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Bronica GS-1

Today we shoot the Zenza Bronica GS-1, a Japanese medium format camera that takes super nice, large negatives. We walked around Milwaukee and shot for, utopia, a custom bag brand my friend owns. Despite the size and weight, the camera takes amazingly sharp photos with beautiful detail and minimal grain.




Juno (he's a beast)
eladbari : is there an slr viewfinder for this Bronica?
nektine : Juno
The Lemon : Interesting color cast on all of your scans - intentional?
Randall Stewart : As a "guide" to the GS-1, this video doesn't really tell you much about the camera itself or its operation, and nothing at all about its lenses, backs or accessories. It shows a lot of small computer scans of portraits, but the most interesting thing there is the weird cyan cast of all of the images.Look elsewhere for information.
kevin james : Having a model close there eyes for a count down and then open them is an old school wedding and portrait photographer's trick from the 80's and 90's. It was a technique for dealing with subjects that blinked when the flash was triggered. Due to the fact that you are not using flash it makes no sense for you to use this technique! With that said I did enjoy this video, and I commend you on your choice of cameras!

Bronica GS-1 Review - The Overlooked 6x7 Film Camera

Today, I review the Bronica GS-1. I have been shooting with this camera for about six months now and figured it was time for a proper review. If you have any questions about the camera system, let me know in the comments!

Instagram: @braehunziker

Music: Sorry by Prod. Riddiman
Brae Hunziker : Hey everyone! Thanks for watching. I know this wasn’t a super in depth review of the technical functions or walkthrough of how to use the camera, so if you have any questions that I didn’t answer in the video just leave me a comment and I’ll be happy to answer.
gibcoprobe66 : a very small footprint. Lay off the drugs...
Julian Rickards : Very cool, I'm looking at the rb67 but this is a consideration
edoschenaph : Hey man great video first of all! Can I ask you what's the sync flash speed on the GS1? Thanks
Robin : Great video! I’m in the UK and trying to get my hands on a 6x7 camera and didn’t think of the Bronica. Thanks for the overview.

Yamaha GS-1

An improvised quick tour of the Yamaha GS-1. Sorry for all the blabbering :) I also forgot to mention the EQ which is pretty basic bass/mid/treble.\r
The GS1 has eight operators per voice but these are arranged as four modulator/carrier pairs. The sound "strips" have settings for four operators on each side, so you can mix the different presets. \r
Read much more here:\r
RJ Chillax : The patch used at 6:15 sounds like Steven Bergman’s Rhodes sound. My uncle Ric’s Yamaha DX7 has one of the patches modified to sound close to this one.
Terrence Reardon and Friends Podcast Podcast : The string synth on Supertramp's "It's Raining Again"
revokdaryl1 : Pretty sure Vangelis used this one on his Private Collection album with Jon Anderson in 1983. The ensemble sounds like the one used in the masterpiece "Horizon".
ll : pretty hard to make out what's going on in the video, thanks for demoing the sounds tho
Uncinematographable Screenshot Cinema : this instrument is credited at the end of the 1983 movie "Under Fire" with a Yamaha logo, else I still never would have heard of it.




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