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Published on Jan 7, 2011
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I shot this film in 1080p 24fps with a Sigma 30mm f1.4 EX lens, and decided to see how the quality could compare to RED cameras and 35mm cameras. Since Red Cameras shoot at 4096x2304 and since 35mm film is the same equivalent in terms of resolution, I used filters to achieve that resolution to see how close it would compare.
The first filter I used is called "Instant HD" by Magic bullet. This interpolated the 1080p footage to 4k. The second filter I used was a denoiser by Magic bullet. Then, I added an Unsharp mask of 100 and a sharpness of 8. Finally, I finished it by adding my own grain in Magic Bullet Looks.
Although youtube re-compresses it to hell, the raw 4k render is how the film would look if it were ever shown in a theater. I think it turned out pretty good, especially for an $800 camera