Jump to content

EOSHD

Welcome to the EOSHD forum. The knowledge-base for all mirrorless, DSLR and pro video cameras.

Subforums

  1. ANAMORPHIC

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

    16,849
    posts
  2. RAW SHOOTING CAMERAS

    ALL THINGS RAW! Cameras including Blackmagic and codecs like ProRes RAW and BRAW. Accessories like external recorders and workflows including raw compatible NLEs.

    2,897
    posts
  3. SHOOTING AND FOOTAGE

    Screening room and the creative side of filmmaking - share your videos / ideas / stories and scripts.

    3,678
    posts
  4. SAMSUNG NX1 / NX500 HACK

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

    4,783
    posts
  5. GEAR FOR SALE

    Post classified ads for your camera gear and filmmaking related kit!

    2,441
    posts

9,217 topics in this forum

    • 17 replies
    • 1,555 views
    • 3,127 replies
    • 483,841 views
    • 503 replies
    • 184,591 views
  1. Lenses

    • 3,745 replies
    • 420,865 views
    • 104 replies
    • 44,576 views
    • 1,049 replies
    • 148,595 views
    • 582 replies
    • 184,354 views
    • 124 replies
    • 10,551 views
    • 3 replies
    • 96 views
    • 29 replies
    • 2,500 views
    • 30 replies
    • 563 views
    • 40 replies
    • 2,368 views
    • 89 replies
    • 5,894 views
    • 19 replies
    • 590 views
    • 6,645 replies
    • 658,938 views
    • 635 replies
    • 67,467 views
    • 26 replies
    • 1,191 views
    • 1,007 replies
    • 75,469 views
    • 47 replies
    • 10,154 views
    • 815 replies
    • 58,623 views
    • 83 replies
    • 4,597 views
    • 3 replies
    • 207 views
    • 13 replies
    • 822 views
    • 28 replies
    • 1,595 views
    • 237 replies
    • 17,812 views
    • 157 replies
    • 19,270 views
    • 5 replies
    • 436 views
    • 1 reply
    • 190 views
    • 282 replies
    • 19,074 views
    • 5 replies
    • 174 views
  2. Great new additions to FCPX

    • 4 replies
    • 461 views
    • 92 replies
    • 4,181 views
  3. Warp stabilizer alternative?

    • 9 replies
    • 329 views
    • 6 replies
    • 220 views
    • 349 replies
    • 34,020 views
EOSHD C-LOG and Film Profiles for All Canon DSLRs
EOSHD Pro Color 3.0 for Sony cameras
EOSHD Pro LOG for Sony cameras
EOSHD 5D Mark III 3.5K RAW Shooter's Guide


  • Popular Contributors

  • Forum Statistics

    • Total Topics
      14,215
    • Total Posts
      237,660
  • Member Statistics

    • Total Members
      28,594
    • Most Online
      19,591

    Newest Member
    robyes
    Joined
  • Posts

    • @kye the paid upgrades for MacOS (formerly OSX) are a thing of the past – its all free now, all the time~!
    • I recall some issues that Dave Dugdale had with the a6xxx cameras that looked like IBIS and IS fighting each other.  I don't recall if it ever got resolved, but I think that the only way to work out what is going on is to do a logical evaluation through testing.  Shoot a shot with everything plain settings and verify that you can get a smooth pan like that.  After you've established a baseline start adding in the settings you use one by one and see which one 'creates' the problem.  Then leave that setting on and start reverting the previously adjusted settings back to your baseline and see if it comes good again, and if so then it will be a combination of multiple settings.
    • the OP was after cheap solutions 100-150 euros, you can get a decent lav for that but not a wireless system that's worth using 
    • Wired is ultimately better, but the convenience of wireless trumps it if you are shooting and recording yourself.  Mic up the talent, stick the transmitter in his/her pocket, and get on with the million and one other things you have to take care of.  Just do everybody a favour and take off the headphones if they pop to the loo!!! Can see the merits of wired too though.  It's a close call.
    • Doesn't make any sense to me for the reasons I listed, have been burnt more than once from drop outs and interference with 'quality' wireless systems.If it's a sit down talking heads then wired is better quality and less risk and cheaper. What's not to like
×