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  1. I shot this short entirely on a Galaxy S9+: https://www.rode.com/myrodereel/watch/entry/5022 It would be awesome if you took the time to vote for it too Even though it was limiting working on a phone, the S9+ definitely has a great camera. I liked that I didn't have to carry around my actual camera or worry about what lens to use etc. I shot everything in 4k/60p, although it was annoying that there was no 24fps video option on these Samsung phones!
  2. I'm having a very strange problem with my Viltrox EF-M2 adapter. It "disconnects" from my camera (GH5/G85) when I take a picture with autofocus on my Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 II or my Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8. So far it seems to work fine on my Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 though (which also seems to be the only lens that people have when I tried searching if anyone else has the same issues). What I mean by "disconnect" is that it will lose connection momentarily (like if I am twisting the lens off slightly), take the picture, and then "reconnect". Sometimes it'll lose the electronic connection completely
  3. I created this short film with the GX85 (with Cine-D): I do have a GH5 and G85 as well (my G85 and GX85 are usually B/C cameras), but I was curious as to the performance of the GX85 with the Cine-D mod so intentionally just used only the GX85 for this!
  4. I just shot this video here with the GX85 + Cine-D: https://www.rode.com/myrodereel/watch/entry/4364 Posted a separate thread for it here too Thanks so much @BTM_Pix for figuring out this little mod / "hack"!
  5. I shot a short film for the Rode contest recently here (vote for it too please if you liked it!): https://www.rode.com/myrodereel/watch/entry/4364 I used my GX85 with the Cine-D mod by @BTM_Pix and it worked great! Lenses used were the Voigtlander 17.5mm, SLR Magic 35mm f/0.95 and (mostly) the Rokinon 85 with Metabones XL Speedbooster. I was really happy with the look and how everything turned out. I did accidentally shoot on Portrait for a couple clips (not sure how, but I may have subconsciously switched it to "movie mode" instead of "C" where my Cine-D mode was saved on). I loved being
  6. I created this video with the Panasonic GH4 + Voigtlander 17.5mm on a Beholder DS1 gimbal. The combination worked pretty well although it did get heavy after having to do so many takes!
  7. I just wanted to share a short film I did for one of my final projects at school. It was shot on my GH2 (using Flowmotion) and a couple bits of Nikon V1 4k RAW footage in there. Constructive feedback is greatly appreciated :)
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