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49 minutes ago, jonpais said:

Not a big deal, but I was wondering whether Filippo Chiesa used a smoke machine in Ettore's Stargate. It turns out to have been real haze. 

 

when he says real haze, he means from a haze machine (more expensive than smoke machine), or some of that photography haze spray. I'd guess the former... 

cheap way to attempt that look is Tiffen's Smoque filter.

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10 minutes ago, TwoScoops said:

 

when he says real haze, he means from a haze machine (more expensive than smoke machine), or some of that photography haze spray. I'd guess the former... 

cheap way to attempt that look is Tiffen's Smoque filter.

my bad.

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On 4/3/2018 at 3:35 AM, jonpais said:

We need more information.

I know How to use lights, besides the point that using the same setup on cinema camera’s did not create this effect of stripes, noise and unsharpness.

 

filmed on gh5s, with native iso on 400, 2.0 and 50 - filming 400mps all-I 4K cinema. 

 

I filmed on gh3/4 and none of these horizontal stripes were ever there. 

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, jonpais said:

@Ravion Your camera is new. I would recommend taking it to a service center.

But How come I am the only one with this unusable imagery?

 

any clues on how this happens? It is mostly in the dark parts, the unscharp parts of the shot and during dawn.

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3 minutes ago, Ravion said:

But How come I am the only one with this unusable imagery?

 

any clues on how this happens? It is mostly in the dark parts, the unscharp parts of the shot and during dawn.

Sorry, I’m not a technician. The service technicians can answer that for you.

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