here, but in 2018 Nikon finally released a series of full-frame mirrorless cameras to compete with the likes of Sony. However, the Z6 has been superseded by the Nikon Z6 II, and Nikon is no longer selling it new as of 2023 in most markets.
Other than slight differences here and there, the Nikon Z7 is the same as the Nikon Z6, just with a 45 megapixel sensor rather than 24 MP. They even have the same camera body and button layout. You can check our Z6 vs Z7 comparison to see how similar they really are.
As you can see, the main specification that differs here (aside from price) is zoom capability. The P1000 has a whopping 125× zoom, but it also costs an unreasonably high $1000. The less expensive cameras have smaller and smaller zooms, until you get to the W100 with a diminutive 3× zoom (30mm to 90mm equivalent).
The cameras listed above are all recent Nikon cameras, even though a few of them have been discontinued. But Nikon also has an excellent lineup of older cameras that you can find used, or occasionally refurbished, for great prices. 2b1af7f3a8