Watched Searching at Sundance. Really excellent film. Keeps you engaged the entire time. The unique screen perspective added to the story instead of detracting from it. Too often something like that seems gimmicky. They pulled it off with style. Highly recommend.
Makes sense. That would be an interesting problem, see if you could truly "lock down" a stabilized sensor, develop that tech. And heat was something I hadn't considered..
Ian - too bad. Can't have everything though i guess.
I'm not complaining, I'm a blackmagic fanboy, just works for my style, and they don't put half that tech. I have huge respect for Panasonic and what they do.
Shame about dropping internal stabilization.. also hope auto-focus is improved. Any word on that?
Insane lowlight though. Especially for m43. Every time something like this comes out I find myself thinking "What will be in the GH_(insert next number here)/A7_?"
No wonder you didn't like it. I wouldn't have liked it either if I spent the whole movie thinking Heath was the Batman. Then Bale must've been the Joker and then the costumes make no sense. That must've been super confusing who was the hero and suddenly the whole plot is garbage. You finally get to the end and the Joker says "I'm a dark knight" and you're like no man you're not batman
Seems like they could design the rotors with cages around the blades and people would be a lot more comfortable with them...
Side note: I accidentally submerged a DJI Phantom in 3 feet of oil covered water. Note to users, flying over twisted re-bar jacks up the compass/gps guidance system. It will slowly lower itself to a landing. Or submergance. Whichever is underneath. Thank goodness we put the GoPro in it's housing, we weren't going to then changed our minds. No usable footage though...
Whoops, I see this now. Cussin good site Ryan. Could we have the Boards divided into topics? Like Gear, Screenwriting, DIY and so forth?