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5 underrated cinematic images from "forgotten" cameras

Andrew Reid

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17 hours ago, zerocool22 said:

It depends for what you are using it for. If you want to use it for cinematic short films, then hell yes. 
For company video's, Interviews and even travel video's I would use the A7S ii.


But some interview material (the more artistic kind) and travel video in ML RAW with Canon colors will look more (Insert adjective here to describe ARTFUL as opposed to CLINICAL REAL LIFE).

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Prompted by the blog post in the title I read most posts tagged "5d-mark-ii" and just bought the camera. The Mad Max post from September 2014 hinted at a potential guide for the Mark II as well "Keep an eye out for the updated guides soon on EOSHD" (but the link was to the Mark III raw shooter's guide).

@Andrew Reid: Is there going to be an update to the Mark III guide that would include the differences from Mark II? Or maybe a standalone Mark II guide, whatever you think makes most sense? Or would you say that Mark III guide could be used by Mark II shooters too, with virtually no significant differences?

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