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    Quote Originally Posted by filmguy123 View Post
    Some of their friends called them negative, some discussed their generations entitlement, but they knew they were neither. They just knew they loved each other very much.
    ...So then they moved to Utah where the two of them and their new friend Hi-ISO lived together happily ever after. The end. :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman2003 View Post
    or maybe sooner for the DVX300 with the same light gathering ability and IBIS
    While it would be nice, I don't think IBIS in the DVX300 is a lock. We shall have to see.


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    The DVX200 has 5 axis stabilization. I guess this is not true IBIS so maybe you are correct. I do not know the tech hurdle to put IBIS in a camcorder compared to a hybrid camera.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Emanuel View Post
    I have shot video for over twenty years without IBIS and never had video look that shaky at 12mm. This dude needs to pump some iron I'm thinking or lay off the coffee.


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    So we know that walking with the GH5s is not an option! I would like to see how "normal" handheld footage compares between having an IS lens on the GH5s, IBIS only on the GH5 and Dual IS on the GH5.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman2003 View Post
    So we know that walking with the GH5s is not an option!


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    A gimbal probably helps a bit...


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    Well the same universal laws will still apply to the GH5s shooting hand held, if you don't want to shoot on a gimbal....use wider lenses and make the camera heavy...when on longer lenses a light tripod or monopod would do the trick, but with some weight on a shoulder mount the GH5s would just become any other cinema camera...it's the weight that takes the jitters out of the footage, and of course wider lenses too.


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    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/con...m=Y&sku=680973
    Run 'n' Gunner's best friend. All kinds of stabilization options without slowing - or weighing - you down.


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