Don't forget IKONOSKOP!

Written by RedShark News Staff

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With all the noise surrounding the Magic Lantern raw hack, it's easy to forget that raw cameras have been around for some time. It's also easy to forget that well shot and skilfully graded "mere" HD can look very good indeed

The IKONOSKOP was probably the first camera to support Cinema DNG - the "moving picture" version of DNG. It's a slightly unusual-looking device with a very small form-factor and compatible with 16mm and Super 16mm glass.

What does the footage look like?

This:

 

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