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  1. I also am wondering this. When I shoot with my GH5 in log 8-bit I often see terrible blotches of green or magenta on the walls when shooting indoors. The issue is better when shooting 10 bit but still not gone altogether. I've never had this issue on my C100. Any observations about this at all would be greatly appreciated.
  2. I found the first shot (posted above) and this one most distracting. The others weren't as noticeable.[img]http://www.eoshd.com/comments/uploads/inline/21795/50b62c7d0e9d3_ScreenShot20121128at102147AM.png[/img]
  3. I also found the squeeze distracting. It has the appearance of an incorrect aspect ratio on a TV. I've included an attached still. The actors are stretched vertically so that they appear skinnier than they really are. On the other hand, I appreciate how intentional you are about your filmmaking. I enjoy reading your thoughts about story and technique. It helps me to be more intentional with my own filmmaking. Hopefully your willingness to dialogue with your viewers will also help you decide which techniques are working and which ones aren't. If it were me, I'd have difficulty participating in a forum on the internet about my own work, so I applaud you for that as well. *edited for spelling
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