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Commercial and Corporate Video Production
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Cheap Pocket Camera Battery Solution

I’ve been looking for a good battery solution for the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC) as having around 30 minutes battery life with the internal batteries is a little limiting at times. I found fairly expensive solutions on the market, and some cheap alternatives from countries outside the UK but was put off by having to pay import duties (I’m cheap!). Eventually I found this battery plate on Amazon UK for £17 and decided to give it a try as I own several copy Sony NP- F970 batteries used for powering LED video lights. The plate comes with a mounting bracket and 2 cables. One cable fits the BMPCC 12v socket.  After a week of use I have found some positives and negatives.bmpcc_plate_01

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More C100 Slomo shooting

One of my favourite pastimes is Downhill Mountain biking. When I’m not actually riding my bike I love to film it. I packed my C100 instead of my Scott Voltage a few weeks ago and headed out to the Rostrevor Mountain Bike Centre to film my nephew Jonny ripping up The Pulse downhill trail.

My pride and joy!
Scott Voltage FR custom build

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Canon C100: Upgrading from a DSLR

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It was time to buy a new video camera for my video production needs. I had used a Red Scarlet in my role as a freelance cameraman, and so had experienced a level of image detail and dynamic range that created a dissatisfaction in my Canon 550d and even the current crop of DSLRs that are available. So the search began about 2 months ago. My criteria were simple. Number one, I wanted a better image than my DSLR was giving me. Number 2, the new camera had to accommodate my Canon lens investment. Number 3, it had to work straight out of the box.
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