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  1. Hey guys, Has anyone shot something similar to this?https://youtu.be/CVayZ3MRhys I have so many questions about the specifics, is the camera shake all done in post? What focal length is most of this shot at? How much speeding up is done in post? What are some of the most important techniques to remember when filming fast cars? What would be your top 10 tips for doing a shoot similar to this? Any help, or even being able to point me in the right direction would be much appreciated. Thanks
  2. Correct me if I’m wrong, but don’t these specs seem a little excessive for a mirror less body? It makes a lot more sense to see Sony trying to absolutely dominate the cinema cameras under $20k (C200,C300,FS Series, EVA 1, UMP, etc). They’ve absolutely killed the mirrorless competition so maybe they’re looking to dominate the sub $15,000 cinema cameras. Considering cropped 4K 60 is still in the early stages right now doesn’t uncropped 8K 60 seem a little excessive for a mirrorless body, if it’s even possible for anything less than $20k. Again I could be completely wrong and a lot of you guys seem to know more than what I do, just a thought.
  3. mmm, i'm looking to purchase but theres no point waiting around as theres always something just around the corner i suppose.
  4. so is there an ETA on this camera at all? 6-12 months or is it simply a waiting game, because all i've heard is 'soon'
  5. Location: Australia (will ship international at buyers expense) Price: $4000 AUD (NOT NEGOTIABLE) Up for sale is my Sony A7III, purchased it on the 28/7/18 and i'd rather my canons over the sony so i'm selling all Sony related equipment. Only 358 shutter count, i've done very little with this camera it's mostly been on my ronin s, it's in perfect working order. Comes with all original boxing, accessories and lens covers etc. If you have any questions or concerns send me a message, i can send you more photos/videos of the camera working to ensure it's in perfect condition.
  6. Thanks for all the replies! I've done some thinking and it's definitely a camera ill be getting, im just in love with my A7III at the moment, yes there a better things just around the corner but i need the 1DX2 preferably before next weekend, it's size doesn't bother me at all. I appreciate everyones comments but im confident that ill love every moment with this camera.
  7. Is anything equivalent/better then the 1DX2 DPAF? If the A7SIII has uncropped 4k 60 I’m sold, anything else at this point is a bonus. Perfect for what I need.
  8. so far nothing as of late has really blown me away, I hope to see big things from Sony.
  9. I tend to do a bit of both, more so video but occasionally i'll take some photos for couples etc, the 1DX2 seems like a great option but i have my fingers crossed the A7SIII will blow my mind.
  10. Yeah but as someone else mentioned theres always something just around the corner. I might wait to hear what the A7SIII has to offer but if it takes more than 2 months i'll probably pick up the 1dx2. the X-T3 is definitely something that i'm intersted in, but after using my first full frame camera i don't think i'll ever be able to go back to a smaller sensor.
  11. Especially with all the upcoming cameras, it looks like an incredible camera, I need a secondary camera. Should I wait for the A7S3 or the new FF Panasonic, or bite the bullet and grab the 1DX2? I’m not bothered about buying new lenses or body as I’m not really invested in any ecosystem at this stage. 4K 60 is absolutely essential, weight isn’t an issue and needs good low light performance which leads me to believe the 1DX2 is perfect.
  12. joshhr

    A7III noise

    I’m being told it’s possibly the monitor I’m viewing my footage through, was shot at 1080 60fps. Mind checking it out for me?
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    A7III noise

    I shot some footage using pro colour V4 on the A7iii and 16-35 f4 and im finding the footage to be incredibly noisey and 1600 iso and even lower iso's, when shooting with ISO over 1000 should i expose right of centre and then bring exposure down in post to try and get rid of noise?
  14. I've never really dealt with stills myself, although i'd love to learn it's just so hard to find the resources to begin to wrap my head around it. All i really know is you need 2 exposures. I use manual white balance but i will admit i'm just trying to match what im seeing in the camera LCD to what my eyes are seeing, not using a white balance card or anything. If i'm getting to kinds of mixed light i'll usually turn the lights off and use the sunlight. Regardless, i think these settings will only help me becuase i'll have a lot less grading to do and get nice colours.
  15. Thanks for the reply! Yeah okay, i do use manual white balance, it seems like using these settings will give me great results straight out of the camera which is what i want, less time grading would be awesome! Perfect, i cant wait for LOG. Thanks! Is there a particular profile that's better for certain situations? Because i understand theres a HDR version as well? I've been thinking about lights, i was going to pick up a couple of smaller ones to try and keep my gear to a minimum seeing as i change location so often.
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