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Hi, Recently completed a new film 'A Hackney Notebook'. A big thanks to the guys at ML for creating a brilliant raw option with the Canon :-) http://www.benjamindcooper.co.uk/ahackneynotebook.html Thanks In the east end of London thereâ€™s a secret village, a place that defies convention and opens the mind. Where youâ€™ll find pirates chopping wood alongside the canals, and Jazz players leading funeral processions through the streets. Where youâ€™ll find voodoo grooms marrying queen of heart brides and pop up vintage stores selling yesterdays clothes. Where old meets new and new meets old, where white meets black and black meets white. In this village boundaries are pushed and comforts zones expanded. Somewhere in between the artists studios, cruzing grounds and 3 am rowing junkies, in between the dodgy deals, summer BBQâ€™S and late night lock-ins, youâ€™ll discover something about yourself that you would never discover living anywhere else. Underneath the police helicopters, in the isles of the organic shops and in the latest pubs, trendiest bars, and cutting edge clubs, youâ€™ll meet new faces and make new friends. Youâ€™ll find your other family. Hackney. Technical Specs Camera: Canon 5D3 (Magic Lantern Raw) - 1000x Komputerbay - 16GB . Lenses: Ashai Takumar 50mm 1.4, Nikon 50mm 1.8, MC Jupiter-9 80mm 2, MIR-1 37mm 2.8, Sound: Zoom H4N
Hey everyone, I got my GH4 the first week of May here in the UK and so far I've been blown away by the image. I came from a 5D MKIII and I can't say that I feel like I'm missing much at the moment. Although I did shoot ML RAW on the 5D, I can't say I miss the workflow and the occasional camera crash... its so good to be shooting 4K without worrying that its going to crap out during a take. I think I will add a Speedbooster and Sigma 18-35mm next! Anyway, here is my first few days out with the GH4 around some famous London landmarks. Hope you are enjoying your GH4's!