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Hey guys and girls!
I posted this video on another forum(MU43) and the friendly people over there pointed me at this forum since i was asking for feedback.
I love to make pictures and short video's as an amateur but i am always looking to improve, i try to keep the suggestions in mind while making future video's and i would love to get some feedback on the video mentioned below:
Thanks in advance!
Looking to pick up a Metabones XL for my GH4. Any leads appreciated. Thanks!
Also might be looking for lenses.
Panasonic GH5 - $1,800.00
Well I tried it and decided finally to minimize my gear down to the 5D Mark III. I can’t get enough of ML Raw. So here’s the GH5 for sale.
-Less than 100 shutter count, all functions tested and everything works perfectly.
-Brand new condition. Comes with everything you get when buying new.
-Screen protector has been on the LCD screen from day one, and will be included, installed with no air bubbles
-Purchased from a Hong Kong vendor (I'm based in HK and USA). The cable for the charger has been switched to a USA style by the HK vendor.
-Original box was a little bent in transport (please see photo)
Free US shipping.
$25 for Canada
$40 for Europe
$60 for Asia/Australia/Eastern Europe
Veydra Lens Kit - $1850
This is a Veydra lens kit I pieced together over the past couple of years to use with various MFT systems.
-16mm Imperial Focus MFT
-25mm Imperial Focus MFT
-35mm Imperial Focus MFT
All three lenses are in perfect condition optically (perfect glass), and few if any signs of wear on the lens body. Functionally, all lenses work perfectly as well.
Free shipping in the US.
$30 for Canada
$50 for Europe
$60 for Asia/Australia
My username on Ebay is lic4 with 100% perfect feedback on 333 sales.
I'm a filmmaker based in So. Cal and have professional IMDB credits if you need.
The Panasonic LA7200 is an anamorphic adapter that creates a 1.33x stretch, so any camera shooting 16:9 will output a Cinemascope ratio for footage for post.
I used with my various lenses, Canon EF and FD, Olympus OM, Panasonic, Lomo ecc... It also includes the front and rear lens caps.
This adapter uses the taking lens to focus and doesn't need an adapter. It's been a great lens for me to learn with and is great for making the foray into anamorphic shooting.
I have long looked at this site and the forum for inspiration, it was one of the reasons i chose to get a GH4 to replace my old (and much loved) Canon 550d..
I don't often make short films, mostly i film corporate films (with a DVX200), but recently my friend and i, had an idea for this little film.
We filmed it over 2 days, and besides the GH4, some of the equipment used, was a Tamron 17-50 2.8 lens, Zhongyi Lens Turbo (focal reducer), some Yongnuo yn300 LED lights and lot of other things, like a variable ND filter, called Vu Scion (which is really good! It gives a really "natural" image.)
I hope you like the film, and i really hope you will let me know what you think we can do better!