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19 hours ago, PannySVHS said:

Alert!

A lot of the footage looks suspicious. Of the very few videos on vimeo, you can see some obvious fakes. In one of them the stabilized footage has a wider FOV than the shaky footage. Not nice. So, alert!

Thanks a lot. I nearly bought it. That would probably have been a waste in my case. I will rely on my tripod :)

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3 hours ago, Rudolf said:

Thanks a lot. I nearly bought it. That would probably have been a waste in my case. I will rely on my tripod :)

Learn to do your home lesson instead, dude... : ) Here are more LEGIT tests. FUD is over, for once, I hope.

 

(vimeo embedding is not available there:)

https://vimeo.com/227812784
 

 

What about to research a little bit before to take assumptions based on what pops up written on internet? ;-)

Let's take a look on those vimeo users:

https://vimeo.com/perfectloveweddings

https://vimeo.com/littlepotatofilms

Do they look like suspicious??! LOL :-)

1 hour ago, IronFilm said:

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Hopefully if they get popular enough we'll see plugins. 

Right. FUD is a bitch and never welcome. Sorry to feel the need to write it.

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Ok, understood: You are never too old to do your home lessons... Thanks! On the other hand we are not talking about big money here... BTW I have learnt something new: Never heard FUD... And big thanks for your research. Those test footage looks really artificial and blurry. I still love old school ergonomics over software. I am an old man :blush:11986411_148291105514408_1512222921476092809_n.jpg.7b15e76ece2c8f105340d21e14d1c69c.jpg

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Tie a 20lb weight to your arm. Done. Increased mass will mean it takes more force to alter the momentum of the camera #physics. Your footage will look silky smooth. Obviously use a tripod for stationary shots. How did we survive before the gh5? 

Also (though I prefer Panasonic over Canon) this is a good attitude to have: 

 

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