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    Using EX1R like a dslr :)
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    These were shot with a sony ex1r. All of them are screengrabs. Settings: preset WB 5600k, Cine1 gamma, every other setting is either off or at 0. Some grading in post. I used a cheap magnification filter (+10) for some of the macro shots (flowers and ants are examples).







    Last edited by ex1r777; 08-11-2017 at 02:16 AM. Reason: adding photos


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    Nice stuff!! S35 be damned!


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    those look very nice. you have the settings for those pps? do you find the profiles work in all situations (various lighting etc. ) or only some?


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    those look very nice. you have the settings for those pps? do you find the profiles work in all situations (various lighting etc. ) or only some?
    Those were shot with BBC's film/video profiles. I was using BBC's film profile most of the time for every condition, but nowadays i use this pp instead: preset WB 5600k, Cine1 gamma, every other setting is either off or at 0


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    Thanks. Surely you cant always shoot with that wb unless youre in control of the lighting all the time?


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    Lovely stuff. I'm getting back into my ex1 - so love Nd xlr etc.

    Certainly a fan of cine1 which I use on both my ex1 and f3


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    Thanks. Surely you cant always shoot with that wb unless youre in control of the lighting all the time?
    It's basically a fix number for that preset switch on the side of the camera you know. I often shoot in 5600k so i set it like that. I do manual white balance depending on the conditions from time to time too of course


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    I get you. Makes sense if you shoot outdoors or with daylight balanced kinos/LEDs when inside.


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