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Martin Matěj

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  1. Thanks for the answers guys. I know that sigma 18-35 would be a good candidate but I wanted to avoid losing the long end of my lens, but I could use external tele conversion to get some reach. Don't worry with the tests Anaconda_ I will check youtube and vimeo.
  2. Hello Guys, I like using my sigma 17-50 2.8 on G80 with viltrox EF-M2 speedbooster because I think that it has at least some character, the adapter gives me stop of light and communicates the focal lenght to stabiliser system so I don't have to dial in the right focal lenght each time I want to zoom. The close focus distance of 20 cm is also nice. Now I would like to ask if there is a lens that I could also use on this speedbooster that would have longer focus throw? Because this sigma has only like 45 degrees and I would like to have at least 90 degrees. Do you please know how long is the focus throw on canon 17-55 2.8 or sigma 18-35 1.8 and whether that lens has some character like flares and stuff like that? Thanks a lot guys. I enjoy reading this forum. Here is some of my work if you want to check it out: https://vimeo.com/martinmatej
  3. Where did you found it eventually? Would be great if you would share your tests or work that you will do with it. Thanks
  4. Hello, I use panasonic G80 right now. I would like to ask those of you who have it, if Viltrox EF-M2 speedbooster is reporting the correct focal lenght of Canon EF mount lenses to panasonic camera's IBIS or if I should set it manually myself or buy EF-M1 because I like to be fast and manually setting the focal lenght each time I want to zoom a lens would be impractical. And if the Viltrox EF-M2 doesn't report the focal lenght correctly what about metabones speedbooster? Thanks
  5. Is this it or what does the red dot mean? https://www.ebay.com/itm/Lens-Zeiss-Ikon-Anamorphot-22-1-5x/263519617172?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
  6. Hello Guys I read a lot here but post very little. Learned a ton here so thank you all! I would like your advice. I have a ton of material from my GH4 that I would like to process for microstock agencies. I need to able to process 4K H.264 at 100Mbit. I usually apply warp stabiliser and sometimes color correction. I dont have much money so I was thinking about buying a i7 6700K which has integrated graphics which I know sucks but I could upgrade that in future when I will have more money. How much would a graphics card like GTX960 help with applying warp stabiliser? Would it be that much faster? I would use 256 GB SSD from my laptop. Its some fast kingston which should have something like 500MB write/read I would start with 16GB of RAM And maybe put some 1 or 2 TB 7200 RPM spinning drives in raid 0. Could you recommend me some cheap but good FullHD LCD? I am afraid that 4K LCDs are gonna be expensive so I would prefer some good FULL HD. What should I look for color accuracy and color gamut? I am also thinking about buying i7 5820K which has six cores but is older tech and I would need external graphics card immediately? How is 6700K vs 5820K in premiere pro with native h.264 4K files? I dont care about long rendering times. I mainly want smooth playback preferably in full resolution and fast warp stabilising which I guess will never be fast in 4K. How much does 6700K helps with working with H.265 files? My friend has 5820K and his PC was doing pretty well with native NX1 files. I would love to be able to upgrade the PC in future so please be mindful of that. Thanks for all the tips guys!
  7. Hello guys I would like to do some good quality slow motion with my friend to sell on microstock. What has better quality? 96 fps 1080p GH4 or 120 fps 720p A7s upscaled to 1080p? Or are there any other options in this price range or lower for some nice slow motion. I would prefer something more than 60p. Thanks a lot
  8. Hey guys. I was wondering if the waterproof Nikon 1 AW1 is also capable of the raw 4K burst?
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