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    HMC 40 Side camera Fitness Video
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    Wanted to share a Video where the side Camera was my trusty HMC40 Still live and Kicking

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    Do you mean only the tight side camera angle of her face when she was talking was the HMC40?
    What camera was the rest of the video shot with?
    Looks good


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    Thanks, It was a Canon T4i using Magic Lantern to increase de Bit rate, to 70 Mbs, and using the Mosaic Engineer antialising filter,
    Also the Lighting were 3 Lowel Lights with Dichroic filters.


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    Thank you for the informaton Felipe.
    I really like the colors in that video.


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    Color was very close to final out of the camera, However somo Color Correction was made with Premiere CC and some in Davinci


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    Did some editing from a shooting i did last year in my HMC150,i was surprised to see how formidable these cameras still are despite what we have today.


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    That is right the HMC40 is a camera that will be in my bag for the years to come, the image quality and resolution is great.


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    Yeah the HMC40 is still a mighty little camera. It's 1080 is sharp. I just don't like it's insufficient ND and poor low light performance.
    I still use it. I used the lower res HMC 150 just a week ago for a sporting event.
    These cameras still look good and are reliable workhorses.

    That Canon color sure looks good!


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    I solved the ND Needs with a 2 and 3 stops filters from B+W, as far as lowlight Never use it with more than 12 db gain, and that means in those situations
    use lighting, in fact Lighting for me is present even with sun light, I think lighting is the hard of Videography as well as Photography.


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    Yeah lighting is key can really help and even completely make or break a shot.

    I also got B+W ND. My AC 90A has the same issue - not enough ND. While adding external ND fixes it, it is an extra hassle during events and fast run&gun. On set-up shoots not so much.
    Anyway, that's just the way it is and we work around it, right?

    Glad it's still serving you well. I wonder how many people are still using these sharp little cams?


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