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  1. Hi, I've just finished editing a video and I would like to translate the title into english and japanesse  wich in spanish is:


    wich would be the correct one in english?

    And in japanesse? 
    DeepL gives me this one:


    Thank you very much,

    Any japanesese over there?
    you can see the video now in youtube if you search for it...

  2. (sorry to be so rude, english is not my language and usually I am very direct, dont want to hurt sensibilities but to expose my opinion)

    I see many contradictions here...

    You say you are independent and you are aside the brands;  and by on the other hand you desperately want to be includes in the inner circle of the big brands, to count on you, almost to read your mind: If you wanted to review the camara before the release, perhaps (and only if BM wants) they could let you one IF YOU WROTE THEM BEFORE.

    John Brawley has nofhing to do with what you have patheticly and publicly exposed here. You have attacked him with no reason. He shows much more empathy and respect and humildity to his coleagues than you do, little dictator.

    I wish I will be able to read John Brawley at BMCusers, or at BlackMagic forums in the future, because here sure I wont. 

  3. 1 hour ago, AaronChicago said:

    Yeah, and all around versatile. I’ve used the 35 and it just has too much distortion for most situations. I haven’t tried the 70mm.

    No i dont. This is the only anamorphic lens i have for MFT. I had a vintage Singer 16D that I used w/ the Ursa Mini but I got tired of how complicated everything was to set up properly. 

    Hi Aaron, the 50mm exhibits quite a lot of distortions as well, and it is more noticiable as the main actor is the city and its buildings. The stablilization in camera doesn´t play well with anamorphics together and doesn't help. But I like a lot your skills (all the other related things were the tools), the colour you've done and the shoots in general, the composition, your eye.

  4. Jase, the taking lense was a Nikon 24 f:2 . It vignetts but not so much when you are recording 4K. Was my first time using it with the Pan GX80 and IBIS was ON. Now I´ve learnt not to do so, is like it affects the alignement, what happends with IBIS and anamorphics?¿

  5. I think that Yihua did not say the whole truth and they are shipping but for testing, and it is not ready. When in April he was saying it would be ready for May-June was it realistic? At the end I think their clients patience will be compensate and the camera roks but meanwhile I've bought an ursa mini 4.6 and I'm very happy


  6. 11 hours ago, AaronChicago said:

    I can't speak for everyone that has bought a 4.6K, but myself, and the 2 people I know in town who bought one, haven't had any problems with the magenta corners. I even did a stress test against a white wall at f/8 35-70mm.

    This is yours, what f stop was it taken at?


  7. terrible magenta corners, hope new operating sistem fixes it

    On 11/6/2016 at 11:07 AM, AaronChicago said:

    With the cone reflector it is really narrow. If you take that off its really wide. I don't know the exact angle.

    Normally yes. In this situation I had alot of natural light coming in through the window (although I was planning on evening sun beaming through). If I were away from the window or in a normal indoor setting, or was shooting in shade close to the subject, then YES it would be bright enough to bounce as a key.

    Here I had the 120t directly in front of the subject. To the left of the camera. A little bit of diffusion.


    I haven't done any side by side tests yet but I think it's about equal brightness to an Arri 1K. I own a 650w so I'll do a side by side test soon.


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