Source: Noam Kroll Blog
Iâve had Blackmagicâs Mini Panel for DaVinci Resolve for about a month now, and after putting it to the testÂ on a number of projects Iâm finally readyÂ to share some of my first impressions. Not long ago Blackmagic announced not one, but two brand new panels to give editors and colorists affordable alternatives to the nearly $30,000 flagship Resolve control surface â one of which of course is the Mini Panel which I have, and the other is the smaller Micro Panel. All three panels serve a different purpose and will naturally attract different types of filmmakers. The full fledged advanced panel will surely continue to have a home in large post production facilities and highÂ end color grading suites, whereas the mini and micro panels will appeal to smaller shops, freelancers, and independent filmmakers. For me personally, the mini panel is the perfect happy medium. As an independent filmmaker who also owns a small production/post business, I am constantly looking for tools that will improve my quality of work, while also increasing efficiency. A massive part of my work involves color grading (both on my own personal projects and on client projects), and as such Iâve been in the market for a color panel for some time now. With that in mind, I never invested in Blackmagicâs advanced panel as it was simply too expensive to justify, and it was overkill for the vast majority of the projects thatÂ run through my business. There was always the option of purchasing aÂ 3rd party…Read more at: A Brief Review Of The Blackmagic Mini Color Panel
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