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    • Canon XC10 4K camcorder
      @JazzBox I know you said you may be interested in the C100 mkii, so I thought you might want to see Kubrickian's video.Ā 
    • WTB: Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera
      Lucky you! In Italy it is 1291 ā‚¬!
      I think that 900 ā‚¬ (roughly 400 ā‚¬ off for a 3 months old camera that worked maybe 3 hours + 1 extra battery and 1 handle) is honest.
      https://www.amazon.it/Blackmagic-Design-Micro-Cinema-Camera/dp/B00WNFK0P0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1475268458&sr=8-1&keywords=blackmagic+micro+cinema+cameraĀ 
    • C100 Mkii - Resolution and Image Quality - How to Get the Best Out of It?
      Dear Aaron,Ā 
      after I tried Andrew's EOSHD C-Log I fell in love with Canon's colors.Ā 

      I use 99% of the time the Panasonic GH4 and G7, sometimes the Blackmagic Micro.
      I was thinking to buy a Canon (selling the GH4): do you think C100 MkII is more filmic then 7D MkII or 5D MkIII?

      Is it sharp enough? High ISO are good like on the 5DMkIII?Ā 
      Is the 35 mbps codec strong enough for color correction? If yes I could sell also the Micro Cinema in order to buy it Ā 

      Thank you!
    • When a Client Stops Being a Client & Becomes a Thieving Bastard!
      It's difficult to know what motivates people at the best of times. They may have intended to pay, had no money, became awkward about the whole thing, finally made a bad decision to use the video etc. People areĀ not always straightforward, but in my experience, few people set out to deceive from the outset. On my better days I'dĀ rather try and allow for people's imperfections andĀ be somewhat more accommodating, just a little more cautious the second time around as you suggest. On the contract thing, Damphousse makes the good point you also made; evidence of an agreement would be necessary to enforce the matter, be it emails, phone texts etc, which you say you have. A contract is generally better than less formal communication, being generally less ambiguous and more thoroughly thought out (I'm not a lawyer BTW, so this is just my interested opinion, but I've done some reading and had some dealings with such matters). However, you've got to wonderĀ if for smaller projects wether a legal course of action is worth the money andĀ effort, other than to use the threat of possible legal recourse as a lever to help the 'client' make the decision to pay. Probably the best use of a detailed agreement is that it leaves less room for error or misunderstanding, and so that both parties know where they stand and what is expected on the important matters. I'd be inclined to give them a ring and have a coffee to discuss things either before or after your email if that seems appropriate. Emails sometimes can come off a bit terse,Ā and verbal follow-up softens things a bit. Good luck.
    • WTB: Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera
      Same price as a new one where I am.