A while ago Chinese camera maker Kinefinity offered up prototype KineMAX 6K frame grabs from “The Colours of Culture: Bali Island” shoot.
We can happily report that Kinefinity now offer up footage from that Bali Island shoot with the prototype KineMAX 6K camera:
“Colours of Culture Bali by KineMAX”
Cameraman: Orlando Bassi (Movie Studio Bali); Location: Bali Island
Camera: KineMAX 6K Prototype, KineMOUNT+ PL mounting adapter; Lens: Zeiss Compact Prime Set;
In-camera Codec: 6K KRW 5760×2400@25fps; Parameters：ISO 800/400;
6K Cineform RAW mov and 6K CinemaDNG by KineStation.
Edited by: Liu Qingqing(FCP X), Graded by: Hui Yun (Davinci Resolve)
No Sharpen or Denoise.
For more information / screenshots / graded output / 6K footage / configuration: https://www.kinefinity.com/shots-colours-of-culture-bali-by-kinemax/?lang=en
KineMAX 6K Features:
6K RAW In-Camera KineMAX is capable of Capturing and Recording 6K RAW without external recorder. KineMAX is honoured as one of three cinema camera models in this planet. 6K RAW is recorded as KineRAW(.krw) codec which is compressed lossless RAW format developed by Kinefinity. For 4K and lower resolution, it can record Uncompressed CinemaDNG; for 3K and lower resolution, it can record Cineform RAW which is easy to be edited and graded in mainstream DI software. 6K RAW capturing and recording leaves very large room for reframing, trimming, and CG, especially for 4K delivery. At same time, it also features capturing and recording 6K, 4K, 3K, 2K, 1080p in both S35mm frame and crop mode: that means KineMAX can cover from 1080p to 6K, every mainstream resolution in one camera. KineMAX may be the most compact and powerful cinema camera for 6K&4K RAW capturing and recording now.
Bonus Pictures of the Kinefinity KineMAX 6K Camera:
From @bbichenhua on Twitter
For more: Kinefinity.