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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary Knoop View Post
    Exceptional imagery!

    Only thing I personally dislike is the constant copyright logo.
    If your going to sell your footage you have got to protect it or at least make it more difficult to steal. I also sell stock footage. Before I started placing a copyright symbol on it I had footage stolen 13 times on Youtube and 2 times on Vimeo. It was very time consuming to resolve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary Knoop View Post
    There are better, less intrusive ways, to detect if your footage is used without permission.
    Cary, I'd be most appreciative if you could start a new thread on that topic and let us know what they are. I'm all ears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ED299 View Post
    Is there a link to the wildlife footage ? I seem to have missed it.
    https://vimeo.com/207652687
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Jensen View Post
    The only thing I like less than a constant copyright logo is people stealing my footage and using my shots in other productions.
    Been there, done that!!! If it happens to you it is VERY expensive to persue. Even if you win in court you still have the problem of trying to collect your award. I agree with Doug. Everything I deliver has my copyright.....EVERYTHING except legal work.


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    Nice footage Doug!


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    Realy good footage,how you got those shots with 348.0 mm lens reach is beyond me.


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    Very nice Doug... Beautiful work as always.....


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    Excelllent images and lovely craft Doug. Makes me feel even better about buying a PXW Z150~ and also for buying your excellent course.
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    Doug,

    Very nice footage, well executed. I do have a question, as I am considering this camera. Some of the footage looks like it was shot slightly overexposed and pulled back in post, or pushed to the point where the whites have crushed. Can you answer if the camera does this natively, even if shot is slog?

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    Andrew


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    No S-Log on the Z150...Doug has to pull out the F55 for that


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