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Ursa Mini Workshop

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on 24 July 2017

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Ursa Mini Workshop
Set up Large Tripod
Mount Cfast Cards
Attach Cables and Handle
1. Compass 25 Tripod
2. Attach Miller Base to Ursa Base
3. Attach to Miller Tripod
4. Place Ursa on Ursa Base Plate
5. Camera slides on.
* you should feel it "click"
Make sure its locked!
Ursa Base Plate
Ursa Shoulder Plate
SDI
12v
Choose Handle Location
Connect cable to Handle
Separately book CFast Cards 128GB and Reader
Short Slot
Card can only go in one way!!
Do not force cards!!!!!!
Long Slot
Correct orientation of Serial Number
Recording Formats and Durations

There are 2 x 128GB CFast Card with the kit.

RAW – Recommended for Controlled environments/film shoots with low shoot ratios – need to import and OFFLINE in POST - WILL ADD EXTRA STEPS TO POST PRODUCTION PROCESS

25fps RAW 4.6K = 6mins/per card
25fps RAW UltraHD = 9mins/per card

ProRes – Recommended for most shoots – faster turn around times (no need to post process through Da Vinci Resolve)

25fps ProRes HQ Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 = 20mins/per card – Films where less post processing time available.

25fps Pro Res 422 HQ HD = 84mins/per card recommended for doco/high shooting ratios (impro films, event recordings etc)



Iris and Focus
Press for Auto IRIS
Press for Manual IRIS
For Auto Focus
Auto Iris
Auto Focus
Setting ISO, Shutter Angle and White Balance
Set ISO
White Balance
(frame rate)x360/Shutter angle =Shutter Speed

ie 25x360/180 =1/50sec
Optimum ISO is 800.
Cleaning and Changing the Lens
Choose project frame rate
Shutter Angle
Format Cards
ExFAT is supported natively by Mac OS X and Windows without needing to purchase any additional software. However, exFAT does not support journaling.
Format Cards.
HFS recommended
HFS+ is also known as Mac OS extended and is the recommended format as it supports
“journaling”. Data on journaled media is more likely to be recovered in the rare event that your CFast card becomes corrupted. HFS+ is natively supported by Mac OS X.
Dynamic Range
Set frame rate and dynamic range
we can interpret dynamic range as the measurement between the whitest whites and the blackest blacks in an image, or the lowest and highest values of density and luminance.
ISO 800
will
give us the best spread of values between our highlights and shadows
Dynamic Range
Kit A
Kit A
URSA Mini Body
URSA Top Handle
URSA Viewfinder
Power Adapter
SIGMA 18-35 f1.8 Lens
with UV Filter
2x V Lock Batteries
Side Handle
Kit B
V-lock Charger
Sigma 50-100mm Lens
and UV Filter
2 x CFast Cards
CFast Card Reader
Lanc Cable (for hand grip)
URSA Side Grip
Colour Chart
Use latch to release
Packing Up
Please make sure you leave the kits neat and tidy!
* Remove batteries from Cameras
* Remove CFast Cards
* Return Tripod Base Plate to Tripod Bag
* Sigma 50-100mm Lens to Kit B
Setting up the the Matte Box
Using Filters
Don't forget to sign the role!
* Remove URSA Mini BASE PLATE
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