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    Mission San Diego de Alcalá One lens shoot
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    I went back to get more footage for my Lumix 12-35 lens test. This cut is for me with extra footage from inside the mission. I also added a few extra shots from the gardens.


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    AWESOME! Great shots and putting the 12-35 to work. Any more input on your end about the lens?


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    Exquisite. Thks for sharing.


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    VERY GOOD man!!! Awesome...
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    Real nice footage, Eric. Some beautiful shots!
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    I miss San Diego. So many amazing backdrops.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dustylense View Post
    AWESOME! Great shots and putting the 12-35 to work. Any more input on your end about the lens?
    Used push to focus in the interiors and it worked very well in low light.


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    Thanks guys! It was fun to shoot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Naso View Post
    Used push to focus in the interiors and it worked very well in low light.
    +1. It's a nice lens. Glad you are making it shine! Had this lens been available a year ago, the af100 would have done so much better. It's done great thus far, but this lens gives new life to the Af100. Erik, would you say that you are thinking of this lens as a go to optic, even though you have some quality glass?


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    Beautiful shots! Do you work nativley in the cs6 timeline or do you convert the footage before editing?

    Thanks!


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