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  1. Here's the Metabones EF - EOS R Speedbooster used the wrong way. Certain older EF lenses will work in 1080 mode and you can still take advantage of a wider speedboosted image circle. In Stabilized mode and using a 2.4: crop, you can almost crop out the vignetting. Some of the shots here are are cropped to avoid the vignetting and some aren't. The Speedbooster works great in 4K reducing the R's crop to 1.24 with no vignetting. This Canon EF 85mm f 1.8 becomes a 60mm f1.2 in this 1080 semi-hack mode with full electronic control (AF, aperture, etc.). More modern EF lenses don't work this way.
  2. Well I know I could never do this on my A7III or EOS R. Try to concentrate on the sky
  3. Here's an example of Highlight Recovery on - off shot at ISO 1250. Note the outside blue chair cushion & foliage frame right and interior sun highlight next to interior planter.
  4. Thanks - SLR Magic 8mm, Voigtlander 25mm f0.95, Sigma 18-35, Tamron FE 24-70 no speedbooster yet.
  5. First week with Resolve and BMPCC 4k. Lotsa blue skies in this edit and I'm not seeing any banding or microblocking shooting BRAW 8:1. Maybe a bit from YT compression but the QT is clean. Probably a little of FilmConvert could emulate that Cinema DNG look but haven't transferred that license over to Resolve yet.
  6. Of course - makes sense. Thanks for sussing that out. Waiting for that PortKeys O-eye 3G EVF to come out.
  7. Anyone know how they hooked up that Ursa EVF (1:09) to the BMPCC? The Woodencamera mod kit is no longer available and it's SDI anyway.
  8. Yeah - I keep a small piece of black tape on the opposite side of the adapter for when I pull out the filter. Keep the filter in a small soft pouch in my pocket. Not ideal but it's a great ND & better than carrying around assorted step up rings.
  9. For this style of shooting the RF 35mm 1.8 works well for me. Other lenses here are EF and FD. The EF - RF Variable ND adapter makes me almost prefer using EF glass.
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