Nino Leitner of Cinema5D did a very informative dynamic range comparison between our KineRAW MINI and a hacked Canon 5D mk III. Full article here.
Johnnie Behiri of Cinema5D was the first to finalize a project with our KineRAW MINI demo unit. Read about his impressions here.
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This week-end we firstly had a chance to gather some hands-on experience with the MINI, now we did not have a lot of time to make an extensive test, and we prefer to leave this job to guys who do this for a living, but here are some of the most amazin features in overview:
1. The most amazing feature might be the camera’s ability to shoot @ 100fps with a resolution of 1280×720
2. Super lightweight body of only 1.5Kg (ab. 3.3lbs)
3. Impressive low light performance – just like it’s bigger sister the S35, the MINI can do amazing things with little light
4. Active EF Mount with Iris Control for Canon EF Lenses
5. the speed of the fan can be adjusted and even switched off
6. affordable third party SSDs can be used, i.e. samsung 840 Pro Series or Kingston SSDs
7. 3D syncable for 3D Stereo or Mirror Setups
Film-tv-video.de has just published a review on their blog (german):
Jun 25, 2013 @ 6:47 by Michel Juknat
today I am in Beijing to gather some first hand information about KineRAW MINI, which features will be available upon the release date and especially when it will be available in Europe: