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    • Shooting on an old and cheap SD camera to make feel like 8mm or 16mm
      Hallo Ed, your video is shot very nice, with a beautiful mood and with a "filmic" look. The word filmic is getting kinda odd to use though, like lacking expressions to describe something not looking tv-videoish:) One question: your DVX100 footage, which you posted a few months or so ago, looked rather like 720p. For your video above, I would imagine that beautiful 3CCD 480p would have more resolution like your DVX video. cheers  
    • Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera c-mount lens compatibility list
      Yes. It's a decent lens and has quirky triangle aperture.  That seller is notorious for giving wrong/misleading information though. Also that price is fairly high.
    • Canon 50D ML Raw in late 2015??
      With a decent card I haven't had many problems with "missed shots", certainly a decent card plays a big role in a stable recording.

      Not sure of how well 50D MLraw actually performs sorry, can only comment on 7D at this stage.  
    • Canon 50D ML Raw in late 2015??
      @tweak Thanks a lot for the heads-up re the cards! Wasn't aware it's that bad.
      Would a good card make shooting raw more or less reliable, or will there still be missed shots, just less than with a bad one? @IronFilm  I'm aware of the limitations. I guess everyone has different needs, I'm looking for a budget solution and zero aliasing/moire in crop mode is particularly useful for me (filming mobile devices screens, which is moire hell). Two questions: - What about live view during recording raw? Stuttering grayscale image, or does it work normally, including overlays? - Low light? As @Andrew Reid pointed out in the initial review, in theory it should be better due to less megapixels, but when googling I came across some older articles, from the time when photographers upgraded to the then new 60D and reported low light improvements over the old 50D.     @TrueIndigo Nice      
    • An adventure into the Panasonic GX85/80 begins - and a look at the Leica Nocticron for Micro Four Thirds
      Thanks John! Yes, Adding noise was a totally aesthetic choice, I wanted a little rough look for this video. I also own a GH4 and I pleased to say that Panasonic has improve the color a lot in the GX80, the yellowness of the GH4 natural profile has gone. In my opinion the GX80 has a more pleasant and organic tone. I also notice a huge improvement in terms of noise in dark areas and in underexposed images, I believe that It was the weakest point in GH4. Until now, I am very happy with this little monster, I would like to keep on making more test and comparisons between GX80 and GH4.