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About olialexander

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  1. Andrew (or someone else here), would you mind explaining to me a bit better the rationale around the following statement (extracted from the RX1 review):   "The 3D look on APS-C is just never quite as pervasive as it is with full frame and the RX1 with the Zeiss 35mm F2 gives you the characterful look of a Voigtlander Nokton 25mm F0.95 on Micro Four Thirds twice as often than the Nokton itself when used on a camera like the OM-D."   I'm far from being an expert in the subject - thus the question - but from my observations wouldn't a 35mm f/2.0 have very similar out-of-focus chara
  2. hey aaron, thanks for posting this! beautiful footage and solid moves! i have a question, if you don't mind answering. how does the focus ring on the sigma feel? i know it's fly-by-wire, but i'm really hoping it is a good iteration of fly-by-wire. i just pre-ordered one for my pre-ordered BMPCC + Metabones Speed Booster. i'm used to using the Voigtlander 25mm f/0.95 though, which has a very delicious feel to the focus ring. all insights are welcome! thanks in advance, oli
  3. hey @svenn, i don't think your budget is unrealistic, as long as you're willing to compromise with a few things. ready-made rigs are usually very expensive (most are overpriced, in my opinion). i'm a documentary cinematographer - which means i have to be extremely dynamic with my equipment (both video and audio) - and therefore do not use tripod's either. since everyone has different tastes for equipment, i'm just going to share with you my current set-up as well as the one that is in pre-order in B&H. maybe it can give you a few ideas. - GH3 (BMPCC in pre-order); - Voigtlan
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