Juha: “This video was shot mostly on Sony A7RII with 55mm f/1.8 and 35mm f/2.8 Sony Zeiss. A few shots were filmed on A7s with Sony Zeiss 24-70 f/4. It was entirely shot in S – Log 2 mostly at 60 fps some shots were filmed at 120 fps and scaled up. I edited it in Premiere CC and used D-Luts and Lumetri for Grading. It is really convenient using these type of compact but capable cameras for a shoot like this – it was all shot handheld. Our intention was to make a Music video which is more like a short film, as the music is a non album track and rather a sound collage. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4YkyxcV6-U”
Probably the best Black Friday Cyber Monday Zeiss deals for the EU (Zeiss Optics).
CameraLabs posted the full Sony A6500 review and the verdict is:
The built-in IS may not be quite as good as Olympus, but greatly improves composition, still shooting and movie filming with unstabilised lenses, and while the touch capabilities are under-used, you can at least tap to reposition the AF area or pull-focus while filming. While it’s the continuous autofocus and fast bursts that continue to set it apart from rivals, the upgrades have made it a much more compelling camera overall than its predecessor. Sony needs to do some work on its controls and user interface, not to mention updating some features that should be standard at this price, but they don’t hold it back from a recommended award.
Also the A99II was supposed to start shipping out today in USA via BHphoto, Adorama. Amazon. Let me know if your preorder is shipping out!
As a newbie who has owned an A6000 for two years, I am amazed to find out by chance that Sony offer dozens of apps for my camera (some free, some paid for). BUT having downloaded and run their 'downloader' tool, I am still unable to pay for, or download the apps I want....... Every […]
I've just made the switch from a 5D3 to an A7R2. I'm using a Metabones MkIV adapter so that I can use my Canon glass. I'm really struggling to understand how to achieve a true preview of the exposed image. On my 5D3 I could hold down the DoF button and view the […]
Dear Forum, Its with great pleasure I can inform you that Capture One Pro is now live at www.captureone.com Support is included for the RX100M5 and A6500 of course. Don’t get you can upgrade your existing licence, subscribe or buy a licence outright! Capture One Express 10 (for Sony) is still […]
Hi fellow members. I have noticed that when my a7sii turns off face detection as soon as it is connected to my Atomos Ninja Flame, and the atoms is set at either 4k 23.975fps or 4k @ 29.975 fps. Anyone have an idea why this is? Possibly because the s7sii only outputs at […]
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