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    Venice Ca.
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    Sony F3, Panny HDX900, Panny 170.

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  1. I have a Sony F3 for sale in Los Angeles California. If anyone is interested please DM me. Broatch Sony F3 with RGB 444 installed. Hours 664 Comes with PL Mount. MTF Nikon Mount. Berkey Top Plate. 2 SXS 32GB Cards. 2 Sony BPU60 Batteries and Sony Charger. Both the LCD and the viewfinder work. Comes with Ablecine Picture Profiles. Also comes with Macie Video Picture Profiles. The S Log shooting RGB 444 is bloody amazing. $1200 Looking for a local sale in Los Angeles. DM I will get back to you as soon as possible.
  2. On the DVXUSER site there was some debate on the two S Logs, the one paid and the one released by Sony in the V1.40 Firmware. You would have to do a search on the DVX site. I would always use an external monitor to use a LUT. The built in LUT I think only came with the paid upgrade. You could learn how to expose with the S Log only? One nice feature on the Firmware V1.40 is that you can dial in your color temp! On the paid S Log you only have either 3200K or 5600K. BB
  3. Go to your PP8 or any PP. Go to SET scroll down to Gamma, scroll down to S Log. BB
  4. If you are on firmware version V1.40 the S Log should be loaded in the picture profile menu. If you have V1.40 it should be there. In V1.45 I believe Sony had the paid RGB version in that firmware. You can still find the free S Log V1.40 from Sony, It's out there. AbleCine have some really nice Picture Profiles you can load from their website. Search Sony F3 Loads of info on the camera. It really makes a difference shooting in the best codec you can when recording S Log. The 444 RGB looks amazing coming out of the F3. BB
  5. Any luck with the test? It's ok if you don't do it. I keep checking back to see if got done. Broatch
  6. Thank you Andrew. I love my 1DC, it really does have something special going on in picture it delivers. 🙂 Its isn't just more bits that make a great image. It's also good glass! Broatch
  7. It would be great if Andrew, gives a look at how these two compare? Broatch
  8. You are going to need the Odyssey 7Q or 7Q+ with the RAW option. This will work with the Sony FS700 and will bring out the best image possible, and record the high frame rates! You can find the Odyssey 7Q+ on eBay. Also some are on Facebook groups from time to time. Broatch
  9. Is this test still happening? Broatch
  10. Looking forward to this duel! Broatch
  11. You can find that adjustment in the picture profiles. Select a picture profile ( you can find profiles on Ablecine website and how to load them) you can then go into the matrix on that page and select the white balance temp. Broatch
  12. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night 🙂
  13. I do luv that 1DC look. I can't risk buying a used one with a hot pixel issue! Spending $1700 - $2500 for a used Canon 1DC, and if you get unlucky with the hot pixel, you're stuck with it. I think I'm going to buy the Nikon D850 with an extended warranty. I think I'll be happy with that camera.
  14. The Zacuto does cost a few dollars, but you will be very glad to have spent the money when it comes to monitoring your image and keeping everything sharp, and well exposed. I use the Gratical HD it is a little large and powers from a Canon LP E6N for a long time, or when I"m working with an Anton Bauer system camera I use a D Tap. The features in the Gratical are many and you can customize the features you need. The plus with the Gratical HD versus the Gratical Eye is you can power the unit from one Canon LP E6N and also use SDI or HDMI to connect to your camera, the outputs also loop through for another device if needed. I paid $1250.00 used, with an Axis arm a year ago. For outside, or anywhere you will be glad you have it.
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