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    • Panasonic should just use IR or ultrasonic AF to satisfy the 0-10 meters vlogging scenario and use DfD for the rest if there is some conspiracy against them using PDAF.
    • I precisely said the stills, which we shot RAW so no picture profile to talk about. IQ wise video was great (I actually used the recommandations from this forum in a post I created prior to the trip and that was great).   I edited hundreds of stills from both cameras, since we shot with a friend and myself. Many times we got "duplicates" like similar photos of a sunset for example taken with both the A7III and the XT3. And I confirm the A7III shots were much superior both in Dynamic range and noise control. It's just what I see on my screen.    I agree, LX100 was disappointing.  For sure a GH6 with proper AF would be killer, so would be a smaller S1 with better AF. Panasonic makes great video cameras, their main flaw right now is AF across the line.     
    • That may well be the case for the 50 1.2L as that is a lens that would not have sold in huge numbers (there are many on Ebay but not really compared to other lenses)  so they likely made it in batches and had enough in stock to meet the demand (I wish I had noted when mine was made before selling it).      Looking at other forums around the net, I see some people have FD lenses made as late as 1994 for a 100 f2 and 1993 for  80-200 f4 L and 50 3.5 macro.     The rare FD 200 1.8 was not even produced until November 1989  a couple of years AFTER the EF mount had begun and it seems there was a five year overlap period from FD to EF.
    • Wildlife shooters, how are you coping? Any ideas on when a proper super zoom L-mount will be available? I was planning on selling my GH5 but I think I will hang on so I can continue to use the Pan 100-400.   Big fan of GH5.  Voigtlander 17.5 lived on my camera.  I must admit though the S1H with 24-70 is a pleasure to use without swapping lenses like before.  GH5 feels so light in comparison. It's like when you hold someone else's baby, you forget how small your kids used to be!  V-log is new to me. Still figuring it out. Have zebras @ 90 highlights and 55 skin.  Never ventured away from Cine-D on GH5.  It's my first FF so bit of a learning curve, managing DOF, ISO.  Definitely helps that its essentially very similar Panny menu and functionality of GH5.  Would love to have a built in ND.  Is it difficult tech? Even the RX100 has it.  Happy shooting
    • Everything that Andrew has said in reply to you, plus:   1. Metabones Hasselblad V to GFX Speedbooster. It brings real medium format to digital! Good choices (for stills as well as video) are (a) 50mm f/2.8 F (forget about the FE versions -- the electronics won't communicate, and they are more expensive) (b) 80mm f2.8 F (the CF or C versions are also good, and optically the same; but the F version focuses closer, and could be easily de-clicked) (c) 150mm f2.8 F All three above are excellent optically, could be easily de-clicked, and surprisingly affordable. I have omitted the legendary 110mm f2 not because it isn't good (it is), but second-hand price is very expensive.   2. For video use, the 16:9 4K crop of GFX 100 is 0.918x, i.e. only a little larger than the 0.934x crop of Red 8K VV at FF. Any FF lens, except perhaps the widest of superwides, should cover. The DCI 4K crop is just a bit bigger, but we still have room to experiment. Judging from screenshots I've seen (I've forgotten where....), Sigma 24mm f1.4 Art should most likely cover the 0.918x crop wide open at near- to mid-distance, or stopped down at infinity.
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