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  1. Steveo715


    its got 4k, 60p finally and an actual m4/3 sensor so it seems pretty great.
  2. calipers are definitely not the right tool for this, the points are thin and not designed for something like this at all two small nails are better (that's what i've used in the past) , but if you can get snap ring pliers that will make front element removal a hell of a lot easier
  3. i know for a fact they have changed their optical coatings a few times since the mk1 release, and with those different coatings comes different flare colors and i would assume vignetting .
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    P2HD vs AVCHD

    avdhd is 8 bit, p2hd is 10 bit with higher bitrate basically the hvx and hpx should give slightly better image due to less compression, but not by much
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    How To 4:3 Hd?

    theres no way they used that lens, the nikon 8mm has nowhere near the same vig as the suspiciously mk1 like vig in vx400 its most likely that they used an 8-15 and did some creative masking and layers so that when the area under the vig overlay increased in luminance, the vig did too.
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    on apsc, yeah its pretty bad, but the stuff i've seen with it cropped to 4/3 on a m4/3 camera looks close to mk1 distortion imo. with the 2.78 crop of the bmpcc, you'll avoid the edges where the distortion gets really high and it should look better this is the lensbaby on a 2.3 crop, if you hold your fingers up and crop it it looks pretty nice
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    Obviously a lensbaby 5.8mm wont be as sharp as a canon 8-15, but it'll be a hell of a lot wider than a bmmcc/speedbooster/manybrand, which would be a 1.75 crop and less wide when compared to a canon apsc with manybrand, something thats not very wide to begin with. thats honestly something that would probably be difficult to deal with for most.
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    I remember seeing a few coalatree videos on vimeo with a bmpcc and speedbooster/manybrand combo, and it looked pretty incredible. I did some crop calculations a while ago and a lensbaby 5.8mm without a booster on the bmpcc should have good distortion too. Downsides are many with the bmpcc though, but I did consider it for a while -terrible screen, no evf -terrible battery life, dead pixel issues -super high crop so you need a speed booster -no 60fps mode But the image quality is absolutely incredible so if you can deal with the issues, you can make some great stuff.
  9. i did this with an opteka .3 on an hmc150 mk2 bayo fisheyes have threads underneath the bayonet if you remove it, 72mm or 82mm iirc
  10. dont have any on this computer, sorry and with spacers, lol
  11. space out your mk2 on your hpx/hvx and crop to 4:3 ive done it, its easy as hell and looks pretty great
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    Filmer Backpacks

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/BURTON-ZOOM-CAMERA-BACKPACK-lightly-used-RETAIL-250-SNOWBOARD-BAG/332528217204?hash=item4d6c39ec74:g:3fkAAOSwdjdaNt~b This is the same model I've used for a while, It'll fit two vx's with no problem
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    Filmer Backpacks

    I highly recommend buying a used burton camera backpack off ebay. Super cheap, super roomy, durable, and most have board straps. I think i spent 30$ on mine and it was miles better than my 200eg canon
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    DSLR Long Lens

    a few options -make sure you have a constant aperture zoom lens -get a focus stick off ebay and put that on the zoom ring -don't zoom and just live with it -give up and buy an hmc/hvx/hpx whatever -shoot in 4k and you can zoom in editing without losing much resolution
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    wtb: fuji x100s

    I've got an x100t with thumb grip, filter, hood, and charger if you're interested in the upgrade