Q: What Does Footage Look Like from A 14×14 Inch Sensor Camera? A: Amazing

If we said there is a camera system out there shooting amazing footage off of a 14×14 inch sensor you would call us crazy, right?

14X14 Inch Sensor MiniCyclops Camera

Well there is such a system and it’s the MiniCyclops camera, but there is also the 20×20 inch sensor camera system called the ECyclops out there as well.

MiniCyclops

Gonzalo Ezcurra from Argentina is an inventor and the developer of the world’s first motion picture camera system with a 20×20 inch sensor called the ECyclops and the 14×14 inch sensor MiniCyclops camera system.

The large sensor camera projects have been going on for a few years for Gonzalo, and you can keep tabs on the latest work from the cameras on his Facebook page.

The MiniCyclops its a DOF adaptor but with a giant size fixed ground glass (14×14″ – patented manufacturing process), and the capture camera, can be any camera…
The innovation of MiniCyclops is that a normal lens (45 ° FOV) is a 500mm F/6 with a hyperfocal about 1600 feet, and owns an a hyper-critic depth of field unique in the world for a motion camera. Addition to having a cushion of high and low lights that increases the dynamic range and creates exclusives 3D volumes… thanks to optimal management of chiaroscuro.

Here is a collection of the 14×14 inch and 20×20 inch camera systems in action.

MiniCyclops – First Outdoors Test – (14×14 inches "sensor" size Motion Camera) from Gonzalo Ezcurra on Vimeo.

"Making of" MiniCyclops – First Outdoors Test (14×14 inches "sensor" size Motion Camera) from Gonzalo Ezcurra on Vimeo.

Second Quick Test ECyclops 20×20 inches “sensor” size digital motion camera. from Gonzalo Ezcurra on Vimeo.

Second Quick Test ECyclops 20×20 inches "sensor" size digital motion camera. from Gonzalo Ezcurra on Vimeo.

E-Cyclops – 20X20 INCHES SENSOR SIZE HISTORICAL HD FOOTAGE from Gonzalo Ezcurra on Vimeo.

MiniCyclops Ready! – 14X14 inches "sensor" size Motion Camera. from Gonzalo Ezcurra on Vimeo.

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