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    HMC150 and AF100 Still a Viable Combo!
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    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kLd2Hc0PT2s

    Exploring California - Episode 1: Fillmore & Western Railway


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    Looking good.
    Canon 5D 3 , Black Magic 4k
    BlackMagic hyperdeck 2 .
    LUMIX 14-140mm.
    TOKINA 11-16mm 28DXii
    Canon 16-35 mm f2.8 L ii
    Canon 35mm f2 is
    Canon. 50mm f1.4
    Canon. 100 mm f 2.8
    Canon 70- 200 mm f 2.8 L
    Canon. 70-300 mm f4 is
    Contax zeiss 80mm 2.8


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    Thanks G Gariques!
    For us this combo of AF100 and HMC150 is a nice and versatile 1-2 punch. When the project calls for both run 'n gun and more time forgiving stationary set-ups. Swapping lenses, even if it takes less than a minute, is less than ideal when the shooting situation calls for quick mobility. The venerable HMC150 has never let me down. The AF100 with Lumix Leica Summilux 15mm & 25mm, Leica Nocticron 42.5mm, Lumix G X 45-175mm, covers it all. These two cameras cut very well together. We'll be releasing more episodes of "Exploring California" soon.


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    Nice job!


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    Much appreciated Firehawk! Thanks.


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    Here's one of our latest HMC150 - AF100 projects, working together pretty well...



    Teamintangibles.com


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    Looks good. The 2 cameras work well together and the video was interesting too


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    After filming I noticed that the front end of my shotgun mic dead cat had been singed pretty good from the heat of the furnance used to make/melt the glass. I had no idea it was that hot... I wasn't even that close to the furnance... Or so I mistakenly thought. Lesson learned. Fortunately the mic itself, nor camera was damaged. Shewww!


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    Haha! Yeah I know what you mean. I've had cameras and gear closer to danger than I realized before too


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    I still have some HMC150 cameras, but my large sensor Sony cams have taken their place for staged corporate work - sharper 1080, shallow DOF, and 1080 60P-240P.
    I still use the HMC150s for events, weddings and other things. I still like them. Just don't like the lousy LCD screen.
    Hopefully HD will be useful for some years to come.
    Last edited by firehawk; 02-20-2016 at 06:07 PM.


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