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    • Camera advice. Best image, ignore rest. $3000
      I will be spending $10 (Australian) on an old super 16 (I think) movie camera tomorrow just because it has a roil of (long expired) film with it.   After that I guess it will sit in a large box with all the other old toys.
    • Upgrading from a Canon 650D to mirrorless
      There are also many flexible LED light panels that can be mounted on the wall with gaffers tape. They are silent and draw little power. I would still get the Sony a6500, try it out, if it overheats, return it and get the G80/85. I'm still learning about lighting myself, but you could also probably throw in a couple more tiny spots and add colored gels for a more stylized look. There are several here who shoot bands all the time who could probably give better tips than I can.
    • Panasonic GH5 - all is revealed!
      THANK GOD SOMEBODY SAID IT!  I have been using my GH4 commercially since it came out - it is one of the pillars of my business.  I can tell you for a fact that paying clients notice (in approximateorder of importance) - engaging content, good sound , lighting,dynamic range  , saturation and contrast pop, resolution/ definition (often they want less if its a more mature female talking head) and then waaaay down the list is accurate skin tones I actually SLIGHTLY prefer the Canon look over panasonic but have been more than happy with Panasonic's colors.   You can waste a lot of productive time grading - my advice to being productive is to get a nice look in camera and get on with the process of refining your story - do a basic cut and paste grade at the end if you REALLY think its necessary. Deliver the project to your client and get on with your next project. I am not as strict on color accuracy and don't mind a look - mostly because it is part of our job to take viewers on a journey.   
    • Panasonic GH5 - all is revealed!
      OK...let me create a shitstorm...all this crap about color science is fucking exhausting...so I'll say....in a camera choice, for me, I prefer Panasonic as more color accurate...I don't want a camera or a computer or a fucking iPhone to create colors that are NOT in front of me and make me think what an incredible photographer I am...it's an easy cheat IMO...I prefer to start with an accurate WB and have a colorist do what I need....in post....to suit the storyline or the mood I'm attempting to create...that's all I want from a camera...an unvarnished image of what is in front of me...for me, the rest comes from post....very little is really ever created by zooming in 400% on still image on a desktop and finding flaws in images.... on the other hand a lot of beautiful work is created by people with imagination on deeply flawed cameras...and reading between the lines, I love this camera....warts and all....
    • Camera advice. Best image, ignore rest. $3000
      But I guess if I was a very famous director that is as old or older than I am, well they are probably dead , it would be hard to change over to digital if you have been shooting film all your career. I can see not wanting to do that.