By Santi Deva
For all the slow motion parts I used the RX100 mk4. For the 25fps parts I used a Canon 5D mk2 with prime lenses.
By Brett Stark
I am v. basic photographer but want to learn...mostly travel/family etc...Would love to get a bit more serious and learn about video etc.
So...I currently have a Pana LX5 which I find generally nice.
I was going to upgrade to the RX100 II to get really great shots in a compact form for again, travel/family etc.
My first question is on a slightly different tangent...I am looking at non fixed lens cameras..And came down to NEX 6 vs Pana G6. Both seem to get pretty good universal reviews.
I guess on this forum most people would recommend the G6 for better video?
If am pretty keen on small form..Would the NEx6 be OK/nearly as good but with the better/smaller form?
And if the answer is the NEX6 would likely be pretty good for me. I wonder if I shouldn't get the RX100 II and just step straight to the NEX6.
NEX 6 with a lens vs RX100 II is almost the same price on Amazon in the US.
Any advice/thoughts appreciated.
Hey guys! At the moment I shoot weddings with a 6D and 5D2. Both of these are manned cameras, and I usually leave the NEX5N on sticks as safe shot. However, given the 1080p50 mode that the Canons lack, I would like to start incorporating it more into my workflow, especially for steadicam shots.
Up till now, I've been shooting in Portrait (creative style) at -3,0,-3. I just wanted to check if anyone of you is using it with Canon DSLRs and what settings work best to get the look as close as possible? I'm shooting in Neutral Flat on the Canons.
New versions of these cameras are expected to be announced tomorrow (27june).
I'm for one is really exited to see what innovation Sony have managed to cram into the new RX100 - I dream of no moire, 1,8 constant aperture and a better codec. Hopefully Sony have decided to rise to the challenge of the BMPCC.
I know everyone's flipping out about RAW right now, but I thought I would submit my latest real-world work: MTV True Life, I'm Starting a Business with Friends. I shot this whole episode on Sony Rx100's. I wrote a detailed blog post about my shooting and editing techniques. Will post a link to video as soon as MTV releases it. Until then, enjoy the blog!