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    Quote Originally Posted by scorsesefan View Post
    I'm not sure why you would shy away from Fuji X-T3 because of lack of IS. Why not just pick up some OIS lenses?
    Idon t really wanto to stay away.right now is still my main choice. I am trying to evaluate all possible option,may be in one single tool or using 2 to cover sll the needs
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBro View Post
    Unfortunately, this is one of Fuji's weaknesses...no fast primes with OIS. 80mm f/2.8 is as best as you'll get.

    A few slower zoom choices are available though, and of course any adapted lenses if you're okay giving up the best AF capabilities. (No adapter will ever work as well as a native lens.)
    I forgot to mention with the exception of primes. I haven' t used primes in a few years, so it's not an issue for me...


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    Seems you mostly work on no budget or very low budget shoots, and keeping your costs down are very important, so why not get a Panasonic G85 (a BIG LEAP FORWARD over your old GH3) and then either keep your GH3 or grab a Panasonic FZ1000 as your B Cam on the cheap? All in all, this can fit inside even in a very small budget, leaving money left over for more lenses/LEDs/monopod/audio/etc
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    I agree with iron on this one. GH series is a beast of a series. The best camera for filmmaking on a budget is debatable... I still run with the GH4 at times - it gets the job done.

    If you need to go bigger you can always rent!


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