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    Here's another video shot with the same set-up (150Mbps 4:3 10-bit, V-LogL, Lomo anamorphic primes).
    One day, ultra-low budget, just the director and I:


    https://vimeo.com/253840856

    Thanks for watching!
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    Nailed it once again.

    Out of curiosity, do you lock down the sensor, especially for anamorphic mode? And what are your focal lengths?

    Thanks for sharing.


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    Those lomos are fantastic. Love how soft the image for a 4k image. I assume its just the lomos? No black mist filter or those kind of things?


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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneinapond View Post
    Nailed it once again.

    Out of curiosity, do you lock down the sensor, especially for anamorphic mode? And what are your focal lengths?

    Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks, Yeah I don't really use IBIS. The anamorphic setting they added is great, but stabilization doesn't really work when you're going for the wild, freewheeling kind of hand-held look that we were going for in these videos. I have a 35, 50, 80mm.

    Quote Originally Posted by FrancisT View Post
    Those lomos are fantastic. Love how soft the image for a 4k image. I assume its just the lomos? No black mist filter or those kind of things?
    No diffusion on these videos. But I do use Black Pro Mists pretty often.

    Here's one I shot with 1/4 BPM on the whole time. This one I was going for a really dim/grungy look:


    https://vimeo.com/240578872
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