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https://www.newsshooter.com/2020/01/13/kinefinity-mavo-lf-review/

 

 

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Kinefinity has come a long way in the last 7 years and in that time they have since released numerous cameras that have gradually started to win cinematographers over. No longer are they thought of as “That Chinese camera“, but rather, a legitimate alternative to other more well-known brands.

While Kinefinity was alone in the small independent camera space for quite some time there is now a lot more competition, especially from Z-Cam. Kinefinity also now faces competition from Canon and Sony, who both introduced more affordable full-frame digital cinema cameras.

 

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Matt interviewed me about my experience shooting on kinefinity cameras on Newsshooter here. I'm one of the first Mavo LF owners, shot the launch film for it and this review - 

 

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4 hours ago, Raafi RIvero said:

Matt interviewed me about my experience shooting on kinefinity cameras on Newsshooter here. I'm one of the first Mavo LF owners, shot the launch film for it and this review - 

 

Still a phenomenal review.

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Had the camera a while now. Absolutely love it. 

Only have a couple issues

1) SDI signal (no audio and 50/60fps so a lot of DIT equipment won't work with it)

2) That's pretty much it

3) Thanks for the LUT Matt!

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For anyone wanting to download some Log footage of the MAVo Lf go to our website here:

https://www.gafpagear.com/mavo-lf-download-footage

Also we made a few ETTL luts , which function kind of cine ei, but then with roll of curve, we have them on our website here.

https://www.gafpagear.com/kinefinity-luts

We will be working on a Kinefinity Kinelog3 curve to Arri Log c, as a powergrade which will be published next week on our website

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