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    • How I got scammed through one of this site's highest rated accounts
      Small update, DHL has contacted me for the delivery of a package. With EU 44,50 import tax.  
    • The 4K Fuji X-T2 is here
      I am a lot more impressed by the potential than the demo videos. I know they are probably meant to show off the film simulation and that's fine, it even looks good at times.
      But they seem to lack that cinematic planning, like careful shutter speed to give smooth motion. and ND to keep with that and still get desired DOF. Unless you want the sharp shutter creatively, I think there is a famous movie for that. From my limited experience it's easier to remove some saturation than add it. For the Hobbit they painted Mirkwood Forest in psychedelic colors then toned them down in post to have more options.
    • Camcorders
      Thanks for the recommendation, I definitely will. In search of video examples I also found LightForm. Any experience with that? The videos look great.
    • 35nap 2-4 vs. Rectimascop 80/2x – precision, light streaks, bokeh
      New video in field :-) other videos (erotic carwash in slowmo еtс. ) in progress  
    • Canon XC10 versus Sony RX10 III. The Canon is underrated!
      The XC10 can use Canon's wide angle lens (WD-H58W wide converter lens) mounted on the XC10 lens.It's not all that heavy, easy to use, and you're only going to put it on for wide angle, so lugging it around on the camera won't wear you out.  I use it when I want wide angle shots and it works very well. The downside is the H58W doesn't have threads for a Variable ND. Still, with just the XC10s internal ND you can get the vast number of your wide angle shots without clipping highlights--especially if you shoot in Log.  I actually took an 80mm variable ND which, as chance would have it fit snuggly over the H58W with only a bit of tape inside of the rim of the Vari ND. Using it on the end of the H58W it works great in the harshest sun the light is easily controlled and you never clip. Once I'm done with my wide angle shots I simply take the lens off and shoot the rest.