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  1. Hi guys, I've been developing a gadget to vlog with Sony cameras. As you know the screen doesn't tilt 180-degrees. I'm selling the functional prototypes here http://maxotics.com/vlogging-mirror-for-sony-cameras/ However, if it doesn't cost much for me to send it to you (that is; you're in the US) I'm happy send any EOSHD reader one for free if they have a real need for it and give some feedback. (Of course, this will only last until my supply runs out or it goes into some "production"). You can PM me here. Andrew, if you're reading this and want one, let me know your address and I'll send the latest build.
  2. Music (and poor vocals) will certainly not be to everybody's taste. And to be honest I did rush the mix and edit to make the deadline for a youtube competition... But other than that I hope you guys find it amusing nevertheless!
  3. Here's my new short film, shot on the Sony a6000 with Canon FD Lenses. Harold is having a birthday party for himself. The only problem: he doesn't have any friends. Here's a bonus video I made with leftover footage:
  4. Wanted to showcase my latest album with a song fitting the 80s and what better way than a slot car racing track. Doesn't get any more 80s than that. Looked up a guy with a Scalextric slot card track and brought over my A6000,the kit-lens, the 50mm 1.8m two cheap LED lights and some blue gels and got to work. Lit everything so it would look like moonshine on a clear night and just got the angles. Edited in PP and stabilized. Some grading needed but no noise reduction used. Everything is handheld including the POV, although that took some DIY to get right.
  5. Reaching out to the community here... in a way. Have this video out today showcasing synthwave type music and would have liked more "POV night driving" than I have found under CC terms. If anyone should have some unused footage or got ideas to enhance my vision please contact me. I'm unable to shoot footage myself at the moment. In return for favours I'm more than happy to provide sound or soundtrack if desired. Thanks! :-)
  6. Shot on A6000 with Sigma 19mm 2.8. All handheld. Thanks for watching!
  7. Shot vertically to capture more resolution during green screen work (in my living room with two LED panels of the cheapest kind). Main song hook recorded in one take although there's a cut-away in the edit during the bridge of the song. Sony A6000 with the 55mm 1.8. Tunnel shots done on Panasonic GH2 and severe editing in After Effects for the light beams with text.
  8. Tried to capture the essence of the fun, up-tempo and a bit melancholy synth-pop of the 80'ies. The decade I loved so much. I made this with a lot of old gear for the music. As for image I used only a Sony A6000 with the kit-lens and the 55mm 1.8. Some of the shots are also the iPhone 6 with a 4K hack. Most of the shots with that worked ok, but it's not 100% stable.
  9. Tried to capture the spirit of my little, but beautifully Korg Poly-800 analog synth from 1983. Sony A6000 with the 50mm 1.8 along with the kit-lens for some wide shots.
  10. Hey Guys! I wanted to show you a short film I shot on the Sony A6000. A great video camera on a budget in my opinion It is my first short film, and it was all shot and edited in one day, I didnt have more time. Lenses I used were the Tamron 17-50mm 2.8, Helios 44-2 and a cctv 35mm 1.7 Hope you Guys enjoy it ! Please let me know what you think about it I shot it for the Sony professional competition, so if you enjoy it, please like it on youtube. thanks !! Cheers from Germany Micha
  11. Graded with filmconvert and a little MB Looks
  12. HUF heads to the summit in our latest "Ascensions" film After kicking the Ascensions Series off with up-and-coming streetwear brand THFKDLF, we now turn our attention to established streetwear imprint HUF. Each video in the series is shot amid a vast natural landscape, with the intention of representing a brand’s rise toward the summit in their field. Since beginning as a small shop in San Francisco in 2002, HUF has turned into a strong name in the skateboarding and streetwear worlds. Donning the brands spring and classic garments, the model heads through an abandoned quarry and up to the UK’s largest drop waterfall, showing off both the clothing and landscape to full effect. Video by: Naive Studio <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/b0khwTN4XNY" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> http://www.highsnobiety.com/2015/08/06/ascensions-huf-video/ Filmed on the Sony Nex-FS700 Timelapse: Sony A6000 Lenses: Zeiss Touit 12mm f2.8 / 32mm f1.8 1920 x 1080 HD / 16:9 / 240fps / 24fps Music: Wife - Shards From the Album: Stoic EP Label: Tri▽angle Motion Titles: Yoke Creative yokecreative.co.uk Still Image: Benjamin Moore @photographmoore Love to know what people think! Kindest Regards Jonathan Edwards naivestudio.co.uk highsnobiety.com
  13. Hello everyone! I'm a french film school student (however we don't practice often it's just mainly theoretical courses and film analysis) and we had recently to create a short fiction (we were to do around 7 shots). We had the plan with my teammate to explore an old abandoned coal washing facility and decided to make something with it, so here it is! Sound is important so play it loud Now some explanation. I don't have a lot of money, and our school doesn't have any gear to loan, so we made it a 0$ budget short ahah (well the only thing we paid for was the gas mask). For the prep we had only a few days, so we thought of a story, and we only did the storyboard for the first half of the short (until he enters the factory), as we didn't know what it looked like inside, and we had to improvise on set. It was really run'n'gunning as we only had 9h on location, and some shots are quite rushed... I shot it with a sony a6000 in AVCHD, with for the most part in exterior the sony 18-105G F4, then in interior the Sony 35mm F1.8 OSS and a Leica Summicron 90mm F2 (pre-asph, which I found in my dad's old camera gear). For the lighting setup we used an outdoor LED floodlight (which is what the actor is holding inside the factory) and a 200*160 5in1 reflector to bounce some light back. I edited everything and made the soundtrack on Sony Vegas, then graded everything on DaVinci Resolve Lite. I'm kinda in a love-hate relationship with it haha, during the edit and post-prod there was some moment I just wanted to delete everything, and I was noticing every little mistake or imperfections, but considering the time limitation, budget the result is fairly ok, and initial feedback was good so I wanted to share it more with people working in this field! I'd love any advice or feedback from you!
  14. Hi, I am really confused between which camera i should buy. Normally do Landscape Photography and Videos(25%). Have gone through many reviews about camera and lenses and finalize these combination : Sony a6000 + SEL 18-200 Canon 70D + 18-135 STM All three above setups are costing me Equal! I will add a 10-18 STM later on if i go with 70D. Please advise in which setup i should invest. PS: Coming from a 1000D and a P&S which i use for HD Videos
  15. I've been going through an architectural photography phase and bought a Sony 10-18mm for the a6000. It will also work, with some cropping, on the a7. Unfortunately, I haven't had much time. I shot some test footage, which is completely ungraded and boring, but if you're interested in the field of view of the 10-18 on the a6000 then it should give you an idea. Photographically, the 10-18 on the a6000 is a monster wide-angle solution. Great sharpness, contrast and color. I did a little comparison with the GM1. The GM1 continues to amaze me with it's clean low-ISO footage. The a6000 is superb camera, but I don't think they'll ever get APS-C sensor as sharp as MFT in 1080. I think it impossible to completely fix the aliasing/moire issue with having pixels more spread out on the sensor, vs the MFT. What Sony seems to have improved is the chromatic aberrations, which is certainly the most annoying aspect of that problem. In short, not sure 1080 will get much better from APS-C camera. However, I can get a shallower DOF with the a6000 that I can't get with the GM1. It's a tradeoff. I have a Sony 35mm 2.8 which I hope to do some test footage with soon.
  16. British Sculptor - George Triggs Commissioned by the League of Nurses and The National Health Service Filmed on the Sony FS700 and the Sony A6000 1920 x 1080 HD / 16:9 / 240fps / 24fps Any feedback would be greatly received.
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