Cinema 5D Cine Minute Contest.

October 16th, 2009

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Cinema 5D Cine Minute Contest.

Submit your most cinematic looking scene in the videolog HERE, that is sixty seconds or less. Cinematic or 35mm motion picture quality look and feel with your dslr.

(on upload click “CINE MINUTE CONTEST” as category!!!)

Only one entry per contestant, so make it good.

Enter the contest before the deadline of November 15th 2009.

The winner will be announced November 21st 2009.

The winner will be chosen by way of votes on the Cinema 5D forum.

The prize is the military grade, iDC photography LCD Viewfinder.

Value US $199

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iDC’s milled-aluminum bracket firmly mounts a Hoodman 3.0 magnifying loupe over the camera’s rear LCD screen to eliminate stray light while allowing accurate manual focus. This robust viewfinder makes the capture of HD video and Live View stills a much easier proposition in both bright and low light conditions. Delivered with a Hoodman 3.0 loupe installed, the black- anodized aluminum bracket and system mounting baseplate includes accommodations for any ¼”-20 threaded quick-release tripod adapters. The iDC Viewfinder is available for the Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon EOS 7D, and the Nikon D300s

*This thing is bulletproof! It mounts to the bottom of the camera.I love it. A big THANK YOU to iDC Photography for donating the prize to Cinema 5D.

Check out the site below.

http://www.idcphotography.com/kart/

http://www.idcphotography.com/

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GuestOctober 16th, 2009

What does ‘scene’ mean? Must it be one take or can it be some takes cut together? Must it it be complete or a snippet from a project? Is sound important? Must it be the raw footage from the cam, or can it be graded or otherwise edited? What should be the fileformat? Original big and heavy 5D MOV, or h.264 or mpeg2. Must it be HD or should it be smaller?
Thanks,
– Frankie

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GuestOctober 17th, 2009

Hi Frankie,
There are no rules other than 60 seconds or less. You can do a one take or cut together footage, it doesn’t matter.

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