On the experience of using Canon C300 and C500 cameras when shooting documentaries
At the end of 2013, documentary director Vitaly Mansky and I began working on a picture of North Korea, “In the Sunshine.” Before that, we shot the film “The Trumpet” (2012) with him on the Canon 5D Mark II, and I also participated in the filming of his film “The Book” (2013), which used the Canon 5D Mark III camera.
When we started working on the film “In the Sunshine” it became clear that we had to look for a new camera. The fact is that in this picture Vitaly attached great importance to the expressiveness of the image and the general plans. Continue reading
Hasselblad H4D 200MS is the top model of the camera from one of the best manufacturers in the world. The camera has an amazing resolution of 200 million pixels, allowing you to take amazing photos. A true technological breakthrough in this model is a sensor that is ideally positioned with piezoelectric activators. The camera can take pictures up to 200 megapixels, perfectly reproducing all colors with the absence of any noise.
The price of the camera is $ 45,000.
The stunning resolution of the Hasselblad H4D-200MS provides unprecedented detail for both subject and studio shooting. Hasselblad H4D-200MS is the ultimate tool for any photographic task that requires an absolute level of detail – from demanding car shoots to high-tech brand photography and museum reproductions. Images taken from the H4D-200MS guarantee true colors and no moire directly from the camera and an amazing degree of detail. Continue reading
Fujifilm X-T30 is a mirrorless camera with an X-Trans CMOS IV sensor of APS-C format, with a resolution of 26.1 megapixels and an image processor X Processor 4. Exactly the same bunch we saw in the flagship X-T3 camera released at the end of last year . At the same time, the manufacturer positions the novelty as a camera for a wide range of users: the main idea is to provide the photographer with maximum flagship capabilities while maintaining a small size.
The camera may be interesting for both beginner amateur photographers who are not yet familiar with all the intricacies of manual settings and processing of photographs, and experienced photographers who, for example, are looking for a lightweight and compact travel tool. X-T30 shows a rather good balance between “serious” and “entertaining,” but, no matter which side you approach it with, it promises a high-quality result. Continue reading