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    • Panasonic GX80 - 5 Axis IBIS works on video!
      From what I gather, the IBS ruins the in-body sound; so, you're only left with the option of off-camera sound. I've got a Zoom H1 and I plan on using it to the fullest with this camera. It's a cumbersome process to keep track of the audio and matching video files, but I find that if I do it immediately after sooting, it works. So far, I've sold off bunch of gear too... only my RX100 to go. Last month, I had bought a GX7 (before sending it back because this camera appeared) and just loved the combo of the Natural profile and an easy grading option of film convert. With the FZ300, Panasonic really gives you everything but a large sensor; however, I'd trade the microphone input for a large sensor, pocket-ability and the interchangeable lenses any day. The GX80 is going to be a great option for off-the-cuff style shots and possibly more serious projects too- a great allrounder. Some will say not an A camera, but in the right hands, it could be.
    • Share with us Your Workflow - A topic for making a major Post-Processing techniques List - by EOSHD Members
      Shooting on a RX100 IV 1. Settings in camera: Take any PP and set Gamma to Cine1 and Color Mode to Pro. Use a Kelvin-based Whitebalance since Sonys like to go off as often reported here. I found myself having two profiles on the RX100, one with 100p & 5600k Kelvin for daylight usage and one with 25p & 3300k Kelvin for lowlight / tungsten. Configure the lensring so that you can focus with it, use the akward handle on top for zooming. Oh and btw, set the zoom speed to fast, it is the only way for not having akward movements. If you dont need 100/120p and you are willing to sacrifice a bit of FoV then set the stabilisation to Intelligent Active (not available in 4k nor in 100/120p) - amazing stabilisation, not GX80 level but very close. I also love to use a Tiffen Ultra Contrast 3 filter on that lens, but then you have to be very careful in daylight. 2. Postprocessing: I admit that I love FilmConvert and use it quite frequently. It has a dedicated RX100 IV profile that matches the above mentioned settings. Simply apply the profile, adjust shadows & highlights to your likings - with the profile the shadows are normally arround 20IRE, in my opinion one can pull them quite often a bit down without loosing detail there to get more contrast. I rarely touch the mids and sometimes adjust the highlights. When shooting with the profile, faces can be a bit reddish, but FilmConvert evens that out. For the RX100 I like the KD P400 Ptra stock without any grain. Sometimes using the exposure switch gives also a nice touch to the image. Example:  
    • Reminded how great GH4 can be...
      @Liam @mercer thanks guys I appreciate it ! Looking back at this footage really makes me miss that GH4 man. I kinda prefer the motion cadence it has. It has energy, same with the g7. And those voigtlander lenses were hella sharp even with the pro mist diffuser 
    • Why the 2 new Tamron SP are game changers for video
      Anyone here using one of those two lenses?
    • Panasonic GX80 - 5 Axis IBIS works on video!
      It is really a tempting camera.. This with the Voigtläner 25 or, for the brave amongst us: pairing it with a BMPCC speedbooster and putting the Voigtländer Ultron on it... sigh, GAS.