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    • My Review of the Zhiyun Crane 3-Axis Gimbal
      Back in stock at B&H and still $599.   My order should arrive on Thursday so I'm looking forward to rigging my BM micro:)
    • 5DIV full spec and full image leak
      ^ Nikon provides a flat profile on their latest cameras.  Yeah 4K HDMI out is nice.. but there are other cons with Nikons.. no DCI 4K.. heavy crop.. strong rolling shutter.. etc As for Nikon & PDAF, Sony has got nothing to do with that. D5/D500 don't even use Sony sensors! Nikon just seems very content with their AF module system. Perhaps with Canon pushing the envelope with dual pixel, Nikon will react.. but for now Canon really seems to be ahead of everyone with their DPAF tech.
    • Any better zoom than Nikon 24-70 2.8?
      HI, I mainly have the Nikon 24-70 2.8 attached to the D750 for shooting video but have not always been happy with manually focusing with it quickly. It does not offer much flexibility in terms of nailing focus quickly because the range of something being in focus and not being in sharp focus is so minimal. Are there any better zooms out there that I may not know about that offers a far better focus pulling range to get things locked in focus quicker? I have heard there are some classic lenses about but don't really know which ones are worth getting. I do have primes but do need a zoom as my workhorse. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Red
    • 5DIV full spec and full image leak
      Do think that's the whole story? It doesn't all add up because Nikon doesn't have C-log as well and they don't have anything to protect. If it was just to protect their 10k$ camera then what is Nikon protecting? 
    • Is binge watching the new theatrical experience?
      To me - a cineaste if there ever was one - contemporary Hollywood cinema is like this:   Modern TV series - particularly the Netflix approach - are better entertainment. Traditional series used to have a cliffhanger. The hero literally hangs from a cliff, and you have to wait a week to see him rescued, which of course happened. Suspense in the new series is created by slow character development. The end of each show promises that things are explored deeper, that more is revealed. Even, as with Daredevil, if there is a hero and a villain, you can't know how the story unfolds. In Rectify, the authors even play with the prejudices of the audience. Fair is foul and foul is fair, nothing comes in the expected package. Comparing this to the latest blockbusters is like comparing Shakespeare to a Punch&Judy show. I found out for myself, that generally only the first season is worth watching (= spending many hours). Exceptions prove the rule. The third season of Six Feet Under is unbelievably good. But it only works if you know the first two seasons.