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Brother last won the day on May 22 2018

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  1. According to DPReview the N-Log is only available through HDMI, pity! Also, would have loved to see 4k60.
  2. I have nothing to do with this film other than i think it's amazing! They've been, like they always are, very open with everything through out the whole process. Including gear which is why i thought it would fit here on EOSHD. Premiered on Swedish cinemas four days ago. Total budget: $2M, shot on FS7 and vintage Russian lenses. More info below. Director Victor Danell on Facebook: "Last year I directed my first feature. Me and the DP wanted a lifeful and ”not so perfect” look to keep the story grounded, so we decided to shoot on vintage lenses. I relubed and added a oval iris on every lens my self. Shot on a Sony FS7 This is the complete set of lenses we used. A total price of less then $800. 20mm - Mir 20a 28mm - Mir 10a 30mm - Meyer-Optik Görlitz Lyidth 37mm - Mir 1a 38mm - Helios 44-2 + DSO wide angle adapter 50mm - Carl Zeiss Jena Pancolar 58mm - Helios 44-2 85mm - Jupiter 9 135mm - Tair 11a THE UNTHINKABLE / DEN BLOMSTERTID NU KOMMER http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5227746/?ref_=nv_sr_1"
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    The Olympus 40-150/2.8 Pro is one hell of a lens!
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    The amazing Olympus 25/1.2 Pro with a Tiffen Black Pro Mist 1/4. The urge to invest in the 17/1.2 and the 45/1.2 keeps on growing
  5. ”Pocket” hmmm... but S16 sensor and internal 4k60 sounds alright! From 43rumors.
  6. I'm definitely interested! Wow, that's like 10 minutes of footage on a 128GB card! 43rumors listed some specs and it said 100Mbps for 4k30 so hopefully there'll be a lot of options.
  7. Agree to disagree! This! I don't see myself getting this first pro body but a mirrorless version in the 6D range, if specced OK, would be tempting!
  8. Nikon made a mediocre attempt to start it with the D90. Couple of months later the 5d2 was released and the rest is history. But I guess technically you’re right. My bad!
  9. What video market? 1980s ENG market? Surveillance video camera market? Or do you mean the hybrid large sensor video market that Canon started?
  10. Canon rumor, Canon hype, Canon announcement, Canon's behind every one else, Canon disappointment, Canon release day, Canon's best selling camera to date. And that's the way the cookie crumbles.
  11. Looks like nice camera! Also with NINE "new" native primes from Sigma this could turn out to be a home run for Sony.
  12. Toot, toot! All aboard the hype train! Final destination, disappointment junction! I hope they prove me wrong though
  13. Interesting read! It's exactly the same for me but the other way around. Whenever I've had a camera that is capable of good stills but mediocre video I've always felt that i missed out on the video shots i would been able to get. And when i have a camera that do both i usually end up with 95% video. Would love yo give you a why but there's just something itching deep down when i switch that dial from "Movie" to "M"
  14. Don’t get me wrong I love the Fuji system and have no gripe against the current lineup. I can even understand to some extent that the reasonably small X-T2 has a booster grip that adds headphone jack and extended record time. But when they release a larger body camera that is clearly targeted at video shooters they should have been able to include those features in the body.
  15. So. Extra video crop, no headphone jack and 15 minute record limit. For being targeted at video shooters they sure has a funny way of showing it. I’ll start hyping the X-T3 instead
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