I'm noticing that the camera bag aggravates the arthritis in my right shoulder.
Money is a problem? Not worried about autofocus?
£60 M42 focal reducer
£50 Mir 1B 37mm f/2.8
£30 Helios 44 58mm f/2.0
On a focal reducer, the viewing angle is the same as full frame.
What about going for a focal reducer? Gains an extra stop of aperture. I have one now for the Canon EOS-M. Makes my Mir 1B at 37mm and Helios-44 at 58mm easier to move around with indoors. All my Russian set are M42 except for the Jupiter 9 which is Kiev 10 so that lens is getting left out in the cold somewhat.
Thanks for the video. The advice on three point stabilisation is useful. I have a problem with handheld in that 30 years ago, in the foolishness of my youth, I snapped my leg and that slight imbalance plays havoc. I can see how handheld may have more relevance in a setting where you do not have full control over the environment but where you can fully control what is happening, a more sophisticated set up may be better. I can see in Matthia's work with weddings how useful handheld is as they won't be willing to stop what they are doing to wait for him.
It seems that the stabilisation in DaVinci Resolve is one of the million things that I haven't found yet.
It is rather. We must assume that he is after look regarding colours after. He seems to have wanted to keep things as simple as possible and you may have well blown his mind. There is a Hateful 8 LUT. https://triunestore.com/products/triune-color-western-luts and several Dunkirk inspired LUTs.
Can I pick your brains? In the Hateful 8 LUT promo video, the guy tweaks the image before applying the LUT. Does that screw up what the LUT is expecting as an input?
The Sedona LUT does look quite nice. What input does it take?