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  1. Hi. I've really started looking into buying the FS5. It seems like the perfect camera for my work. I just hope that Sony will fix the image problems soon. My main concern with getting the camera is how well my current computer will be able to edit the XAVC-L footage. I've read from multiple sources that the files are very taxing on your computer to edit, but I can't really imagine just how heavy they really are. I don't have the money to buy both a new computer and the FS5 right now, and I much rather spend my money on a camera instead : ) Is there someone out there who would be nice enough to share some sample images from the FS5 just so that I can see how well they work in premiere and AE, and also get an idea of the image quality. I havn't been able to find any sample footage to download anywhere else. //eric
  2. Thank you very much for taking the time to watch both Storm and going back and watching my showreel aswell. Great to hear your thoughts
  3. Hi. I just wanted to show of my latest short film STORM. I shot it on the Panasonic Lumix GH4 with Kowa/Bell and Howell Anamorphic Please let me know what you think. //eric
  4. https://vimeo.com/67606128 A summer day in a boring small town in the mid 90's.   This is my latest short film, and more or less the first narrative short I've done.   There are some minor dialog in Swedish, but you probably won't miss out if you don't understand. The story is mostly told with visuals.   It was shot on a Panasonic Lumix GH2 with the "SANITY" hack.   Shot on the following glass: Panasonic 14mm f2.5 Pancake Panasonic 14-140mm f/4-5.8 kit lens Helios 44M 58mm f2 Vivitar 28mm f2.5 Fujian 35mm f1.7 C Mount CCTV Lens from ebay   Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro. Color Grading in After Effects.    
  5. I downloaded one of zach_daniels image sequences and found that you can edit the raw 4K photos natively in After Effects CS6 as a image sequence. Some of you might already know this. Its not very fast, but it's easy. Just press import and select the first picture in the sequence. After Effects automatically recognizes this a Camera Raw Sequence and imports them all. When imported the window there you can tweek the raw file will open. You just have to do your adjustments once and they will apply the whole sequence. Editing the raw image sequence is very slow, but you can always just render it out and throw it into Premiere and start playing around.
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