not knocking on this LUT or anything but it's funny..after years of playing with every combination of LUT, picture profile, contrast adjustment, luminence range adjustment, master pedestal adjustments, etc etc etc etc
I finally set the GH5 to "standard" with no adjustments and BAM, there is a fantastic image. For me, i learned to sometimes trust the camera makers. They know wussup. haha.
yeah...no stabilization? the IBIS was 98% of the reason why I finally "upgraded" from the GH4. Interested choice. Especially since the logic mentioned in this article of "Panasonic assumes professionals will already be using gimbals and dollies etc" should also include "Panasonic assumes professionals will already be using proper lighting and set design etc" so therefore, improved lowlight is not needed. hah. But, I'm just a simple wedding/interview video guy, I don't do real video work, so I'm probably missing something.
This is all so true for me. I have many bags lying around that I thought were my "be all end all" bags.
However, I currently have the (of course) Peak Design Everyday bag, and again, I feel like this is the one bag to rule them all.
I respect people who still are using their old college backpack like it's no big deal. Meanwhile, I'm dropping $$$ on the fanciest bags ever and the end result is...I'm no better than them. hah.
would one be able to use an adapter and plop this on a Canon body?
Or, in my case, to a focal reducer (canon mount) made for my GH4?
I agree. I suppose there is merit, on some level, to not differentiating between heavy green screen vr. little to no green screen, but still: It seems pretty clear that the winners over Roger have been international films or heavy VFX films, which should at least raise the question "is our awards process adequate?"
It's a little overkill, but I like to keep a camera and some lenses in my bag, just in case the client wants me to film anything.