Mark Romero Posted September 3, 2017 Share Posted September 3, 2017 After discovering that gravity, concrete and a faulty ladder are bad for an a6300 (not to mention for an ankle) I am in need of a new camera. So of course I am looking at the GH5 because... well... it's a GH5. Or getting an a6500 For those with a GH5, how high of an ISO will you go before you really start NEEDING noise reduction software / plugins? How high will you go if you DO use plugins / NR software? And is the GH5 a good camera if you want to do MINIMAL post processing? I know that the ability to record in 10-bit is great for grading. But what if you want to avoid grading (but need to do color correction because no one nails white balance in camera... especially if you will be dealing with a lot of mixed lighting like tungsten, daylight, and fluorescent all in the same shot) I would be using it fro real estate videos and I need something quick, easy to use, good dynamic range, good stabilization (will be on my Zhiyun crane), and decent enough HIGH ISO performance. The thing is, I will only be getting about $300 for a finished two-minute video. So I can't spend hours grading it / color correcting / stabilizing etc. I need something that is going to require minimal massaging. Thanks in advance. jonpais and PannySVHS 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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