Why we left RED cinema cameras for the BMD Ursa Mini Pro G2 and the BMPCC 6k

THE URSA MINI PRO G2 & THE BMPCC 6K WHY WE LEFT RED FOR BLACKMAGIC DESIGN CINEMA CAMERAS In 2008 we purchased two JVC HD111E camcorders for around $14,500 AUD. They shot 1280x720p video at around 20mbps... on DV tape. Less than two years later we sold one of them for $2500 and purchased a 5D Mark II - a revolutionary full frame DSLR capable of 1080p video recording at approx 38mbps data rate. At the end of 2012 we picked up a barely [...]

BMPCC 6k – 10 Reasons Why a RED shooter changed his mind (and bought one)

THE BLACKMAGIC POCKET CINEMA CAMERA 6K 10 REASONS WHY WE CHANGED OUR MIND (AND BOUGHT ONE) Resident Documentary shooter and Narrative Director Dean Butler explains why and how he changed his mind and purchased the BMPCC 6k.

What does a Red Scarlet-W owner think of the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K???

THE BLACKMAGIC POCKET CINEMA CAMERA 6k DEAN SHARE'S HIS THOUGHTS (AS A RED SCARLET-W SHOOTER) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtjYFHb9XZg&t=590s I didn't see this coming and I'm not going to lie, these specs at this price is OUTSTANDING VALUE! I share my honest thoughts on this development as someone who shoots on and has invested in a far more expensive camera system - the Red Scarlet-w (when I'm not hiring something else).

Why and how we may be leaving Adobe Premiere Pro after 15+ years

ADOBE PREMIERE PRO 15+ years... Is it time to break up? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=573u_EP2wRs&t=7s After 15+ years with Adobe Premiere Pro we are seriously looking at dumping Premiere Pro entirely in favour of Davinci Resolve. Firstly due to the constant crashing and lack of stability with the software (constantly encountering new bugs), and secondly due to a growing dissatisfaction with their subscription model which is severely lacking in value now compared to Resolve. Resolve has always been industry leading colour grading software but it's gone [...]

The Alucinor YouTube content journey begins…

WELCOME TO THE ALUCINOR YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMdO4eAfLfU After years of procrastination we are FINALLY converted our YouTube channel to be our original content only. We'll be discussing what makes films tick, various film making techniques, lessons filmmakers can learn from great, okay and terrible movies and share what we discover through production of our own independent passion projects and corporate & commercial films. We hope you'll join us on our content journey!