jcs Posted August 29, 2016 Share Posted August 29, 2016 7 hours ago, Jn- said: Well, that seems a steal! great value, is it new? I've included below the methods that can be used for calculating crop factor/focal length multiplier. Although it's pertaining to the Canon 5D MK. IV maybe it can be of use to you to figure out whether the supplied values for the G7 are correct. Crop factor (CF) for 5D mk. 4. [...] Crop Factor is the ratio of diagonals for the optical image circles. Width ratio and/or area ratios are meaningless as they don't relate to the actual optical imaging circles, especially when using the correct Crop Factor for matching cameras and lenses for specific shots and DOF via Equivalence math. Right now an A7S II or A7R II (much better AF) along with a Canon 5D III could work really well. Use the 5D III to shoot raw stills of the scenes. Then in post color match the stills to the A7x II footage. I've done this by eye and it's not that hard: with the 1DX II and C300 II to the A7S II: Note that no one could tell which camera was which for sure until I gave the answers. It might also be possible to create a 3D LUT for A7x II to Canon, however shooting reference raw stills will probably work better. tweak 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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