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      Well, I did not get to test out the same mixer that I have, but my friend gave me his Icicle mixer and it works perfectly fine without a battery. I just the mixer I have just does not have enough power which doesn't make any sense at all. I do not understand still. 
    • My thoughts on the Kipon Medium Format "Speedbooster"
      You're right, lenses don't have any unique characteristics. Buying old lenses and adapting them makes no sense.
    • GH5 - 5 axis stabilisation body versus 3 axis gimbal?
      There's a trick to panning with 5 axis IBIS cameras - you have to learn how the device behaves under different kinds of movement, ie. you can't just pan any old way and expect it to work. This is because, among other things, the IBIS is trying to keep the image still, while you're trying to move it. Plus some lenses are better at it than others. So a super slow or fast pan might not work as well as one that gets the speed just right for the camera to work out that it should release and re-grab at the right points. I think of it like stuttering. If you know what you're going to say before you say it you decrease stuttering a lot.  As for the pistol grip, I keep seeing them put out improved models. Great advances in that area at the moment. 
    • Camera advice. Best image, ignore rest. $3000
      I envied the photographers at my last wedding the other week. Dirty big pro looking Nikons - covering 24-200 at f2.8 between them and shooting RAW with only one lens change each to contend with the entire day. Not a care in the world about exposure and WB (within reason). And then there was me with four lenses, a7s, a7sii, dying batteries, changing WB and exposure between the main hall, outside, the glass reception area, back into the main hall, outside again, do please remember to change WB by 2000k when setting up on the tripods at the last moment and don't blow the dress out. First time I shot RAW photos was an absolute revelation and I lost my respect for the generic wedding photographer charging £800 for what he does. ALL you have to think about (outside extreme conditions) is the art of composition - you either have that or you don't - and then clack, clack, clack away with your massive flash ruining all my slow motion footage with your white bars across my screen. I might keep videography as a hobby and switch to photography when it comes to weddings. Or save up and film weddings in RAW video...  
    • New Sigma art glass!
      Looks like they've announced four lenses in all: the Art 24-70 f/2.8, Art 14mm f/1.8, Art 135mm f/1.8, and Contemporary 100-400mm f/5-6.3.