Call Me Clarence (by KineMINI 4K)

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DoP: Aeyron Moore; Director: Aeyron Moore; Location: Pittsburgh(US)
Camera: KineMINI 4K;
Lens: Rokinon Cine 35mm/85mm EF Prime lens; Tokina 11-16mm EF Ultra Wide Lens
Recording Codec: 4k DCI 4096×1716 (CinemaDNG)
Edited and Graded by: Aeyron Moore (Davinci Resolve 11)

Call me Clarence


Shot with Clarence on KineMINI 4k camera by Aeyron Moore, one-man job from shooting to post work. Clarence wants to tell us a little about his adventures, skills, and share with us some of his wisdom on life and random things.

Aeyron Moore
The camera is excellent. A bit of a learning curve when it comes to the menu, but the image it creates is incredible. I barely graded what you watched above, just the camera’s natural color and no lighting was used. Like all camera’s it has it’s quirks but nothing bad at all. I feel (opinion) that the low light capabilities in the KineMINI is way above the Red Epic. Has a solid build!!! The SSD drive door is strange because you have to lock it, but it doesn’t bother me one bit. The PL style mount locking system is in my opinion, pretty awesome, it feels way more secure. I do recommend powering the camera with a V-mount or Anton Bauer battery and only rely on the battery grip as emergency power, or if you want to put the camera on a crane or rig of any sorts where you may want to subtract some weight from the body. Over all, it’s quickly becoming my favorite tool.
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Camera: KineMINI 4K, Native EF mount;
Lens: Rokinon Cine 35mm/85mm EF Prime lens; Tokina 11-16mm EF Ultra Wide Lens
Recording Codec: 4k DCI 4096×1716 (CinemaDNG);
Field Monitor: iKan D5
Power Supply: Switronix V-mount Battery and KineGrip with 18650 batteries.
Audio recorder: Zoom H4N;
Microphone: Rode NTG-2 Shotgun.