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    bamigoreng reacted to mercer in Cinema5D slates the Panasonic GH5, calls V-LOG and 10bit "unusable" - They're wrong   
    I'm 42. In high school computer classes involved typing and running some DOS program. I think I had my first legal drink before I ever sent an email. I remember the days when I would yell at my brother to get off the phone because I was hoping some girl was going to call... she never did. Lol. Well she probably did but gave up because of the busy signal. Hell I remember when call waiting was the newest technology that I had to explain to my parents when they kept asking why the phone kept beeping at them. Lol. 
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    bamigoreng got a reaction from Gregormannschaft in "Spider Steadicam" or something else?   
    Glidecam Tutorials
     
     
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    bamigoreng got a reaction from Mattias Burling in Interesting 2016 Sales Figures   
    Really well done. Cool music.
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    bamigoreng reacted to Cinegain in Lenses - Sticky Topic   
    Yeah, I'd like a Olympus E-M1 Mark II body, with Sony APS-C sensor performance, Fujifilm processing and compact solid Sigma lenses native to the mount in relation to sensor size. Everybody's pretty good at their own thing. Nobody really nails it all. I guess that's how they survive. Keep people wanting for more...
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    bamigoreng reacted to Inazuma in nikon d750   
    I'm a big fan of Nikon's video image. Just wish it was a bit sharper and they had focus peaking.. and an EVF.
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    bamigoreng got a reaction from Liam in nikon d750   
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    bamigoreng got a reaction from mercer in nikon d750   
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    bamigoreng reacted to Oliver Daniel in Sony E-mount Lens Recommendations   
    Yep, I got the hunch that my FS5, or a new 1DX II wouldn't be able to breathe together, given the sheer cost and differences. 
    I'm going to keep my EF lenses and do bits of photography on the 80d. Don't need more than that for stills. I could get an A6300/500 - not overly keen on Sony for stills though.
    Selling my DJI X5R and Osmo if anyone wants it btw!  
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    bamigoreng got a reaction from jase in How robust is a camera's hot shoe?   
    Yes.
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    bamigoreng reacted to mercer in The 4K Fuji X-T2 is here   
    Unless you're having financial issues, then why sell the C100ii? You have one of the best, for its cost, cinema cameras out there with insanely good AF. That camera will pay for itself in less than a year by doing an odd job once or twice every couple of months. 
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    bamigoreng got a reaction from Cinegain in 2016: Camera and Lenses in Review   
    Ebrahim would vote for Sony RX10 III https://www.dpreview.com/articles/5779264212/have-your-say-best-high-end-compact-of-2016?comment=8675944557
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    bamigoreng reacted to kaylee in 2016: Camera and Lenses in Review   
    @Ed_David

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    bamigoreng got a reaction from kaylee in 2016: Camera and Lenses in Review   
    Ebrahim would vote for Sony RX10 III https://www.dpreview.com/articles/5779264212/have-your-say-best-high-end-compact-of-2016?comment=8675944557
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    bamigoreng got a reaction from Liam in How do you grain?   
    Film Grain in Premiere Pro CC. Overlay, % and contrast. 
     
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    bamigoreng reacted to aldolega in Wedding videography advice   
    I think it's as simple as those two examples representing the two opposite extremes, and people here want something more in the middle- a detailed image without artificial sharpening making it look gross.
    6D footage has issues outside of resolution and sharpening- mainly awful moire and aliasing- and you can't really fix them.
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    bamigoreng reacted to zerocool22 in 5D III RAW Japan video   
    Hey,
    I visited Japan for a week, and tested out the 5D III and to see what it can do with Magic Lantern. 
     
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    bamigoreng reacted to mercer in Anyone Else??   
    To add, spend a few minutes on Amazon Prime under the horror category... the production value of some of these movies look like they were shot on a Flip cam and the stories are even worse... you will be hard pressed to find a story that doesn't involve "a paranormal investigation team" or "after the loss of their child... they moved to an old country farmhouse." Sometimes the two are combined. So my point being is that sometimes you don't need good production value, image quality or a good story, you just need the balls to go out and make something. It reminds me of the line from Ed Wood... when speaking to a producer about his latest film, the producer told Ed that his movie was horrible, maybe the worst he ever saw, Ed Wood went on to proudly say... "The next one's even better."
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    bamigoreng reacted to Liam in Anyone Else??   
    Or get both! Aaaaaand we arrived at the opposite of the point of the thread
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    bamigoreng got a reaction from mercer in EOS M5   
    M5 (+ EF Adapter) prices in EU: EUR 1100 - 1200 http://geizhals.eu/canon-eos-m5-schwarz-gehaeuse-1279c041-a1508044.html
    Looks quite overpriced compared to e.g. Nikon D5500 http://geizhals.eu/nikon-d5500-schwarz-gehaeuse-vba440ae-a1214458.html
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    bamigoreng got a reaction from mercer in EOS M5   
    Yeah, only IPB compression. It's not looking very promising...
     
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    bamigoreng got a reaction from bigfoot in EOS M5   
    EOS M5 footage? I doubt it.
    80D is ok. Expect the M5 to have similar video quality.
     
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    bamigoreng got a reaction from bigfoot in EOS M5   
    Yep, 25:55 +
     
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    bamigoreng reacted to DaveAltizer in Wedding videography advice   
    Shoot everything at 1080p. Don't shoot yourself in the foot with 4K. Although I do like shooting ceremonies at 4K for the post crop. 
    Canon skin tones are the best. Even a used 70d would be better than Sony IMO. The C100 mk1 and 2 are the best cameras for weddings IMO. I've shot a few recently with C100 mk1 and my 1DC and it's super nice. Here's a teaser I did with 1DC/ C100 combo: 
     
     
    You MUST MUST MUST remember that wedding films are CONSUMER PRODUCTS. DONT EVER FORGET THIS. THIS IS 6 years of experience and over 300 weddings shot of experience talking to you. These people aren't professional filmmakers. They aren't producers. They aren't film snobs. All they want is pretty shots of them on their big day. If you shot it all with a t2i and a 50mm 1.8 they would love it because it looks "cinematic". Don't get caught up with the gear when it comes to shooting weddings. That's the biggest waste of time and money. The couples simply don't give a shit. 
    I hope you enjoy it. Weddings are a fantastic way to get lots of experience and become a ninja shooter 
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    bamigoreng reacted to jhnkng in Nikon Customers   
    I don't have anything in production to show, but today I shot a couple of short clips that I've uploaded to Vimeo:
    The password is: eoshd
    The clips are straight from the camera, you can download it from Vimeo. The first is my son backlit with a colour card in very light shade, there's bit of flare at top of frame. The second is to give you an idea of what kind of dynamic range you can expect. Both are shot in 4K using the Flat profile with the Nikon 20mm f1.8, around f2 - 2.8 (can't remember). 

    Regarding live view, you have to engage live view every time you turn the camera on. I'm pretty sure there isn't a way to have live view turn on automatically. Then again, even when the camera is on it uses very little battery, so there's very little penalty to leaving the camera on and live view off. Except for changing lenses with IS/VR/OS elements, if you don't turn off the camera the lens won't park the moving element and you'll hear the lens rattle like crazy.
    I'd appreciate it if you don't share this all over the internets, I made these for this community because I've learnt tons here and I want to give a little back. I just feel a bit weird about my son's face all over the internet even if he is hiding behind a colour card...
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