After I got back from doing a short in Ireland, last September, the Kinefinity KineRAW S35, I ordered back in May of 2013, arrived on my doorstep.
I was interested in this camera because:
I was looking for an S35 format camera;
That captures CinemaDNG;
The Kinefinity cameras also record compressed CineForm raw as a bonus (I love CineForm raw);
That has all the ins and outs like a cinema camera and that feels like a camera;
Dan Hudgins worked on the colour profiles of this camera.
I appreciate of course the reasonable price tag of the kit and it sooths my appetite for lesser known, almost underground, cinematic cameras - you know what I mean.
Without much testing the camera we almost immediately put it to work by using it on a remake of a Reservoir Dogs scene for the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the film festival here in Ghent.
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The camera performed without any mentionable issue and was really straight forward to use. We captured this in CineForm raw.
I’m sure I’ll be writing more about this camera soon.
If you’re interested in this camera, I urge you to follow @SasquatchMovie - twitterfeed of UK production company THESEFOURWALLS (@T4WPs) - about the feature comedy they are currently filming on the S35 in the Lake District.
And you can of course rent it from RawCinemaShop.