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  1. I just realized that ffplay (the ffmpeg player) will show histograms, video waveforms and vectorscopes. Ffplay has to be one of the smaller applications that provides such capability. These commands worked on my Linux terminal. Not sure if the syntax changes slightly for the Windows command line. Note that the word "video" in the commands should be replaced with the name of your video file (for example, my_video.mp4). I saw both simpler and more complex versions of these commands when I did a web search. If you try ffplay and have problems, please post your commands, and I will see if I can help.
  2. Shotcut is open source, and is fairly lightweight and has histogram and waveform (apparently, no RGB parade and no vectorscope). Kdenlive is also open source, and seems to offer all the important scopes. It is probably lightweight, but not as much as Shotcut. Both of these NLEs have Windows versions. There are other open source NLEs and post production applications, but I am not sure what scopes are offered nor if there are Windows versions.
  3. Disagree. I have seen several new, heavily promoted features in Photoshop declared as breakthroughs that actually appeared years before in GIMP and other open source imaging software. I also don't see much difference between Lightroom and Darktable (and Raw Therapee). If Lightroom has an advantage, please let me know. In regards to NLEs, I don't usually use a lot of fancy plugins, but there are certain features that I find in open source NLEs that I can't find in Premiere or other proprietary software (and I would avoid using proprietary software, regardless).
  4. I use open source software. Never any worries.
  5. I've always admired the Norms Travel Dolly, because it can be "underslung." You just need to get sections of 1 1/4" tube/pipe for tracks. So, with the two stands, you can adjust the dolly height from the floor and up, with no need for camera risers to do so. Norms offers a less expensive starter kit, without the special stands and special under-slung arms (you can just use two standard C-stands with grip arms for under-slinging).
  6. That camera used 127 film, so the frame on the negative was probably 4cmx6.5cm -- medium format. It would be great to see that lens mounted to a Kipon medium format speed booster, attached to a full frame camera!
  7. Is it something like this?
  8. I'll take it off of your hands for $250.
  9. It is the nationality of the physicist who found the solution to a long standing optical problem. I'm not from Mexico, but no doubt some Mexicans are proud of this significant accomplishment.
  10. Mexican physicist Rafael Gonzalez has found the solution to spherical aberration in optical lenses, solving the 2,000-year-old Wasserman-Wolf problem that Isaac Newton himself could not solve. Now would be a good time to get a Fujian 35mm, f1.7 -- before they all become as clinically sharp as Summicrons!
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    Gilles Deleuze

    The reclusive American philosopher Joseph Sixpac had this thought on deterritorialization:
  12. Hmmm. Openshot is open source, so you don't purchase it. Don't know anything about Filmora, but it sounds like someone might be attempting to promote it.
  13. It's physically possible. It probably wouldn't be a good idea to discard the Z-mount contacts, if one has a notion to eventually use Z-mount lenses/adapters . For those unfamiliar, there are TOUGH E-mounts sold by Photodiox in brass and "silver."
  14. The original Panasonic LX100 is a still a good pocket-able camera at around US$350 used on Ebay. Here is "something" shot with it:
  15. There is/was an ML version for EOSM firmware 2.0.3. ML developer Daniel Fort has a 2.0.3 ML version from January 2017 on his bitbucket download page (scroll down to "magiclantern-Nightly.2017Jan13.EOSM203.zip"), Always make sure that your camera battery is fully charged before you attempt to install Magic Lantern. If you would like to downgrade your EOSM firmware to 2.0.2, and then install the latest builds for 2.0.2, here is Daniel Fort's tutorial on how to downgrade Canon firmware. It is fairly easy, once you have the firmware (.fir) file -- just reflash the firmware the same way you would flash ML (except the SD card should not have the "boot flag" enabled). Always make sure that your camera battery is fully charged before you attempt a firmware update. Canon doesn't seem to have the EOSM 2.0.2 firmware posted for download, but here is the link that Daniel Fort gives for most Canon firmware (scroll to the bottom of this page to find the firmware links). The EOSM 2.0.2 firmware can also be found on this non-Canon page. Scroll down to the firmware download link for "eosm-v202-win.zip" near the bottom of the page (it's not the "ksd291a_installer.zip" download link near the top of the page). Windows (nor any other particular OS) is not required, once you have extracted the firmware from the zip file. In Fort's firmware downgrade tutorial, he seems to suggest that it is very unlikely that someone would/could tamper with compressed Canon firmware files (.fir)
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