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    • For real estate, the last thing you want is soft 1080p from yesteryear. (I still have my d750 but I only use it for still now, for real estate I use 4k downscaled.) On the other hand, around here the market for anything other than luxury is flooded with cheap services because it seems like most realtors really don't care about quality, it's about price and speed for them, so the soft 1080 probably won't hurt you there. For profile videos with shallow dof of course anything works.
    • Just updating, GX85, firmware 1.2, ir worked (some terror moments when the "restore" link returned "error" in the response, but repeting the process since the start restored the original settings. Used the C slot method, now I have Cinelike D in my C3. 

      Never used a Panny camera with Cinelike D before, but comparing with the Natural profile, the picture is much more flat, with more data in the shadows and the skin tone is MUCH better (less orange / magenta). Thanks a lot, BTM_Pix.

      (and hoping that Panasonic do not close this method in the next firmware update...)
    • Anyone using a D750 frequently (for video) and either loving or hating it? Along with my D750 and a couple of lenses, I also have a Sony a6000 and an a6300 which I use, and which I have a love / hate relationship with. Logic tells me I should sell my D750 and get a used a7 S (original version) for shooting 1080p so there will be some compatibility with my a6000 / a6300 But sometimes my emotions tell me I should get rid of my sony gear, stick with the soft-ish 1080p of the D750, and just enjoy the dynamic range and easy-to-grade footage and simple UI of the Nikon (and enjoy the fact that it doesn't overheat). I shoot primarily real estate videos. I try to make them look somewhat cinematic. I will also be trying to shoot more real estate agent promotion videos (where they talk about why they are such a great real estate agent and why you should hire them). Anyway, just wanted to hear everyones / anyones thoughts before I come to a decision on it. Thanks in advance.  
    • I have the a6300 and the Zhiyun Crane (version 1) and the Sony 10-18 f/4 lens. I don't have a monitor or mic mounted on it though. The drawbacks to the a6300 / a6500 when shooting 4K are... 1) The dreaded overheating issue, and  2) Very dim monitor that is highly reflective (not a problem I guess if you are using an HDMI monitor, I guess),  3) Not the friendliest codec around (you will most likely be transcoding 4K XAVC S into something else for editing, whether it is through your NLE's built-in optimize media function or something else), 4) If you want to maximize dynamic range, you are going to really want to shoot SLOG 2 or something very flat and really want to grade it. So it is certainly doable, just if you are doing it every day, maybe you want something that is a little easier to work with??? (Don't get me wrong: the 4K footage can be beautiful. Just kind of a hard camera to work with.)