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    • An adventure into the Panasonic GX85/80 begins - and a look at the Leica Nocticron for Micro Four Thirds
      Uh guys, I'm getting the same 4:4:4 info from another person in sales. They say it's not on the site, but will be. Can't link to it.
    • The Diopter Thread.
      Yes it is! Though looks like the bayonet version (A9FB)... you can pop out the glass and put it in a cheap 72mm UV filter replacing the glass...Or you could look for the A9B version with 72mm thread. Options here and here.
    • Super mobile editing workspace: Need your ideas!
      Hey guys, I could really use your help.  Within the next month or so my living and working arrangements are going to change drastically. In the past/present, I've always used a bedroom or closet as my workspace and that has always worked for me, but that is not going to be an option soon and I need to become super mobile. Like, one day working from a hotel room, next day my truck, next day a coffee shop... you get the idea. Right now I'm doing most of my work on an iMac and I love it, but I just can't see a way to make that as mobile as I need it to be, I'll be going to a MacBook Pro most likely.  That part's easy. But there are some peripherals that, I don't necessarily need day to day, but that I use enough that I need to work them into the plan - like audio/speakers, external monitor, etc.  As mentioned, the system will probably be built around a MacBook Pro and my favorite idea right now is to get a Pelican case that can house the laptop and peripherals. Obviously the laptop is ultra portable on it's own, but I'd also like a system where I can open the Pelican case and go to work.  What I need are your thoughts and ideas, any of them, but also specifically with audio/speakers, an external monitor, and possibly a small power solution. Audio/speakers - obviously I can use headphones, but I know from experience these are not good enough for a final mix. Right now I'm using 5" KRK's, but those are way too big. I've had them for years and haven't looked anytime recently, maybe you know of something with awesome sound and super portable, and maybe even bus powered. External monitor - it might seem like this is something I can do without, and maybe I can, but I am thinking this is something I need for some scenarios. Even if it's small. Just something I can use in addition to the laptop screen. I've got a 7" Lilliput, would that be weird? Any other ideas would be welcome. Power - I think that much of the time I'll be able to plug in, but is there a cool little power pack of some sort that can run a laptop and accessories for an hour or two?  Thanks in advance guys. 
    • An adventure into the Panasonic GX85/80 begins - and a look at the Leica Nocticron for Micro Four Thirds
      Uh... I just chatted with Panasonic sales. Jessica, told me that the GX85 output 10 bit 4:4:4 from the HDMI !!!!!! That can't be. See what I meant by getting the RIGHT information
    • Cheap wide
      since I adored my ultra cheap CANON STM 10-18 because it's the omly one I"ve ever shot with IS Iwas hoocked by the look it makes having an iS Ultra wide angle that's very shatp. Problem is the same as yours can't adapt it to my gh4 unless I get a duper expensive active metabones Seedbooster, so i put the SLR Magic RANGEFINDER on the lrns and made it a s35 UWA lens with a 199$ price tag and a real cinema ring/witness marks. Of course  can do this just because I happen to own a rangefinder (600$ and 300$ version withouy witness markd) but of course I wouldn't buy one for that solution, but I hppen to made it an awesome set up. If I were to want an UWA I'd get a tokins 11-16mm and find a used low price if budget is limited to the canon/sigma range. It's a much better lens for you ,neven used vs a new poor sigma. It's really the UWA to get. 

      I never figured out how people shoot with a wide angle prime because for me it's impossible, every single frame needs a little zoom adjustment or otherwise with a fixed lens I"D have to go across the street to get a few mm in the frame. A varisble range, small one, is a must on an UWA. And  Am a prime kind of guy who shoots nothing but 50mm and 100mm primes for folms and even docs. Longer lenses can be used easily as primes while an uwa needs a little frame adjustment capability. 

      Get a Tokina new or used and never look back. You will miss the IS on the STM but the bokeh snd lowlight ability on a wide angle lens will keep you entertained!