On this night shoot, we put the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro to the test.
In this collaboration between Blackmagic Design and No Film School, our Charles Haine got his hands on it Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro and decided to put the camera through its paces. Check out how the shoot was put together and what amazing shots the team captured below!
Charles was particularly interested in working with the new higher ISO setting. That’s because 3200 ISO is useful for night shots and night walks and conversations.
If you’re a filmmaker looking to shoot characters at night who are also on the move, you’re going to encounter changing light temperatures and light sources and need a camera that is just as flexible and records RAW. You also need something small that can be inexpensively stabilized and will take great shots in low light.
A camera like the 6K Pro opens the playing field for many indie filmmakers who can now get great looking night shots on a smaller budget. And we want to show you how we did it.
To test the capabilities of the 6K Pro, No Film School called on a few talented bikers in New York and just let them do their thing.
Further information on the technical details of this shoot can be found in this post.
Charles also offers insights into this week’s podcast, so be sure to check it out.