...and small time rental house in Copenhagen.
Haha... love how that New Hope trailer ends with them showing the end of the movie :D
It doesn't come with declicked iris and the EF version is electronic only in 1/3 steps.
The Nikon version has a manual iris, (can't remember if its 1/2s?), and of course rotates the opposite way.
Well... even the Arts haven't got Canon quality AF, and their image quality across the frame is slightly less than Zeiss.
The Sigma will stand or fall based on the ability to control distortion, which from the examples shown by Zeiss is pretty much non-existant in the 28mm Otus.
However, yes, the price tag is a bit steep, and you absolutely need high resolution to really benefit from the Otus.
On the 5D3 the only thing my 55mm has got going for it is clean sharpness from edge to edge.
Edit: look at that filter thread size... off to buy new filters again x(
Hehe... Just occured to me that lightning always seems to strike just outside the house in movies... Otherwise the timing of the flash and thunder would be different :)
Hmm... I dunno what it is, but I feel like I exepected more from this camera.
The highlights and saturated colors looked dead awful in that slow mo vid. I mean... really awful.
And what was up with those jitters in the slide shot? Hopefully that is either an idiot pulling the sled or a function you can disable.
It looks nice in 4k, but even on a 4k monitor it's not like I'm going "wauw that's amazing!"
Is it only 4:2:2 in hdmi out? Or will it do it internally as well.... really can't see why we can't get rid of that 4:2:0 bs we've been stuck with for years in dslr's.
Sorry, didn't know freeze frames were in again ;)