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  1. Note that if you are shooting on an A7SII you should switch to s35 mode to avoid moire and artifacting.
  2. But what was your way to contact them? I can't send mine if they never reply...
  3. Hey guys, to all of you who got the gimbal repaired... How did you do it? I bought one and nly a couple months after the joystick is broken and they won't reply any of my messages
  4. Thanks!!! That's right, A7SII + 24-70 zeiss + Samyang 85 1.4 + Nikon E 50 1.8
  5. Hi guys, This is a piece about Slab CIty, about a very lon roadtrip I made and about freedom itself: I hope you like it
  6. Hi guys, I've been traveling around with my A7SII for eight months now. I started this trip in part to launch my career as a freelancer (at least when I make it back home) and also to travel a lot before life gets "real" (as I was already stuck in an office but felt it was too soon for that). This was the first piece I created when I was in Canada, and there are many to follow, but for some reason I never posted them here. Here it goes: Let me know your thoughts, Thanks for watching!
  7. But that means creating a new lens lineup and ditching what they already have, right?
  8. I haven't had this issue, but the first couple of weeks I had problems exposing too, since I basicaly trusted the LCD (I came from nikon, where you get what you see and you also don't have a histogram) and getting used to the different workflow was a bit tricky, but unless there is any kind of glitch within that metabones and the mettering, if you trust the zebras and the histogram you should be fine...
  9. Thanks guys, that was very helpful I also have seen that in some profiles, this camera tends to cyans and yellows/oranges which is kind of a premade cine look. I guess this is due to the offset of the gamut triangle compared to the ITU 709 standard, right? Not really an issue, but knowing this saves me from unintentional horrible results in post. Cheers!
  10. Great! Now I understand better, thank you. As for the difference between all the color spaces in the A7SII, have you found any graphic or explanation? I know some of them are wider than others, but I cant find an exact bit of information... Thanks!
  11. But then, what would be to "proper way" of translating one recording gamut to a working gamut?
  12. Hi guys I've had this camera for some months now, and after lots of tinkering, a couple of disasters and some successful tests, I'm starting to feel confident. I come from a D5300 so this is my first time having to actually chose color spaces/gamuts, and the options are almost endless. As for the LUT work, I'm kind of confused. I've been reading a lot, so I'm not starting from zero here, but one thing I don't seem to understand is why some people use LUTS as just looks and others use them as a starting point for personal grading. From what I've learned, we record in whatever gamut we chose (cine, video, pro, sgamut, sgamutcine, blahblah) then we translate it to 709 (which is the gamut most of our monitors can display) and then we grade/create looks/whatever we like. Is this the common workflow? because after reading millions of posts I have the feeling that some people just slap a looks LUT directly to the footage and everything ends up looking teal-orangey, or maybe people use two different LUTS in each clip? Im lost So far the best results I've gotten have been using the S.Gamut3.Cine which is parallell to the 709 gamut but wider, so supposedly you get rid of the color casts and ofsets... Kind of. But I haven't found what de "pro" "cine" " video" etc gamuts do... Is there any guide? Cheers
  13. Would that have a big impact in quality?
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