While we are at Tokina, the Tokina 12-24mm does not work either, there is not enough diameter in the adapter for the full aperture of the lens to enter.
It is too bad, it would be easy to make one by just having a larger glass in the adapter as regular EF to M4T adapters work just fine.
If low light is your problem the best investment is to get more lights!
Looks like it was filmed with anamorphic lenses. But perhaps the transfer for the trailer was done incorrectly.
Nice, keep it going!
Good use of sound!
Feel free to share objective reports about this W10 performance. :)
An OS hardly contributes to the performance of both rendering videos and the general operation of an NLE.
The idea that some new version of some OS suddenly makes applications faster is based on 100% hype.
What does increase performance is faster CPUs, more cores, faster channels to GPU(s) and memory, more memory and faster hard drives.
I would have to disagree with the notion that a 12mm lens is "a very nice moving/follow shot type of lens". A 12mm lens does NOT become a 24mm lens on a 2x cropped sensor, the characteristics like distortion and depth of field remain the same. Unless you use a focal reducer like the speed booster a 12mm lens remains a 12mm lens.