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    • Which Quick Release Plate?
      Thanks!  I think this is perfect.  I actually just stumbled on a great product from Sachtler for $288.  It would work on a variety of matte boxes because it's height adjustable: http://www.adorama.com/SCABPL.html?gclid=COOC47Loqc8CFdgBgQodLWAMeQ However, I find smallrig to be pretty decent quality for the cost and like the small footprint of that QR. I think I'll give it a shot.  
    • An adventure into the Panasonic GX85/80 begins - and a look at the Leica Nocticron for Micro Four Thirds
      You make some good points and I agree that Panasonic was stupid for the most part in some of their exclusions, but the GX80 is significantly smaller than the G7. The G85 is expected to be even a few millimeters bigger all the way around (128.4 x 89.0 x 74.3 mm). The GX80 is also about 80 grams lighter... just saying because size matters with M43; otherwise, we might all be shooting something different.
    • Which Quick Release Plate?
      http://www.smallrig.com/SMALLRIG-Manfrotto-Dovetail-Clamp-1716.html If you unscrew the wingnut far enough i'd think this should work for top loading because theres no dovetail guide on the fastener side.
    • GH5 Prototype
      Thank you again EspenB! I blogged  it here:
      http://ironfilm.co.nz/confirmed-confidential-panasonic-gh5-prototype-exists-and-is-being-tested-by-users-outside-of-panasonic/
    • Canon 6D vs 5D MkIII vs 7D MkII for filming with EOSHD C-Log
      Yeah a drone camera... How many of the actual users fly it? And to be honest, if that is improved battery life, then the Pocket must be worse with battery than everybody claims, because I was lucky to get 45 minutes out of a battery, on the Micro, if I shut down the camera between takes. And even then the battery drains quickly unless you remove it.  But other than a few minor annoyances (IR Filter, lens selection) the ProRes image alone is the best 1080p image for the money and the Raw is just mind blowing. I probably would have enjoyed the Pocket better, even with the frequent battery changes. And if I can ever find one for the right price, I will surely buy it and use it as designed... No screens, no external batteries, just an OIS lens or a C-Mount and monopod.