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    • action shoot, what kit?
      I've got a few days of shooting action and activities.  Its a bit different to my usual gigs, and my d5300 is not the right camera for it. I've got a sony rx100iv, but I find it a bit tricky to guage focus - even with peaking.  I also can access a hero 3 silver.  Sooo I started wondering if I should grab an m43 camera - something that has a vague chance of autofocussing.  But now I'm starting to wonder if I should work with what I've got and get a decent monitor. (I've got a cheap field monitor, but its not brilliant for pinning focus).  So I'm canvassing for suggestions and wondering if the aputure HD monitors are ok, or if there's any advantage in going HDMI out from the rx100 to recorder  
    • What's your favorite action movie?
      I very much like most of the quoted ones.   Nobody mentioned First Blood (Rambo) which I think is quite cool for those days.
    • Canon 1DX II - Video Camera Perspective - Mini interview on the missing details
      They'll work too. There has been a report of one or two third part lenses not working well with DPAF particularly the SIGMA 18-35mm f/1.8 but sigma updated the lens firmware and fixed that issue as well. DPAF prqctically works with any lens that will work on a Canon camera. So no worries there. It's just STM lenses are usable with use with in-board audio recording as they make no noise while focusing or stabilizing.
    • Ronin-M for Osmo Raw?
      Hello.  I've got a Ronin M with all the bells and whistles, yet I'm seriously thinking of changing it to the Osmo Raw.  The reason for this is because I've changed almost everything in my kit to be very portable, even all my lighting is battery powered now.  I'm finding I'm leaving my Ronin-M behind, because it's too much of a ball ache for a lot of shoots. Especially as I'm looking for the freedom to shoot pretty much anywhere.  So got my eye on the Osmo Raw as its small, very portable and very high quality. I'll be able to get those shots I want on most shoots, and not limited to near static camerawork.  I don't want another pistol grip system - I like the integration of the DJI system and I'm not sold on them yet at all.  As the A-cam, I'm looking at the Kinefinity Terra due to high quality and small size. Really going for a very high spec look over the next year with lots of freedom, and equal attention to the ideas, lighting etc.  The reason for my post is to gather the opinions of other Osmo users, anything useful to say/share? Anyone with a similar idea?  Appreciated.  
    • 1.33x Shootout - INTRUDER
      Nice one Tito! Overall I'd say I agree that story is far more important than lenses/ gear. If it's captivating you're not focusing on the quality too much. I think that the night shots also helped hide some of the lenses imperfections better than broad daylight would have. There were a few shots in there that I thought "well that looks really soft", but as I said it didn't stop me from watching it. At a guess I would say it was the small Century, but I couldn't be sure on that (I don't own any of them).