Tag Archives: Sony PXW-FS7

Can you say proboscis?

Can you say proboscis?

Last month I did a little project for the Krohn Conservatory in Cincinnati. It was shot entirely in 4K, and you can download the 4K file from Vimeo to see the added detail 4K offers. I have found that my YouTube version actually streams 4K and does a nice job of it, if you are set up for it. Vimeo is not yet streaming 4K as far as I can tell.

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Shooting the Newport Ragtime Band in 4K on Sony PXW-FS7

Shooting the Newport Ragtime Band in 4K on Sony PXW-FS7

A couple of friends and I ordered FS7’s about the same time with the Sony FE PZ 28-135mm f/4 G OSS Lenses. We were looking for a project to test them out on, and realized the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra had their 2015 Valentine’s Day Gala coming up.

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Out on the Town with Eva and the FS7

Out on the Town with Eva and the FS7

My friend Mike Lawson was in New York in March 2015 for the first Sony PXW-FS7 seminar taught by Dave Kincaid at Abel Cine. I must say I am impressed with Abel Cine. They are a cut above all other camera outlets anywhere.

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4K Wide Angle Comparisions on the Sony PXW-FS7

4K Wide Angle Comparisions on the Sony PXW-FS7

I walked into Dodd Camera in Cincinnati and they had a Zeiss CP.2 sitting there so I asked them if I could borrow a tripod and do some comparisons between wide angle lenses.

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Shooting the Sony PXW-FS7 in CineEI Mode

Shooting the Sony PXW-FS7 in CineEI Mode

This is the second in a series, testing the Sony PXW-FS7 4K camera (part one here). I was shooting in Cincinnati’s Krohn Conservatory (much warmer, but I’m still indoors 🙂 ).  Much more light this time, not much to worry about regarding noise.

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Sony PXW-FS7 4K Camera Test

Sony PXW-FS7 4K Camera Test

This post is to give you my impressions of the new Sony PXW-FS7. I have spent an enormous amount of time, effort, and resources adapting my workflow to 4K. As a founding member of Early Adopters Anonymous I felt I owed it to my constituency to jump on board the 4K bandwagon.

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