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Shot on the GH5 in 3 days. A concept trailer done having a zero budget for our upcoming first feature film. I really like what I can squeeze out of the internal 10 bit V-Log footage. DR, lowlight an

I shot another video with the GH5 and SLR Magic 50mm 2x anamorphic prime. Calling it Chicago II. Here is one frame that is my favorite.  

I think the reason this is a popular thread on EOShd is simply because this is a nerd site for cheap cameras.  We know, or want to know, the intricacies of techniques and  equipment.   What

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1 hour ago, AaronChicago said:

I shot another video with the GH5 and SLR Magic 50mm 2x anamorphic prime. Calling it Chicago II. Here is one frame that is my favorite.

 

 

 

Aaron, enough of these. This is your second post with awesome screenshots within one week. And again no moving images. How can you do this to us?

When will you be showing us some of that kewl footage? :)

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1 hour ago, PannySVHS said:

 

Aaron, enough of these. This is your second post with awesome screenshots within one week. And again no moving images. How can you do this to us?

When will you be showing us some of that kewl footage? :)

Ha. Well that previous shot of the guy in front of a bookshelf is for a client, and might take 2-3 weeks till its up. This one above I'm going to try and edit tomorrow.

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3 hours ago, Emanuel said:

Simple but effective with very cheap glass (kit 14-42mm and 20mm f1.7 pancake lenses), go figure... Sunny face BTW ;-)

 

Ninety nine percent of these "you can make xyz camera look cinematic" threads are filled with slow motion clips. There is nothing special about making slowmo look cinematic... slowmo is almost always cinematic. The trick is in making normal speed with dialog cinematic. And that requires cinematic techniques... which is of course the point.

3 hours ago, Emanuel said:

Simple but effective with very cheap glass (kit 14-42mm and 20mm f1.7 pancake lenses), go figure... Sunny face BTW ;-)

 

Cheap and effective way is framing with whatever lens.

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2 hours ago, DBounce said:

Ninety nine percent of these "you can make xyz camera look cinematic" threads are filled with slow motion clips. There is nothing special about making slowmo look cinematic... slowmo is almost always cinematic. The trick is in making normal speed with dialog cinematic. And that requires cinematic techniques... which is of course the point.

Cheap and effective way is framing with whatever lens.

Correct. That's exactly my point. Good camera slowmo performance should also follow up... ; ) As well, 'sunny faces' to begin with. But on topic you are fish in the water... So ; )) That said, this camera is perhaps the most balanced capture device ever :-)

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On 20.8.2017 at 1:38 PM, Emanuel said:

Simple but effective with very cheap glass (kit 14-42mm and 20mm f1.7 pancake lenses), go figure... Sunny face BTW ;-)

 

 

 

most convincing colors and color job on the GH5 so far. Great angles, rhythm, framing, despite slomo! :) Not your usual slomo stuff. Exellent mood piece.

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