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  2. Well Tony says the Fuji GFX mount is a dead duck down the road, L mount also. Don't put any, much money into it. No real market for it, probably true. Interesting video.
  3. https://www.forbes.com/sites/chuckdevore/2018/10/16/the-trump-manufacturing-jobs-boom-10-times-obamas-over-21-months/?fbclid=IwAR0-EIvHqXnD9d8yU5d1PGXdTWQH6i8d8DpIFgw0nsvp0XbACEsUTqP33_s#763caf535850 The Trump Manufacturing Jobs Boom: 10 Times Obama's Over 21 Months
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  5. Looking to buy either the 8/19 or 16/32 Bolex Moller Anamorphic lenses. Please PM, thanks.
  6. Do you have any links to footage or pics?
  7. KnightsFan

    Davinci Resolve 16

    Definitely. I just tried putting a tracking marker on my arm and removing it. It utterly failed to replace the tracking marker with skin--and instead replaced that patch of my skin with the wall behind me! Like I said, not great results, but it's pretty fun to play with.
  8. thephoenix

    Davinci Resolve 16

    Think It is machine learning based so will improve in time
  9. KnightsFan

    Davinci Resolve 16

    I've never used mocha before. I have a feeling that the Resolve feature will be most useful for tiny objects in the far background that aren't super noticeable anyway, because so far I'm not getting anything really good out of it.
  10. For me Canon lenses AF on Fuji for stills stretches from mediocre to usable. Compared to as advertised on a Canon body (both mirror and DPAF). For video on a Fuji the Canon lenses AF stretches from bad to absolutely unusable. Compared to really really good on a Canon body with DPAF. I've tried 28/1.8, 50/1.8 STM, 85mm f1.8, 200/2.8L and a bunch of zooms.
  11. thephoenix

    Davinci Resolve 16

    i wish but full version only and don't have the full. from what i've seen it seems easier to use than mocha which is kinda tricky for newbies like i am
  12. don't know the lenses you have but i know some canon lenses can have bad af. sold my 50mm and 85mm both 1.2 because the af were such a pain. got the 100mm 2.8 macro who's af is not that great too but at least it is really sharp and has is. Is is also why i bought the 85 1.4 but never used it yet 😕 will do some day but the crop factor with the fringer makes it too long for me i guess. but i am sure its af is pretty good too as it is a really recent build lense.
  13. KnightsFan

    Davinci Resolve 16

    Has anyone else tried out the new object removal tool? I'm experimenting with it today and it's really fun so far. The results aren't great yet, so I'm trying to learn what scenarios it works for and where it fails.
  14. Yep. I'm all up to date on the fw, and all the lenses are on Fringer's supported list. So it was all a bit disappointing for me -- though I'd never used lenses with an adapter before. I didn't know what to expect, and I thought it was all part of the deal. In similar conditions, those L lenses' AF is really reliable on a Canon body. They were super on the 70D, and still bringing home the bacon on the 5D3. 😄
  15. Well i am more of a manual focus person when It comes to video. But when i tried my Tamron af with the fringer It was really good to me. And It was prior to fw 3.0 The Tamron Is quite new. so is the af It uses. maybe that Is the beginning of an answer. Make also sure your fringer fw is up to date Will test the 85mm 1.4 from canon too but will be in 2 weeks as I am on a trip at the moment.
  16. I still use the Canon lenses I mentioned on a 5D3 with magic lantern when the scene is on a tripod, but the 5D3 doesn't have continuous video AF at all. (That's what I have the Fuji for, y'know?) For 'S' autofocus, à la the 5D3, the autofocus of the Fuji with an adapter is slow, but then it doesn't make that much of a difference. It eventually focuses and that is it until you ask it to refocus. The OP didn't really say what his use case is.
  17. Nice, glad you figured out the bitrate, Andrew. I found the 6k photomode just playing around a few weeks ago but was too dumb to check the manual for the specs. Really hoping the upgrade comes with the ability to shoot in 24p and HLG in this mode. I have the Leica 90mm f/2 and have been trying to get my hands on a Moller 32/2x to pair with it and the S1. Nick Driftwood has posted several videos shooting anamorphic with the S1 and the 24-105.
  18. Hello! I've been looking to replace my 20$ Zomei variable ND filter for some time. It isn't unusable, but has its own quirks, which I was quite fed up with. I decided that I don't want to spend more than 40$ for a new one ( high-rolling, ain't I? ). So, after doing a little research I put my money on a K&F ND2-32. In the meantime, while I was waiting to get it from China, I also managed to find a bargain on eBay: an used Genustech ND filter (not the Eclipse version, unfortunately). Each of these filters cost me ~40$ Here is how they compare. I used Panasonic G85 and Minolta 58/1.4 (set to f/2) on a dumb adapter, which roughly translates to 116 mm eqv. Color cast: White balance was set manually, each time I put on a new filter. To do it, I simply held a white card in front of my camera and let it save the results as a custom WB setting. So, without any filter I got 5650K and +10 tint. With K&F: 5250K, +21 With Genustech: 5100K, +25 (though it still looks yellowish to my eyes) With Zomei: 5250K, +22 2. Sharpness and contrast This was a bit tricky to evaluate, since Genustech acted as a some kind of a diopter. When I put it on, my focus point shifted just a little and I had to refocus the shot. These are 100% crops from image above. No filter (SS: 1/250 s): K&F at ND2 (1/100 s): K&F at its maximum (which, truth be told, is closer to ND16 than ND32) [1/13 s]: Genustech at ND2 (1/100 s): Genustech matching K&F max (1/13 s): Genustech at its maximum (around ND 200 [7.5 stops]) [0.8 s]: Zomei at ND2 (1/100 s): Zomei matching K&F max (1/13 s): Zomei at its maximum (also around ND200) [0.8 s) : 3. Bokeh Both small and big 'balls'. Once again, 100% crops. No filter: K&F: Genustech: Zomei: 4. Other thoughts What I really like about the K&F filter is the fact that it has hard stops at minimum and maximum. It's a shame it goes only up to ND 16. Genustech doesn't really work as a polarizer. If you rotate it, it won't block reflections (both K&F and Zomei will). Instead, it changes reflections' color (from brownish to blueish). I'm not sharing my conclusions since I don't want to influence yours. Which filter would you keep with you, taking everything into account? Regards.
  19. If you convert your clips anyway, why don't you convert the matrix? It's a bulletproof solution to this issue which I described in my video I recommended you to watch. Or if you prefer a written version, here it is at the bottom of the page: http://colorizer.net/index.php?op=technical It uses FFMPEG.
  20. I never lost files not even with the first firmware. Looking on the external sdd the files where always there and useable when the battery ran out of juice.
  21. @Andrew Reid your 3.5K Magic Lantern Raw Guide is excellent. It’s well written and easy to understand. Although the 3.5K is pretty amazing, I’m most impressed with the 1080p 14bit lossless! Not only are the smaller, file sizes a Godsend, it seems the image is sharper and cleaner in the shadows than uncompressed 14bit! Is this just in my head? Thanks for supplying these guides, I don’t think you get enough credit for them... they’re priceless!!!
  22. I tend to shoot chronologically and “edit” in camera, so can you set up a custom setting where you have “C2” set for 60p on the 2nd card slot while you have 24p set to “C1” on the 1st card slot?
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