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  1. The little triangle on the screen shows the optimal normal recording level. It can bounce a little over but average at or below. Reduce room reverb with hanging curtains, sheets, rugs
  2. If the deadcat fits over the foam then it's meant to.
  3. Because you were replying to me and I wasn't talking about Australia...
  4. NZ is not part of Australia. Those are new homes, and I agree they are getting bigger as the area of land decreases to almost the same size as the house. The existing average would be closer to 70m2. I've lived, and helped build, in both countries so that's what I'm basing my opinion on.
  5. Not only that, but the size and quality is completely different too. US houses are like mansions compared to here. It can easily be over $10,000 just to get the local city council to look at the plans to build a house here, without the land being touched or any guarantee you can build anything. Well there is that
  6. Mmm, the slowest I'd go for is the 25mm 1.4 or something like the Kamlan 1.1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_O3drNt01Q I just think 2.8 is too slow for that described. If you're at 3200 iso it's a bit rough. Anyway, wider aperture with candles = bokeh balls!
  7. My suspicion is that it *is* neat video and also that the stabilizer *is* mercalli and the deflicker *is* flickerfree. All I can say is that I was quite worried about losing my plugins when swapping to Resolve and found out that it had all the same functionality built in. Very very similar functionality
  8. Aha, quoted for truth. It takes two to tango.
  9. Orangenz

    Rec709 Luts?

    I believe "conversion to Rec709" luts require you to use a specific in-camera setup and profile. That makes retro fitting a conversion LUT onto existing footage problematic if you used something different. I think the leeminglutpro.com luts are quite good for getting to rec709.
  10. Picture profile/HLG It is preferable to use a preadjusted profile like Cine D when using 8bit. Too much post on 8bit vlog can produce colour artifacts. If using 10bit then whatever you want.
  11. Go Resolve And Luminar seems a good deal on the PS side. And note the Adobe playbook includes multiple levels and discounts as the customer offers resistance.
  12. Panasonic G85, not a camcorder. If high-school level kind of thing then mobile phone with a Takstar plugged in. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Takstar-SGC-598-Photography-Interview-Shotgun-MIC-Microphone-for-Nikon-Canon-DSLR-Camera-DV-Camcorder-for/32787037899.html
  13. You don't like Casey Faris? I've found his work quite helpful so far.
  14. MP4 HEVC for your panasonic hdr tv is 25p only. When you say Rec2020 do you mean the HLG Colour Style? That is only available at 25p, not 50p. For editing in post at 50p and you want the most dynamic range then CineD is good, then add a post LUT from Eoshd or LeemingLutPro. LPCM MP4 and MOV are the same files, different "container". No difference. Use LPCM if using PC. HDMI recording mode refers to sending the signal out the HDMI socket to an external recorder. That is the only way you can get 10bit at 50p. Colour space is called "photo style" in the movie menu, page 1.
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