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Thpriest

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About Thpriest

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    Spain
  • My cameras and kit
    Canon C100, Panasonic GX85, GoPro Hero4 Black
  1. Totally agree. EVF is very handy. Use it all the time on the GH5 and miss it on the C100 mk1
  2. I'm totally with Kisaha. I'd prefer a 5000€ Canon C100 mk3 with 4k 50p with reasonable fast turnaround codecs Dual Pixel AF, good low light, maybe even slightly smaller than the C100mk2 and if possible some sort of IBIS. Pure run'n'gun all rounder. Like my C100mk1. A solid sensible camera. If it needs better codecs then you have to use a recorder. Ok, fine. Most people I know would buy that camera.
  3. Canon 100d vs Panasonic gx80

    No idea but IBIS is great
  4. Blade Runner 2049 bombs at box office

    Watched Blade Runner 2049 last night Not as powerful as the original but that's to be expected But it follows and develops the story from the original very well. It is very much the same world both visually and conceptually but not as poetic and enigmatic as the original. I liked it Long though!
  5. gh5 timelapse

    Thanks. I would have liked to have had more time to correct flicker but it was not to be! Can Flicker free be applied to the video file or should I have applied it to the photo sequence before exporting?
  6. gh5 timelapse

    Here's an example which mixes a static Canon 700D, a static Panasonic GX85 and a Panasonic GH5 doing the dynamic hyper lapse stuff. It was shot over 2 days (09.00-21.00) and the edit was done over night on the second day so it could be presented to the press at 10.00am the next day! Hence it has had no post production to remove flicker and any changes in lighting etc, there simply wasn't enough time as the site was over an hour or so from my home. The client was extremly happy with the result with it what matters! Key point about the GH5, all the hyper lapse was done by hand with no monopod or tripod! It's amazing what this camera offers in terms of flexibility! OliKMIA's videos are simply top notch!
  7. Cloud storage and fastest file transfer speeds for video

    Any other options? Has anyone tried amazon s3?
  8. Cloud storage and fastest file transfer speeds for video

    Interesting but way too expensive for me! Once I have delivered the raw footage to my clients I then delete the files as I no longer need them. The clients understand that this is their responsibility. So I need something for a fast file exchange and maybe storing files in the cloud for a couple of weeks whilst the client gets round to downloading their files. Space - 1-2TB, Speed - as fast as my internet connection allows! That way I can free space on my day to day hard drives.
  9. Cloud storage and fastest file transfer speeds for video

    Thanks! I have various WD discs as back up and I'm pleased with them.
  10. Cloud storage and fastest file transfer speeds for video

    Would this do the job? https://www.macnificos.com/pack-my-cloud-ex2-ultra-6tb-wd-red
  11. Cloud storage and fastest file transfer speeds for video

    Hi Juri, to be honest I have no idea how that works! I have little time to dedicate to this so I really just want something simple that is fast and reliable. Is NAS quick and easy to use?
  12. Cloud storage and fastest file transfer speeds for video

    Thanks. Cost is a consideration but I can spend 10-20€ a month for a decent file transfer service. I have Mega but it is rubbish and doesn't work well. The clients always have problems downloading the videos.
  13. I'm increasingly needing large cloud file storage (1TB or more) and fast upload/download/transfer speeds. I have a Mega account as a regular client has it and uses it to share large amounts of files with me but I find it too slow (I have 200mb fibre optic cable which I have tested and is perfect). Wetransfer and Myairbridge used to be ok for free sites but I am now sharing 100gb or more every week and often I need speed! I don't mind having a monthly subscription or whatever but I want to invest in the best. What do you use? Any recommendations?
  14. Suggestion for GH5 lenses?

    I have been using the sigma 18-35 with the speedbooster to shot weddings. Having a low light zoom helps a lot in a fast paced environment. I actually like the weight when filming handheld as i feel it gives me more stability. I prefer the look of the Voigtlander and SLR Magic i have
  15. Cinelike-D and profiles tips and techniques wanted

    Another update on Portrait for those who might want a straight out of camera alternative to CineD. All shot on a GH5 (1 shot on a GX85) in Portrait. I'm happy with the skin tones (even though Youtube is a bit shitty). What do you think?
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