Micro Four Thirds Blackmagic Cinema Camera in afternoon light

Written by RedShark News Staff

John Brawley/RedSharkBMCC in afternoon light

Afternoon light is always changing, but it's a warm, rich light and great for all types of photography and filming

The Blackmagic Cinema Camera seems to be shipping freely now, and here's a late-afternoon light example from the Micro Four Thirds variant, equipped with a Hot Rod PL adaptor and Angenieux 16-42 and 45-120 PL lenses.

Thanks to John Brawley for posting this test.

 

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