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derekpanther

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  1. Hi Aaron, You shots look amazing! Not to derail this thread too much, but as somebody with both the Panasonic 12-35 and Sigma 18-35+Speedbooster, is there a marked difference (in picture quality, image stabilization, etc) between those two lens setups? Do you prefer one over the other?
  2. My favorite GH4-shot video ever:
  3. I think you're right-- after playing around a bit more, I've been able to get some really crisp footage, even at f/1.4. I guess my hands were really unsteady in that first 1.8 test! f/1.4: '> and '>
  4. Thanks for the tip, leeys! I went to f/2.8, and things became crystal clear :) Awesome, thanks again, and to everyone else who replied! Before (f/1.8): '> After (f/2.8): '>
  5. Hi folks, I'm a total newbie when it comes to shooting video, so please bear with me. I've recently had a chance to play around with a GH4 and a few lens (Leica 25mm f1.4, Lumix GX 12-35mm, and a Nikon 50mm with adapter). I was wondering if there was a way to get clearer focus with the 25mm lens? Just when I think I have something in focus, I notice a lot of fuzziness around edges (see my example below): I shot this test at f1.8, ISO 400. In comparison, here are stills from all three lenses: Leica 25mm: '> 12-35mm: '> Nikon 50mm: '>
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