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I like it. Good job!

Actually, with your fondness for the forgotten cameras of yesterday, I think you may really like the E-M5 Mark II. It has the best IBIS I’ve ever used and a nice organic look and color.

How did you like the files? If I remember correctly, this footage was recorded externally to a BMVA, so the ProRes files may be a little juicier than the in camera All-I files.

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10 hours ago, mercer said:

I like it. Good job!

Actually, with your fondness for the forgotten cameras of yesterday, I think you may really like the E-M5 Mark II. It has the best IBIS I’ve ever used and a nice organic look and color.

How did you like the files? If I remember correctly, this footage was recorded externally to a BMVA, so the ProRes files may be a little juicier than the in camera All-I files.

Thanks, @mercer.

I always feel like people are way too concerned with tech/spec and the next "game ganger" camera. So I guess in some way I'm trying to say the older cameras can still produce quality images without the need to constantly upgrade. In my mind, the camera is just a tool. It's more a case of honing ones craft.

I'd probably like the E-M5 purely for the IBIS but would never get one. I'm happy with my original pocket camera and gh2. However, the only other camera that would be in my radar if I decided to upgrade further down the line would be the P4K.

I believe the externals were recorded in Prores 422 HQ which is overkill for my liking (the file above was around 460mbs). Might as well shoot RAW 😂

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