Cameraman: Dominic Taylor; Director: Dominic Taylor; Location: New Zealand; Camera: KineMINI 4K with KineMOUNT + EF mounting adapter; Lens: Canon EFS 17-55mm; Recording format: 4K@25fps, 2K@92fps, as KineRAW(.KRW); Setting: ISO,320; Aperture: f4.0; Post workflow: KRW clips were transcoded into Cineform RAW mov and Cineform RGB444 mov; Adobe Premiere Pro + After Effects by Dominic Taylor […]
Since the camera is a True RAW recording camera it has only its native ‘look’ which is dark because it comes from sensor directly. To become EI ISO adjusted and to make the colors bright and sharp the camera has many LUT loaded you can pick from, these include: KineLOG? which simulates the Cineon? Log […]
KineRAW camera employs whole new lock-type EF mount, new lock-type EF mounting adapter, new lock-type Nikon F mounting adapter from 2014 Jan. Its fixing way is very similar to Cine PL mount: lock ring rotation, not lens rotation to make sure EF lens locked firmly and to be contacted well with pogo-pin contact inside of […]
The RAW concept in digital cinema/Video category is nearly same with the RAW image file in digital camera/photogragh category: No White-balanced process, nor Color grading. RAW images files description in Wikipedia is following: Raw image files are sometimes called digital negatives, as they fulfill the same role as negatives in film photography: that is, the […]
The famous films like Oscar winner Slumdog Millionaire were acquired by CineForm RAW compression for most images, and also the 127 hours. The KineRAW-S35 can record the Cineform ? as compressed raw using very high quality wavelet compression: visually lossless, and making work-flow more efficient. And KineStation can transcode CinemaDNG footages from KineRAW-MINI into Cineform […]
CinemaDNG ?is frame-based, just like Film. CinemaDNG? offers maximum image quality and license free archive of your shots as “Digital Negative” that can be processed any way you like and be archived in an “open file format” that can be accessed and supported for all time to come, no matter what happens.