Published on February 8th, 2013 | by zachary

Canon C100 & Ninja Video Recorder

Michael Murie does a great comparison of the 4:2:0 AVCHD vs. 4:2:2 with the Ninja shooting on a Canon C100.

If the pictures themselves are to be believed, the Ninja looks substantially better.

a brief excerpt: He reports that the Ninja detected the 23.98P, removed pulldown from the HDMI’s 60i automatically, and recorded timecode correctly. It started and stopped recording automatically with the camera, but the Ninja sequences were a few frames shorter than what the C100 records internally. The frames were shot in Cinema CP at ISO 2500 using a 17-55 f/2.8.

Read the article at Filmmaker Magazine.


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Zach is a film producer based in NYC. In 1991 Zach fell off a turnip truck, fresh from Colorado, and landed in the East Village - he has lived there ever since. Zach has produced short films, feature films, music videos, commercials and a lot of fun dinner parties. At night, when he isn't working on developing sci-fi story worlds, he dreams of building a better solution for personal and family media archives.

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