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    The largest online community devoted to anamorphic filmmaking.
    Discuss lenses, adapters, workflows and post lenses for sale

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    Raw shooting cameras - URSA Mini 4.6K, BMCC, BMPCC and more

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  3. SHOOTING

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    Discuss the NX1 hack and more. Share your mods. Share your tests.

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The EOSHD Panasonic GH4 Shooter's Guide
The EOSHD Samsung NX1 Setup Guide
The EOSHD Sony A7R II Setup Guide and LUT Pack
The EOSHD Anamorphic Shooter's Guide - Second Edition
The EOSHD 5D Mark III Raw Shooter's Guide
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    • Imagine Cuba - A7R II / RX100 IV / Pilotfly
      I really liked it  The big thing that stood out to me though was the mixing of different cameras. I'm not sure if it was the GoPro or the RX100, but you could clearly see the drop in quality when it was used.
    • Why the 2 new Tamron SP are game changers for video
      So I've played around with them for a bit won't have time to upload a video until later this weekend but here are my impressions after using them for an hour. - Great Build quality. I enjoy the weight, not overly heavy. - Manual focus great for AF glass. Smooth. 120 degree throw on  85mm, 180 throw on the 35mm - Both lenses breath, but not very badly. - VR is like Nick says above, it's not aggressive at all, just seems to smooth out the "shakies" from handholding. Works really well and doesn't jump at all when panning. Enjoy it so far, thought it is not on the same level as the Samsung S lenses. But the samsung glass can jump on fast pans. - Both lenses are very neutral in their color. I think I will like it for post, but not for straight out of camera looks. - Both are very very sharp. - Electronic aperture mechanisms means you need electronic aperture adapters to use the glass, otherwise you are stuck at f22. No way to shoot with these on the NX1  
    • Record around 90 mins continually
      Any camcorder with a big SD can work out. If you just have the GoPro, place it as near to the stage as possible
    • Kinefinity hands on at NAB 2016
      The UM46K has an overall magenta bias. It really helps with skintones though b/c you can just drag the tint toward green a bit and it looks perfect. For some reason green/yellow bias cameras are harder to get the red/magentas correct in the skin. It's very subtle though in the comparison. Both look great IMO.
    • Canon 7D MkII questions
      They should add Mad Max: Fury Road to that list. Anyway, are you any good at birding and wildlife? How about general photography? In my opinion, a lot of the philosophies of photography are easily transferable to video. To answer your question, it's a good camera for film/video... But what you film, how you film and edit all comes to play in the overall scheme of things.  The low down, it suffices for what most people would consider as good video aka 1080p. It gives you decent AF in video. It has some slow motion 1080/60p... You can get that through HDMI output too. I don't know what else to say. Any specific questions?