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  1. Fruitboot


    Been shooting an architecture photo a day since January.
  2. Made a post in the dslr buyers advice thread but I though it would be worth it to make a post here. Currently have a gh2 running flow motion, sort of wanting a new cam that gives me more stabilized zoom options and 1080/60p. Currently looking at 3 options. A7: full frame capable, Ef to e mount smart adapter is cheap, about 850 used, but video quality is shit from what I've been seeing. A7s: same as a7 but with much better video, but it's close to double the price of the a7 used and I'm not sure I can afford something that pricey. Gh3: better dynamic range than gh2, no shitty avchd, great video, and I can use my 7.5mm while I wait for a meta bones booster, which would give me 1.42 crop factor and image stabilization support. Only concern is that a 17-50 vc tamron might vignette but I film along with someone who uses an hmc so I could always just crop a bit because it's getting down scaled to 720 anyways. Thoughts? Really sorry if this is the wrong place to make this post, I'm new here so please go easy. Thanks , Steve
  3. Fruitboot

    Rectangles Are Weird

    Been pretty busy travelling around for the past few months. Trying to get the hang of the rectangular format again (I centred the horizon on 3 of the damn shots). Shot on a Sony A7 and Canon 28mm 2.8 FD lens. First and last shot used a circular polariser. Two sleeping humpbacks off the coast of Massachusetts. Somewhere in Central Oregon. High desert in North Central California.