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Paniko

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  1. After seeing these official videos from Olympus Australia, i've asked Michael Hurren some questions. Here's the answer i've got from him: "The video was shot in Cinema 4k, so 4096X2060 px, 24fps at 180' Shutter (48th/sec) There's plenty of latitude in the files, the extra dynamic range, video colour profile and especially the high bit rate means theres lots of information to work with. I like this camera a lot, files and colour look so great straight out of the camera, and I find i don't need to do much work at all as long as I have exposed for the highlights I want to keep and dial in
  2. I'd buy a used LX100 and use it on the Nebula4000. I have both and they work great together. If you want to stick with the G7, take the Olympus 9-18 in consideration also.
  3. I'm in the same boat as \f13a. I mainly shoot with the E-M1,almost always with SHG FT lenses and can't think shooting with something less stabilised for the type of work i'm doing. I have also the LX100 and tested it @1080 side by side with the E-M1 did not impressed me at all but maybe it's just me. Anyway, for now i'm a lot less interested to "downgrade" to the E-M5MkII.
  4. Absolutely love the colors,grading and the titles animation. Well done!
  5. Thx Jbells! Glad you liked it! Thx Inazuma, next vid will be shorter. But i struggle to find a song/music that fits the emotional part. Music is my main inspiring component in doing a video, so i start from there and then i "dress" the music with images. I don't want to cut a song in the middle, but imagination should help in doing that. Do you think 2min/2 min and half would be better? Thank you again!
  6. Hi Inazuma, thank you! Yup, same camera with mainly FourThirds lenses. 35-100F2 and 14-35F2. For this video i've used the PanaLeica 25 1.4 wide open and for the intro the ZD50F2 macro. Light was just a DIY led ring light. Always (but obviously not for the static part of the video) handheld. That 5 Axis ibis is simply stunning. No grading nor color corrections in FCPX.This is SOOC video. As a RAW stills shooter i've mistakenly leaved the camera in AutoWB, didn't notice that when the arms were in to the scene the wb changed :/ my fault. Anyway glad you enjoyed it and thanks for subs
  7. Hi everybody, i'm a newbie here and almost newbie in video, despite i'm reading A LOT about "how to's". As you may understand english is not my main language so, sorry if i write something wrong. As per title of this post, this is my first attempt in shooting video not in a studio but in a controlled environment . I'd like to have your opinion about it, also what i could have done better. I have a photography background ,so can't really going in technicalities nor codecs and whatsoever. Thank you anyway for watching and hope commenting. Here's the video
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