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  1. (Destroys the iPhone X) only for stills or also for video?
  2. But it was actually the hardcore Trump supporters from the Alt-Right (Mike Cernovich & others) who dug out Gunn's old tweets and denounced him. It's part of the Alt-Right trolling campaign against Hollywood's perceived liberalism (which included Alt-Right trolling against the new Star Wars films having women and African Americans in leading roles, and against the female cast of the Ghostbusters movie). In the case of Gunn, they hated the inclusive and humanist message of "Guardians of the Galaxy", and because Disney/ABC had fired Roseanna Barr: https://www.inverse.com/article/47279-gu
  3. There is no such thing as "Leica glass". This expression is only used as a photographer's colloquialism for lenses as a whole ("Leica glass", "Nikon glass", "Canon glass" etc.), but these manufacturers do not actually produce their own glass material.
  4. Probably Minolta-built. There's even a Leica camera (the famous Leica CL) whose successor was a Minolta camera (the CLE), and whose standard lens, the Summicron 40mm/f2, has been available both with Leica and Minolta branding. There are many such cases in past and recent camera history. Out of my head: The Zeiss-designed Pentax lens in the 70s, the Nikon SLR bodies sold as Kodak and Fuji, of course the "Zeiss" branding for Sony lenses and "Leica" branding for Panasonic lenses - one of which actually happens to be designed and built by Sigma. Or the "Pentax" lenses on Samsung bodies that
  5. A question to the collective wisdom of this forum: Which MFT lens is better, the Olympus 17mm F1.2 Pro or the Voigtlander 17.5mm f0.95? Their prices are roughly the same. The Voigtlander is manual-only (and designed for manual operation - a plus in my book), but the Olympus has the clever mechanical clutch for manual focus operation. The Voigtlander is half a stop faster on paper, but like the 25mm/0.95 (which I own) seems be hazy/extremely soft open, not just because of the shallow DoF, but also for the areas that are in focus. Reviews suggest that the Olympus is sharp at 1.2.
  6. You can also buy this lens as a Minolta Rokkor (maybe cheaper).
  7. The lack of artificial sharpening in their image processing/codecs.
  8. The VideoMicro is great and offers bang for the buck like no other video microphone. It even surpasses Røde's more expensive models: You just need to learn how to properly place it (which is: not on the camera):
  9. ...and that makes the numbers worthless (sorry). Olympus is primarily a medical imaging company (holding, among others, 70% of the world's endoscope market), and these products have a high margin. For sure, their consumer products don't make these profits.
  10. I would be surprised if they will cost less than $5000, so don't hold your breath.
  11. Not for the colors, only to add grain (to roughen the textures, since the lens is not an HD lens and thus renders surfaces rather soft.) The grade was very simple: 1) Transform the camera's log footage to Rec709 with Resolve's color chart matching function (using shots of an X-rite Color Checker Passport Video): This is pretty much the 'vanilla' image of the camera with the lens. 2) Apply a film emulation LUT (DxO FilmPack Kodachrome 25) at 50% strength (=Resolve's Key Output at Gain 0.5 in the Color/Node Key tab) to bring it closer to a more contrasty home movie look:
  12. Fujinon b4 mount 8-120mm/f1.7, used with activated 2x extender (16-240mm/f3.4) on a BM Pocket, until 28:10:
  13. (now with inline preview - don't know why it failed in the previous posting.)
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