Perfectly working and in good conditions!
Ready for Magic Lantern which produces some of the best images ever for 1080P imho...FULL FRAME RAW with Canon Colors as a base!
Included in price:
- Genuine Canon BG-E11 Battery Grip
- A very fast Kingston USB3 CF Reader
- 2x 64GB ML certified Compact Flash cards!
Asking price is 1500€ for EVERYTHING ! ! ! !
I can include also some LP-E6 Batteries and a charger eventually for a good price if needed!
I also have a gorgeous Wooden Camera Cage and handles and other aks to further complete the kit.
I can ship in Europe with UPS splitting the price with the buyer.
Payment with IBAN or PayPal (adding the fees), or in person pickup in Bologna, Italy totally welcomed! ?
Selling a excellent condition 5D Mark III with Canon 50mm f1.8, battery grip with hand strap, 5 batteries, AC wall adapter, 3 CF cards, and 2 chargers. The 5D has Magic Lantern preinstalled for RAW shooting and upgraded operating system. I can also remove the Magic Lantern if need be. The camera is only 2 years old, has been mainly used in a studio setting shooting only video, and taken extremely great care of. It has less than 6,000 shutter count and is in like new condition. The Canon 50mm 1.8 is the hard to find older model with the better focus ring. The lens is in excellent condition, with no scratches, fungus, or oil on aperture blades. Set comes with 3 CF cards, a 64gig, and two 32gig cards. $2000 OBO
By Nick D
i tend to get a lot of noise in my shadows, even with a very low ISO (100-800)
I am shooting on a sony a6500 with the PRO LOG cine picture profile.
Does anyone have any advice on this, is it like S-LOG where you have to expose +2 stops?
Here is an example (Rendered at maximum depth and exported with vbr 2 pass 25/30)
especially the first couple shots is noisey in the shadows the exposure shouldn't be less than -0,3 and this shows even before youtube compression.
Hope you can help
Shot this promo back in August on a 5D3.
Using a Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 and a Canon 70-200 f/2.8
It was professionally graded in Baselight Studio, the colorist was very surprised when he found out what it was shot on.
Let me know what you think or shoot a question!