By Mickey Gaidos
I shot this promotional video for the annual Tango Festival here in New Orleans.
Shot with c100II and GH5, I really wanted to test out the improvements in the lowlight capabilities with the GH5 over shooting last years festival with the GH4, I was impressed!
Edited in FCPX
So I am about to purchase Canon's C100 Mark II. just a question about the slow motion options on the camera.
I want to make a clip that shoots in slow motion but while recording at 60 Fps i want to transition back to normal velocity while recording is it possible to do this? without any type of Atomos Ninja device? I don't want to have to go into video editing either to do it because it can diminish the quality of the slow motion and the transitioning.
Hello! I'm a student hoping to get some feedbacks from the community here! Would like to share with you a video I made in Myanmar.
I am trying to highlight the happiness within the people despite the rapid development of Myanmar through this video.
Hope you like it!
This music video was shot with a Sony Fs700 and Samyang lenses.Check the shots at night, they were all made at 50 fps, without help of any speedbooster, just the combination of the Samyang lenses and the right exposure.We had no help of any kind of light equipment, because we didn't have the budget... just the street lights. For those who are thinking to buy this camera, I can just say that the Sony Fs700 is really a good deal for what it can deliver. See for yourself. And the grain... was put on purpose on post-production to have that dirty effect.