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  1. Kinda reminds me of this scene:
  2. Just so readers can decide themselves how the cameras match together I'll give you a breakdown of the setups: Shot 1 - invitation - Blackmagic Pocket 4K with Voigtlander 25mm f/0.95 (ordinarily shot at f/1.4-2.0); Shot 2 - dress zipping - BMPCC 4K & V 25mm f/0.95; Shot 3 - engagement ring macro - Canon C200 with Canon 100mm f/2.8L with a Rotolight; Shot 4 - bride putting on ring - - BMPCC 4K & V 25mm f/0.95 shot wide open; Shot 5 - bride reflection - BMPCC 4K & V 25mm f/0.95; Shot 6 - groom tie (close up) - Canon C200 with Canon 85mm f1.4L IS; Shot 7 - bride and groom against vines - BMPCC 4K & V 25mm f/0.95; Shot 8 - bride getting out of car - XT-3 & 18-55mm; Shot 9 - dance shot - Fuji XT-3 with Fuji 18-55mm f/2.8-4.0 OIS (shot close to 18mm and wide open at f/2.8); Shot 10 - silhouette - Canon C200 with Canon 35mm f/2.0 IS; Shot 11 - bridesmaids - Blackmagic Pocket 4K with Voigtlander 25mm f/0.95; Shot 12 - dance shot - All dance shots are as per shot 9; Shot 13 - groom kissing bride in field - BMPCC 4K & V 25mm f/0.95; Shot 14 - walking - XT-3 & 18-55mm; Shot 15 - dance shot - see shot 9; Shot 16 - groomsman doing Toyota - XT-3 & 18-55mm; Shot 17 - silhouette - BMPCC 4K & V 25mm f/0.95 shot wide open; Shot 18 - bride and groom close up - XT-3 & 18-55mm; Shot 19 - aerial - DJI Phantom 4; Shot 20 - bride and groom in field from low angle - BMPCC 4K & V 25mm f/0.95; Shot 21 - bride and groom and veil - XT-3 & 18-55mm; Shot 22 - bridal party confetti bang - C200 & 85mm f/1.4L IS wide open; Shot 23 - bride and groom walking towards camera - XT-3 & 18-55mm; Shot 24 - bride and groom leaving ceremony with confetti - XT-3 & 18-55mm; Shot 25 - bride staring over groom's shoulder at camera - BMPCC 4K & V 25mm f/0.95; Shot 26 - bride and groom walking through long grass - XT-3 & 18-55mm; Shot 27 - bride and groom resting against vineyard post - XT-3 & 18-55mm; Shot 28 - ditto Shot 29 - ceremony kiss - Canon 5D mkIV with Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II; Shot 30 - veil shot - XT-3 & 18-55mm; Shot 31 - dance shot - see shot 9; Shot 32 - bride and groom walking between vines - C200 & 85mm f/1.4L IS wide open; Shot 33 - bride and groom dancing on hill - BMPCC 4K & V 25mm f/0.95; Shot 34 - dance shot - see shot 9; Shot 35 - bride holding veil - BMPCC 4K & V 25mm f/0.95; Shot 36 - bride doing gladiator - XT-3 & 18-55mm; Shot 37 - bride glancing down at window - BMPCC 4K & V 25mm f/0.95; Shot 38 - hand holding - C200 & 85mm f/1.4L IS wide open; Shot 39 - groom swinging bride - XT-3 & 18-55mm; Shot 40 - sparkler exit - XT-3 & 18-55mm shot at 2000 ISO; Shot 41 - dip - XT-3 & 18-55mm; and Shot 42 - final - XT-3 & 18-55mm. Basically all of them had on Southall which is a Delut by James Miller (https://sellfy.com/p/KUuV/).
  3. That's the C200 with the 85mm f1.4L IS. Which, as I said, was designated to third camera as we tried out the new toys on Saturday.
  4. ser from Saturday's wedding. The predominant camera is the X-T3 on the gimbal. There's also quite a few shots in there from the Pocket 4K, a couple of from our trusty C200 (taking a back seat to the other cameras) and one from the 5D mkIV. Impressions of the two cameras after two weddings: 1. The X-T3 is the perfect camera for the Zhiyun Crane 2. It is perfectly balanced even before turning the gimbal on. This wedding I used it entirely with my new 18-55mm at the wide end as I wanted the IS. The 2. The Blackmagic Pocket 4K is something else. Utterly magnificent. With the Voigtlander 25mm constantly on this camera it produces an image that is unmatched by any of the other cameras I own. You just need to be in a position that allows you time to compose and focus. Thankfully the Voigtlander is great for quick manual focusing. The menu system is intuitive and easy and the touch screen makes changing settings a dream. The one chief drawback is that the battery life is awful. You shouldn't expect more than 40 minutes on constantly shooting. So I have about 15 LP-E6 batteries handy just in case. They both compliment the other very well and I will be keeping both for my uses. Fergus & Rachel Teaser.mp4 Fergus & Rachel Teaser.mp4 Fergus & Rachel Teaser.mp4
  5. Modern vs retro. Already I love the intuitive menu system and the 5 inch screen of the Pocket 4K. The current data rates on any slow motion 4K footage however....
  6. Just received my Pocket 4K, incidentally the day following receiving my XT-3. Got a wedding to shoot on Saturday so good timing.
  7. What speedbooster did you land on? Don't worry. Answered above.
  8. Then they have to be prepared to lose out big time for sales to Panasonic and Blackmagic.
  9. I much prefer the build of my Micro rather than the build of my GH4.
  10. Weird, after watching the video I decided that the skin tones were way too unnatural and unflattering to me.
  11. Premiere have updated their support for Cinema RAW Lite so I really have little use for a "middle" codec anymore.
  12. Either Sony releases a comparable camera form factor that delivers UHD at 60p or they have conceded that they can't compete with the GH5. Doubt that they will make such a concession.
  13. Probably not the person to ask as: a. I've never shot with the C100; and b. I've always shot the C200 at UHD. I know the "no middle codec" makes the C200 dead in the water for many but I preferred the C200 for a variety of reasons, not least of which: 1. better autofocus; 2. internal RAW; 3. the EVF; 4. the Canon skin tones; and 5. my familiarity with the Canon menu system. I find that the size difference between a HQ Pro-res file and the Cinema RAW lite is negligible and the post-production workflow issues I currently contribute to Adobe's incompetence rather than the codec. I am happy to edit in Resolve in the meantime.
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