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    It is a complicated beast to be sure. I now...

    It is a complicated beast to be sure. I now have what I consider to be the perfect setup - a DVX200 and a GH5S. On V-Log they match well - and the GH5S get's round the low light limitation, plus...
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    IDX aftermarket battery

    I bought an IDX high capacity battery - https://cvp.com/product/idx_sl-vbd96?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIvpKU8sDY3AIVKb7tCh0u7ADqEAQYASABEgLoI_D_BwE and to be honest I have never needed more than that and the...
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    I use Barry Greens GH4 Scene files - keep it on...

    I use Barry Greens GH4 Scene files - keep it on Scene 4 (Cine-D equivalent) and use the Leeming LUT version 3.08 - I think it's 3.08 - it's the one before the last release which is 5.xxx. This...
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    well shot and edited - really got my interest! ...

    well shot and edited - really got my interest! Also great to see the IR ability being exploited; thought I was the only one :) I remember rushing out and buying an IR illuminator on my 2nd week of...
  5. Came from video cameras to DSLR's back to the...

    Came from video cameras to DSLR's back to the DVX200 and have to say it's one of my much better decisions. I film everything from sports to educational content, and this is as close to Jack of all...
  6. Thread: Green Tint

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    Totally agree that V-Log is the way to go. ...

    Totally agree that V-Log is the way to go. Recently did a shoot in a car dealership - used Scene 4 with mixed lighting - wierd showroom flurescents, my LED's and Fresnels with gels, and some...
  7. Thread: Defect on Lens?

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    Does seem like it in retrospect :grin:

    Does seem like it in retrospect :grin:
  8. Thread: Defect on Lens?

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    Lens flare - not a defect. You're almost shooting...

    Lens flare - not a defect. You're almost shooting straight into a very bright light. If you need to shoot with this sort of light maybe move the camera further away and to one side and then use a...
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    I had the opportunity to test it yesterday when...

    I had the opportunity to test it yesterday when filming a carpenter at work. It was a mixture of medium telephoto shots (when there was lots of dust or potential damage to the lens) and quite bit...
  10. Thread: Scene Files

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    I've been waiting for a lull at work so I can...

    I've been waiting for a lull at work so I can tweak a profile specifically for low light. I find the different gamma modes seem to affect the sensitivity to light - but I could be wrong - anyone got...
  11. Hi Joe, Thanks for sharing that - it's super...

    Hi Joe,
    Thanks for sharing that - it's super useful to see how others use the DVX.
    I've also used Barry's scene files and had great results. I don't know whether it's the slightly superior sensor...
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    Are you outputting at 1080p? If so I would keep...

    Are you outputting at 1080p? If so I would keep the static on a wide shot - you can then move about within the frame when it comes to editing.
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    Thanks for that explanation Dave - I did wonder...

    Thanks for that explanation Dave - I did wonder how similar bit rates produced such different results.
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    Thank you Jason - not sure I learned a lot apart...

    Thank you Jason - not sure I learned a lot apart from a) how good the internal is, and b) never ever to use DNxHR LB!
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    Did a quick test between the codecs on the...

    Did a quick test between the codecs on the Shogun vs the internal. Seemed to me that you need to shoot HQ to really beat the internal - and things like DNxHR LB are absolutely to be avoided even...
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    It is a great match - to mount the Shogun I just...

    It is a great match - to mount the Shogun I just used a double ended tripod bolt, and then fixed a ball head thing on top of the DVX handle. not ideal for run and gun! but for studio stuff it works...
  17. Thread: Slow Mo

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    Hi Larry - you're right - it will slow down any...

    Hi Larry - you're right - it will slow down any clip, but if the project is 30p for example, and the clip IS 120fps, 25% will yield nice smooth slow motion as per Jeff's post.
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    Please forgive me if this has already been asked...

    Please forgive me if this has already been asked - I've trawled through as many threads as possible and could not see this:

    Has anyone worked on a LUT or Scene file that is optimised for night...
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    I've been using the Atomos Shogun with the DVX200...

    I've been using the Atomos Shogun with the DVX200 with no problems apart from a start/stop issue when I initially set the timecode to be the trigger. I would get random stop/starts, but setting up...
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    Thanks for the update - it's good to know.

    Thanks for the update - it's good to know.
  21. Thread: Slow Mo

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    If you're working in Premiere try right clicking...

    If you're working in Premiere try right clicking on the 120fps clip and set the speed/duration to 25%.
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