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  1. Hi, the mediafire link is invalid, where could I download the software, please? Thanks a lot.
  2. Thx you so much Reinaissance. Actually a good challenge could be: mft Nocticron f/1.2 vs SpeedBoster + Canon EF 85mm f/1.2 L II. If I'm right, in this case Canon wins in low-light. But as you said Nocticron without SpeedBoster remain sharpest. In your opinion, which between the two set handles better the noise? I mean... Canon is faster but softer with SpeedBooster (and without IS), while Nocticron darker but sharper (and IS). So if I shoot in 4K and then downscale to HD, which lens will give me less noise? Thx a lot.
  3. Which set gives the best low light performance: 1. GH4 + Speed Booster + EF f/1.4 lens 2. GH4 + mft Nocticron f/1.2 lens Thx
  4. I've a question: In this test I see wider dynamic range and less noise in Sony's footage, but now GH4 can have V-Log L profile that should improve DR by 2 stops! And more than this, GH4's HDMI outputs 10bit against the A7R2 that outputs only 8bit, so using the Atomos Assassin (422 Prores) on both the cameras we could see the advantage for the GH4 in post, and then prehaps the two products get closer. So, who would be the winner if GH4 is equipped with V-Log L and 10bit Prores? (please guys give me an answer because I have to decide which one to buy
  5. [quote name='Mirrorkisser' timestamp='1346586792' post='17155'] or wait for either the black magic cinema camera,the gh3 or sony alpha 99. [/quote] Blackmagic Cinema Camera is a strange phenomenon for me: 12bit DNG-RAW is perfect for color-correction, but the sensor is smaller than 4/3, so critical in low-light with high ISO, tele-cropped, no shallow DOF... I don't understand the "sense" of this camera. [quote name='Mirrorkisser' timestamp='1346586792' post='17155'] But i would always choose the gh2 with a good lens park over
  6. Thanks for your replies guys! [quote name='kirk' timestamp='1346433270' post='17039'] there are lenses available with extremely shallow DOF if you want it (f/0.95), and shooting in low light is absolutely possible if done with care.... [/quote] Well, 800$-camera with a 10K$-lens? Perhaps! But f/0,95 is out budget for me ;). Anyway, what do you exactly mean with «low light [...] done with care»? Without light panels, evening or indoor natural light only is always critical - I think - for low-light nuances (not just a bright candle in a black fie
  7. Thanks for your replies. If I correctly understand your advices, 1. for low-light and shallow DOF the best choice is FS100 (having money) 2. for low-light and shallow DOF the cheap best choice is 5D2 + VAF + MagicLantern (28mm to tele) 3. GH2 is a great and cheap camera but needs light and can't give shallow DOF 4. 5D3's "softness" isn't "cinematographic" at all! Is it all correct? Now, about "cinematographic look" lenses, which is your advice? I think that all my takes will be based on tripod (as I said, long still takes) or steadi (the ta
  8. Hi, I have to decide which camera is better for an indie feature.
 I need mainly two things: "cinematographic look" (and narrow DOF) and low-light ability. Filming will be make of long still "pictorial" takes based on indoor natural low-light only (even in evening). My first choice was 5D3 for it's low-light performance, but many guys say that it isn't a good choice for video, and that GH2 is a better choice because it's more detailed and without moire. I like the detailed GH2, but it's a bit noisy in low-light, and mainly I'm asking if GH2 detailed i
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