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  1. Wow! Thank you guys for the tips! I’ll try and see what works best!
  2. Dear forum, I would like to shoot a scene set in a dark room (only lit by a torch/flashlight). (It’s supposed to be a burglary scene.) The problem is: If I shoot in the dark, I will have quality problems, since I’ll have to use high ISO on a Panasonic GH5. What would you do? Shoot in the dark with high ISO and try to fix it with a denoiser or shoot with more light and fake the darkness in post? And no, I’m not going to buy a GH5S or a Sony for this! 🙂 Thanks for any tips!
  3. Very interesting, thank you for this test. Modern Panasonic lenses should (hopefully!) perform better for AF on the GH5(s). Furthermore, there are many different settings for continuous AF in video on the GH5. Which one did you use? I still haven’t figured out which setting works best...
  4. For me as a hobby filmmaker this could be very helpful, because I often find audio more difficult to manage than image. Many hobby filmmakers have the same problem. I also think that a good description of when to use which preset would be very helpful and save time.
  5. Well, yes, and I am neither a lawyer nor living in the US, but as far as I know, they weren't trying to repair it, they just opened it for a video. And they did not just open it, the completely disassembled just for fun. And they damaged it by doing so. If so, this is a different story than trying to repair something that is broken yourself and it is a violation of the terms of service. I read the article cited by Trek of Joy and as I understand it, the law is not a "get out of jail card" in any case, there are restriction. And, according to this article, there ARE spare parts etc available for this iMac: https://www.macrumors.com/2018/04/18/linus-tech-tips-imac-pro-repair-video/ To imply that the iMac Pro is not professional, as the YouTubers did, is at least exaggerated.
  6. This is just another case, in which one should check the facts before reaching a conclusion and believe something someone on a YouTube Channel says... Obviously, Apple declined to repair the iMac because "Linus Tech" took the iMac apart, damaging it in the process and "typically if a Mac is taken apart by someone other than an authorized technician, we can typically no longer service the Mac." In these cases, Apple understandably cannot take the responsibility that the iMac will work again faultlessly. Read the whole story here: http://appleinsider.com/articles/18/04/18/apple-refusing-to-fix-youtubers-imac-pro-claims-low-on-facts-light-on-details Another case of a YouTuber wanting attention, I would say.
  7. Thank for the suggestions, I will try grading after adding VFX and see how it goes...
  8. Hi, I don‘t know if this is the correct forum to ask this, as it is not really camera-related, but: How do you grade footage with VFX in it? Is it best to grade the video part first and the add the VFX later (which can be cumbersome if you then realise that there are editing changes needed) or is it best to complete the scene with VFX and grade it then? The problem with grading after adding the VFX is that the look of VFX (e.g. explosions, virtual interfaces, 3D models) may alter significantly after grading, especially if the video was shot in log or a flat profile. What do you do it? Thanks for any tips!
  9. The biggest argument (apart from some specialised video features of the GH5) for me in favour of M4/3 versus FF is the size of the lenses. I don‘t like carrying around heavy stuff und found M4/3 to be a good compromise... But maybe the times have changed? Are Sony lenses comparable in size and weight with the equivalent m4/3 lenses?
  10. I don’t think you are getting the point Andrew is making. It is not about censorship, it is about egoism, greed and lack of decency. It is not plausible that L.P.’s intention was to bring more attention to the high suicide rates, it is rather obvious that he wanted to bring more attention to himself. War correspondents do not laugh in their videos, as far as I know. Also, even war correspondents sometimes cross the line and exploit situations and it still isn’t right just because it is their profession.
  11. Thanks, I will try that and see if it works for me!
  12. Hi, I ended up with a large number of LUTs and it has gotten very confusing... Especially since I would like to use different applications from times to times (PremierePro, FCPX, Resolve), which require the LUTs to be in a specific folder to work properly. How do you organize your LUT collection in order to find the LUT you want easily and to use it with different applications? I would like to avoid having multiple copies of the LUTs. I guess I could throw away some LUTs, but I... don't want to! :-) Thanks!
  13. OK, thanks! That must be the reason, I had 25 fps...
  14. Thanks for the great overview. By the way, how do I set the 120 fps VFR on the GH5? I can only select 100, 125, 150, 175, 180 fps.
  15. Hahaha! Very funny! Does it also come in an ANALmorphic version? ;-)
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