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    • Video issues with EOS 70D - jumping pixels
      What you're experience is called moire. The detail is too fine for the sensor to resolve so when the image is debayered you get a rainbow effect. You'd need to install an OLPF to reduce the problem.
    • Best focusing method when shooting with stabilizer
      Sounds like something like this would be useful:

      http://www.24shots.com/silencer-pro-trigger-controlled-camera-follow-focus/
    • Canon ME20F SH
      Canon ME20F SH - I the top Full Frame 35mm with 2.26 MP camera for professional photographers and filmmakers. The Canon ME20F SH is the only camera in the world that can film in the dark. Use the Canon ME 20F SH to capture videos at up to 1920 x 1080p! It costs $ 30,000, but do not imagine that this is due to the 4K capabilities. Written in 1080p and is ... the ultimate weapon for shooting in total darkness.  The secret of ME 20 F - SH is that it can raise the ISO value of the exotic 4,000,000. This means that it provides the maximum sensitivity in dark conditions 'measured shots' in 0.0005 lux. Canon ME 20F SH: http://www.canonme20fsh.com/
    • Lenses
      I got a Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.4 Ai in the mail today, and I love it. I tried it out on my T2i along with Magic Lantern and Visioncolor CineLook, and I'm loving this combination (graded with FilmConvert). I'm sure everyone already knows this/has posted about it, but this lens really is sharp at f/1.4 (which is the aperture of these grabs). I'm liking the 28mm 2.8 Ai as well: Wonderful lenses.
    • Best focusing method when shooting with stabilizer
      The Panny zooms don't have DOF scales and focus ring has no stop Would focusing on my iPod be easier than using the touch screen on the GH4? I thought about a follow focus, but I'm a one-man band I've been thinking about getting a 7" Aputure monitor for that very purpose. Then I'll try to keep my zoom at 12mm... I also really like tracking shots with shallow DOF. I try not to stop any of my lenses down beyond f/8 because of diffraction issues. Loved Birdman!