Dicky Dahl co-wrote and produced "The Ballad of Ramblin’ Jack," a documentary portrait of cowboy folksinger and raconteur Ramblin’ Jack Elliott that won the Special Jury Prize for Artistic Achievement at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival and received wide theatrical distribution. The hybrid narrative, “The Curio,” currently showing on the film festival circuit, marks his feature directorial debut. He is the co-founder of Great Notion, a Portland, Oregon-based filmmaker cooperative, and is currently launching a wilderness webseries called 'Crazy Possible' about two romantic misfits taking on the Continental Divide Trail. http://igg.me/at/crazypossible/x/135198
thanks, Guy. Can you explain what the V-log update will bring with it?
Hey, can you explain what the V-log upgrade will bring with it? Thanks!
Thanks for the input! I've actually been leaning the way of the GH4. Or the GX8 if I can get it in time. Any thoughts on one of these over the other?? GX8 is lighter, has timelapse, has this double IS thing (though I think I heard it doesn't work while shooting 4K), has panorama, a little bit bigger sensor though lower resolution, I believe, and maybe not as good for audio?
Also any thoughts on how worthwhile the Interface Unit for the GH4 that allows for xlr inputs might be for the cost?
OK, one more thing. Now looking for nominations for best backcountry lens for the GH4. I guess the leading candidate at the moment is the Lumix 12-35 / 2.8 for its flexibility and small size. I've heard good things about the Sigma 18-35 / 1.8 but it's big and would require a speedbooster. But i would love that kind of aperture. So also looking at the Lumix Leica 15mm/1.7. And for price and super small size still like the Lumix 14mm / 2.5. But I'm open to other suggestions! Thanks again!