How do you shoot photos and videos in same event with mirrorless camera?

Started Dec 31, 2013 | Questions thread
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Vesku Senior Member • Posts: 2,411
How do you shoot photos and videos in same event with mirrorless camera?

Lets say there is a sunny day and you want to capture event with photos and videos. How do you work?

What modes for video and photo? How do you change modes rapidly? Which settings (A,S,iso), auto/manual. Do you use ND? 24P/30P/60P/60i?

I use A-mode for photos because I want to optimize best objective sharpness (about 5.6-8), lowest possible iso.

I use S-mode for video because I want to optimize motion handling (shutter 1/100-1/120), iso200, 50P.

I cant use M-mode for either (though I want) because photo and video uses so different settings that I have no time to change them all the time. I have gh3.

I think that that my way is the only option if I want rapidly change from photo to video and maintain some control over quality. What do you think?

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