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  1. Hi. Here is a music video I directed last week on my Sony A7sii using zeiss super speed lenses via a pl mount adapter. Hope you like it.  Guy   
  2. Nikon video noise

    Hello everybody. I have a special question to you. See the video below. See the black area on the camera screen, you will check horizoltal and vertical lines. I think this is not a normally way to explain camera video noise. What do you think? Ideas?
  3. Best workflow for Panasonic GH4?

    Hi, I'm new to this forum, after a while of reading I decided to put my first post.    I have always worked with the Canon 60D, and premiere pro CS6/CC. Now I bought Panasonic GH4 and i'm a little lost with the workflow.   My PC:   i7 3930k Asus P9x79 WS GTX 670 2GB 32GB RAM 1600   Storage:   C: 256GB Samsung 840 PRO (Os / App)  D: 2x Caviar Black 1TB RAID 0 (Media / Projects)  E: Caviar Black 1TB (Export )  F: 256GB Samsung 840 PRO (Media Cache) G:Caviar Green 1TB (D: Backups)  H Caviar Green 500GB (Music, movies, etc.)    Dell U3014   I tried to work with 24p Cinema 4k. Goes well, but applying any effect, it is very slow. When I export to h.264 4k 24p, takes a long time, the CPU goes only to 27% and the RAM to 11GB ... I do not know why not use more.    Here are my questions:    1. Which would be the best workflow for working with 4K files? Proress, DNxHD ...? Proxies?      The final product will almost always exported at 1080p, only in some cases to 4k for now. So if there are two workflows would seem interesting to me also.    2. After the editing, workflow to move to color grading in Resolve?    3. Better combination for external backups?    Any other advice will be of great help.    Excuse my English.    Thanks        
  4. g6 vs gh3 vs nikon d5300?

    Hey guys!   I'm looking to get into video work, and I'm trying to figure out which camera would best suit my needs. I'm looking for a camera with great stills as well as video. The 3 main contenders for me are panasonic's gh3 and g6 and Nikon's d5300. All of them offer full HD at 24 at 60fps, which is crucial for me. They also all have a 3.5mm jack for external microphone. These specs are similar, but Panasonic's seem to be better for video. If it was video alone, I would choose the Panasonic cameras. But, I'm also looking for great stills. Right now I have the sony a58, and I don't want anything under the quality of its stills. The d5300 has better dynamic range, AF, sensor size, and low light performance. I've heard that the d5300 is one of the best APS-C sensor cameras for video, but it's also one of the most annoying to use. I don't want to sacrifice any stills/video quality. Which would you guys suggest?    Here's a post by eoshd themselves against the d5300.  http://www.eoshd.com/2014/02/nikon-d5300-review/   I would really appreciate the help!
  5. Music Video shot on FS700 & a6000

    'Get Free' shot for French alternative rock outfit Kids From Atlas. POV shots of viewfinder of old twin reflex were done with DIY wooden rig (see photos) with a6000 and old Carl Zeiss Flektogon 2,4/35. The close focusing capabilities of that lens (20cm) made it a great match for FOV and distance. The rest shot on the FS700 with speedbooster and Canon glass. Contrary to popular belief, inspiration for opening shots of naked man, awakening in a strange house were not based on this director's personal experience...  
  6. Music Video Shot on a7s

    I shot a music video on the a7s for a friend over the holiday. A few weeks ago I finished the edit and I'm looking for feedback. This was really the first time I've attempted a music video and the first time I have ever really played with speed ramping and I had a blast doing it. I would really like to do more of these.    
  7. Please have a look at a music video I made for the musician Carla Bozulich, for her song Gonna Stop Killing. I used a Canon 5D Mark III, with Magic Lantern for RAW shooting. Zeiss lenses used: 35/1.4, 50/2, 100/2. http://vimeo.com/116440492 Enjoy!
  8. The official EOSHD sticky topic for GH4 users.
  9. Wanted to share: I just recently shot this new music video by Bay Area musician Jeff Campbell, "Save Me," shot on the Canon 70D with only the help of tripods and a monopod. Black and white, flares galore.  The camera was great, through and through.  Had much tighter focus than my 7D.  Have a watch:  
  10. Jesse McCloskey Demo Reel 2014

    Hey guys, just finished my reel for 2014, let me know what you think!  
  11. MOX - Open Source Video Format

    One to watch, I wonder if there will also be a web delivery format without the current restrictions.   https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mox-file-format
  12. Hi everyone! Do you know any website where only professional videos are published? I couldn't find it for quite a long time... so I decided to create my own project. The teaser website: www.vimazing.com The full vimazing will be online soon! Please contact me if you want to collaborate ;)
  13. Hi! I'm new to the forum, and a recent purchaser of the EOSHD 5D3 RAW video ebook which has been great thank you very much!   I learned about Cineform from the book, and at first glance it seems like a huge boon: smaller file sizes, fewer post production steps etc. But today after converting my first full 5D3 RAW video shoot with Cineform, I noticed it didn't seem to be as sharp as I expected.    Let me briefly explain my old and new workflow and perhaps someone can tell me if I'm doing anything wrong:   Old workflow: - Copy ML RAW video files to HDD - Point Rawanizer to the folder and batch convert all clips into a DNG sequence using the dcraw option - Import the DNG sequence into Adobe After Effects, using Adobe Camera Raw to apply some general grading, colour correction, sharpness etc - Drop the import into a composition and scale the composition to suit the length of the clip - Export to a DNxHD "DNX 120 1080p 25" encoded .mxf file - Import all .mxf files into Premiere for editing   New workflow: - Copy ML RAW video files to HDD - Point Rawanizer to the folder and batch convert all clips into .avi files with the Cineform option (-422 parameter for the free version) - Import all .avi files into Premiere for editing - Apply grading and sharpening in Premiere   As you can see, the new workflow has fewer steps, and I end up with much smaller files, which is great. But even before I apply sharpening to the DNGs in the old workflow, those images are FAR sharper than the ungraded Cineform files. It almost looks like the files are 720p not 1080p.   I've attached a photo illustrating the dramatic difference. The Cineform is on the left, and the DNG is on the right. The DNG has had no processing done to it, this is how it looks with all ACR sliders set to their defaults.   Can anyone help? Thank you!    
  14. Two journeys, a plane into Macau, and the ferry to Kowloon, as the storm clouds come in.      Panasonic G6, 20mm 1.7, neat video NR, ImpulZ LUTs   Unfortunately the noise reduction means that banding is evident in the vimeo stream. It's a bit better if you download it.   It got a nice review on Coconuts Hong Kong, which has never happened to me before. If you'll forgive me quoting my own good press!   http://hongkong.coconuts.co/2014/08/08/video-fall-love-hong-kongs-typhoon-season-romanticised-wet-weather-treat  
  15. Hello all,    Firstly thank you for taking the time to open this and at least read this far. For those of you that aren't here to give constructive advice and help please look else where to spread your negativity.   If you've carried on read then thank you.   I was an animator, film maker, director and editor a few year ago, but since the economic downfall I've now found a new career path in working with young people. I use my skills and knowledge base to engage the otherwise forgotten about youth of Birmingham, UK.   I've researched over the last five years the possibility of creating a wedding videography business. I'm not thinking of it as a full time career, not as yet any how. But I really miss the create elements involved in producing creative pieces of film and I'm fed up of seeing the terrible quality of the videographers in my local area charging a small fortune.    Since I've been out for a while I've done quite a bit of research on equipment and I'm finding so many conflicting reviews. It's proving difficult to narrow down and actually buy some equipment. Here's what I'm thinking so far:     Canon 5d mark 2 with lens 1 £1,500         Memory 2 £440       Lexar Professional 128GB 800X 120MB/s High Speed UDMA CompactFlash Memory Card Steady Cam 1 £500       Steadicam Merlin 2 Mic 1 £150       Rode VideoMic Pro Camera Monopod 1 £130       Manfrotto Fluid Video Monopod  Total   £2,720           I'm interested into what you guys think and if I've missed anything out equipment wise.   I'm looking for a DSLR that is suited towards video shooting full HD at least 50fps. I've read that the panasonic GH3 hacked are the best for video but over the past few years the Mark 2 still seems to be a strong favourite.   Thank's in advance for your time and help   Regards
  16. Neat Video extreme long render time

    I have just downloaded Neat Video noise reduction plugin for FCPX. I does a really good job, but render times seem v   e   r   y long. A 20 sec. clip took aprox. 2 min, to render.   I have an iMac 3.4 GHz i7 with fusion drive , 16 GB Ram, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680MX 2048 MB w/CUDA so my hardware is not the slowest on the planet. All other render processes than Neat Video run really fast. Is it just the way things are with Neat?
  17. Dual Monitor with canon 6D

    Would like to need your help for shooting video with my Canon 6D? 1) I need to use my live view LCD of 6D active while using a field monitor connect with my 6D using mini HDMI cable active. Basically I need to keep both the screen active so that during my shooting my clients can see the shooting with the external monitor. Kindly help me, how can I do that? 2) how can I shoot raw video with magic lantern in 6D? Kindly help me with the step by step tutorial if possible.? Thanks. Best regards. Apon
  18. Excuse me for my english, I'm from Ukraine! I suggest you test video and some photos of the modified anamorphic adapter 35 NAP 2-2. adapter cost $ 40. used camera Nikon d800 and lens Samyang 85/1.4. focusing is possible from 1.1 meters to infinity (depends on the main lens). later I will make a casing for the adapter and the mechanism of simultaneous focus control and lens adapter. be pleased to answer all your questions!   ">   ">     Download the original video clip and photos of each - http://www.ex.ua/view/75243102, login zeonmaster-seller, password zeonmaster.   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X39356HgF0k http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkjG8litZ6w http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkI7AsIBYZw
  19. HUNTER shot on BMCC 2,5K edited on FCPX, Resolve and AE     Directed, Shot & Edited by Marc Linnhoff Music by Broad Rush Label : Dub All Or Nothing With : Clarisse Hagenmuller, Denis Jelly, Pierre Riff, Joffrey Schmidt, Sandrine Pirès, Marine Gardeux, Sylvain Clauser Routier, Anne Sophie Gole, Jonathan Lagrave Sponsored by Frank Linnhoff DP : Dom Pichard aka P-mod p-mod.com DP Assistant : Ludovic Haas Camera Assistant : Vladimir Lutz lutzvladimir.fr Make-Up & Hair : Anne-Ka Lejeal, Sophie Renier, Elsa Parmentier Costume : Adèle Wucher Barbecue Spit made by Christophe Fruh Skull made by Jean Linnhoff jeanlinnhoff.com Special thanks to Brigitte Desforges, Kevin Linnhoff, Frank Linnhoff, Jean-Marie Hagenmuller, Elodie Heitz aka Mnémo, Jacques Roth, Bouna, Jo, Delphine Lagrave, Famille Lejeal, Ross Middleton, La Clairière - Longemer Backstage photos by P-mod : flickr.com/photos/p-mod/sets/72157646215719879/
  20. Indie Wedding Video

    Hi guys,   i shot a short "wedding music video" for an friend of me in "indie style" - hope you´ll like it!       LOCATION: Kulturgut Wrechen DATE: 10.8.2013 EQUIPMENT: Canon 5D Mark III | Canon 35 2.0 IS | Canon 50 1.4 | Canon 70-200 2.8 IS II | Canon 100 2.8 Makro | Canon 85 1.8 | Tamron 24-70 2.8 | Tokina 11-16 2.8 | Panasonic GH2 | Olympus 12 2.0 | Voigtländer Nokton 25 0.95 mft, | Manfrotto Stativ | Manfrotto Einbein | Eightline Slilder | China LED Kopflicht | Edelkrone Followfocus |  Edelkrone Pocketrig | Genius Eclipse Varia ND EDITING + GRADING: Final Cut Pro 10.1 MUSIC: Youth Lagoon - Afternoon (itunes.apple.com/de/artist/youth-lagoon/id457870121)   Any Feedback welcome! 
  21. Music Cover Video Shot on Canon EOS M

    Hi, I shot this on eos m. I used 22 STM, 50 1.8 nikkor, and 35 1.8 nikkor. Used fcpx to edit motion for graphics and nest video to remove noise. My friend record mix and create all music using logic. Not at all comparable to any of your guys video so I would appreciate any pointer. Thanks!
  22. Greetings, I've run into an issue with remotely controlling the video on a Canon DSLR (5D2 and 7D) while maintaining EOS Utility. I need 150+ft range and USB drops off after ~30ft. I've tried USB to ethernet adapters since I was told ethernet doesn't drop off, but that hasn't worked yet - I was later told you would beed a network router for this to work? Does anyone know of a solution for wired control of a Canon DSLR so that the control through EOS utility is still functional. I have solutions for wirelessly triggering video with a pocketwizard setup, but I lose two very critical things; exposure control control and media download. The concept is to have a camera rigged in a location where repeated visits isn't an option - so exposure control and media download are key. I've read that the Canon wireless transmitters will also maintain the functionality of the EOS Utility - does anyone have experience with that? What do folks with these RC helicopters do for remote control of video? Probably a much bigger budget than I have... Thanks in advance for suggestions and advice. -Ronan
  23. Hi everyone! So I need help on picking a camera, I've also sucked at deciding in general. Basically I need it to film videos for my vlog, some of me at home and others me filming protests. If it was just videos at home of me talking I wouldn't care that much, but filming protests means the camera has to do well in different lighting, specifically low light, and it has to deal with a lot of people moving around. Another important thing is audio, because during protests I might ask someone some stuff and I'd like the viewer to be able to hear them. I know DSLR's don't do very well in that aspect, although you can buy a separate thing for that.  I'm not sure about budget yet, I am a student though so don't suggest anything more than $800ish while I figure what I can afford.  Any help would be appreciated!  Thank you :)   
  24. Hey there, I am relatively new to these discussions; but after having scoured the internet for some answers I have been at a loss, so where better to ask than here??? I have been working for a my organisation for a year now, and my job is essentially being the in-house film-maker, for the past year I have been using my Hacked Lumix GH2 (don't ask me what type of hack it is, I did it in 2012, recording between 88-90mbps with no negative side effects, except that no playback is available until the camera has been turned off and on). I typically shoot in cinema 23.976 fps in 1080p and have a very fluid workflow (I produce about 2 videos a week for the company I work for). Since last month I have been 'upgraded' to the Canon 5D MkIII since the company didn't want me to use my personal gear (for insurance reasons, I travel a lot with the gear). And while there are some downsides in terms of bulkiness of the 5D body compared to the GH2 (and lack of swivel screen) it is a standalone camera and I find the two can't be compared too much: they are both great and stand well on their own depending on the job required.   My ultimate question is: now that we're in 2014 and seeing as the GH4 is about to be released, what is the 'next level' in affordable DSLR's (or even dedicated cameras, like the Black Magic)in your opinion? I feel like I have been out of touch with the camera world since I hacked my GH2 in 2012, is this a camera that seems 'future proof' (with the hack) or will it shrivel to the upcoming 4k's? 
  25. Hello,   I've been traveling since may 2013, and making travel videos with my gh3 and a ts3cine highspeed camera. I was inspired by EOSHD to try out an anamorphic lens. Having blown my budget on gear before i left, I was looking for something on the cheap. I managed to grab a Bell & Howell Kowa 2x from ebay for $340. I had it sent to my mom and she met me in Bangkok.   So here is the first stuff I have shot with a anamorphic. Run and gun with a dual focus anamorphic, not the easiest.....     If you like please check out my vimeo page for lots of other travel videos....   Thanks, James