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Subject: This Guy Made an 8x10 Large Format Video Camera
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Subject: This Guy Made an 8x10 Large Format Video Camera
Date: 31 Dec 2017 12:38:13 GMT
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The title is a bit misleading. He is using a large format lens to project the 
image on a cinema screen-like surface in the back of the camera, and then use 
a full format Sony A7S II to film that projection with a wide-angle lens.

I suppose it's the closest thing we can come to a large format video camera 
without building a huge 8x10 digital sensor.

The end result is 4k@24fps 

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Sandman