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The Fragment

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  1. Spot-on! Just with stay-at-home scenario we consume more streaming content and pay more attention to what's been offered, at some point realising, that it's not so easy to find what we really like. It enhances perception that there is a lot of crap out there.
  2. My guess would be that S5 performs even a bit better. Reasons for that would be that S5 has V-Log and HDR recording possibilities, both being 10-bit options. Add to it a Dual Native ISO and low light capabilities should be fine on S5.
  3. Still, for the sake of expanded options to consider, I would advise Panasonic G80. For comparably low price you get 4k with Cinelike D and V options along with decent IBIS. For your intended usage the AF issues could be easily mitigated with back button focusing and/or manual focus. On the other hand, this video sample from D850 looks really nice indeed. Thus the dilemma might be if there is a real need to search for separate video centric camera.
  4. Ups..., apparently there is no need for another 42.5mm lens as we suggested
  5. I would also vote for Panasonic 25mm f1.7 and 42.5mm f1.7 combo. Don't be misguided by the low price of Panasonic 25mm lens as besides being comparably fast, it also renders quite nice image. Should be the unfortunate copy then. Never had any issues with this lens so far (~4 years).
  6. My first post here. Wanted to thank you all for keeping this site active and interesting! It's been a great source of information and inspiration for me. Hopefully, I'll also be able contribute to this avid community. I've been using Panasonic since 2017 (G85 at first and now G9), thus the possible future release of GH6 interests me also. A lot of wishes regarding the GH6 have already been mentioned. Nevertheless, with the announcement of BMPCC 6K Pro, I remembered that one of my wishes with the advent of HDR video recording has been the availability of HDR screen on camera. I shoot all v
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