Screen grabs from 4K video shot with the GH5 and the brilliant Veydra 85mm T2.2 Mini Prime (ETC mode enabled). In-camera sharpening dialed all the way down, no sharpening added in post.
Note: Apparently, FCPX update 10.4.6 was supposed to finally address the stability issue that has plagued Final Cut for so long, whereby sharing to YouTube from within the app would inevitably fail; nevertheless, as of this writing, I still suggest making a master file. Update: Occasionally, my master files weren’t recognized as HLG HDR videos by YouTube… Read More
Comparing the results of white balancing with the X-Rite Colorchecker and a random piece of paper, you’ll notice immediately that the clip white balanced with the random piece of paper is contaminated with a distinct yellowish cast – in the shadows, in the highlights, in the cigarette lighter, in the cologne and everywhere else for… Read More
@Clayton1985 2013 – Sony doesn’t have any lenses. 2016 – Sony doesn’t have great lenses. 2017 – Sony doesn’t have good quality control. 2019 – Sony is forcing me to change the definition of a great lens. 2020 – Lenses and quality control are overrated, it’s really all about ergonomics and color science. @RubberDials It’s… Read More
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Having second thoughts about the Sony 135mm f/1.8 GM…
A couple months ago, I wondered aloud whether Sony would respond to Nikon’s announcement that their Z cameras would be able to record RAW video with the Atomos Ninja V (ETA sometime in the fall, if I’m not mistaken). And now, with breathless reviews pouring in of Blackmagic’s implementation of BRAW in their $1,300 P4K… Read More